Herbert Amann's work is distinguished and marked by great lucidity and deep mathematical understanding. The present collection of 31 research papers, written by highly distinguished and accomplished mathematicians, reflect his interest and lasting influence in various fields of analysis such as degree and fixed point theory, nonlinear elliptic boundary value problems, abstract evolutions equations, quasi-linear parabolic systems, fluid dynamics, Fourier analysis, and the theory of function spaces. Contributors are A. Ambrosetti, S. Angenent, W. Arendt, M. Badiale, T. Bartsch, Ph. B‚nilan, Ph. Cl‚ment, E. Fa”angov , M. Fila, D. de Figueiredo, G. Gripenberg, G. Da Prato, E.N. Dancer, D. Daners, E. DiBenedetto, D.J. Diller, J. Escher, G.P. Galdi, Y. Giga, T. Hagen, D.D. Hai, M. Hieber, H. Hofer, C. Imbusch, K. Ito, P. Krejc¡, S.-O. Londen, A. Lunardi, T. Miyakawa, P. Quittner, J. Pr�ss, V.V. Pukhnachov, P.J. Rabier, P.H. Rabinowitz, M. Renardy, B. Scarpellini, B.J. Schmitt, K. Schmitt, G. Simonett, H. Sohr, V.A. Solonnikov, J. Sprekels, M. Struwe, H. Triebel, W. von Wahl, M. Wiegner, K. Wysocki, E. Zehnder and S. Zheng.