Hans-Jürgen Appelrath

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Hans-Jürgen Appelrath [1]

Hans-Jürgen Appelrath, (February 07, 1952 – August 05, 2016)
was a German mathematician, computer scientist and professor of applied computer science at University of Oldenburg, and before assistant professor at ETH Zurich. He holds a Ph.D. on expert systems and inference mechanisms of relational databases in 1983 from University of Dortmund. Involved in applied CS for the German Energy transition [2], Appelrath was on the Advisory board of various research institutes, notably OFFIS, and member of the Supervisory board of several companies [3] [4].

Computer Chess

During the mid 70s at University of Dortmund, Hans-Jürgen Appelrath was member of a project team around Hagen Huwig [5] , developing the chess program Proscha, which played the First GI Computer Chess Tournament [6] [7].

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