# Huib-Jan Imbens

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**Huib-Jan Imbens**,

a Dutch physicist, mathematician and computer scientist, software consultant and owner of *Syncode*
^{[1]}, a company producing multimedia applications and games for various operating systems
^{[2]}.
He holds a master's degree in physics in 1984 and a Ph.D. in mathematics in 1989, both from Utrecht University.

# Chess Programming

Huib-Jan Imbens developed the initial MS-DOS version of **Swiss Master** software to make pairings for chess tournaments ^{[3]},
and worked with Eric van Riet Paap on the chess program Genesis 2 and its parallel incarnation under the name Petunia running on a 486 PC controlling three Intel i860 processors,
both programs participating at the DOCCC 1993 ^{[4]}.
He is further author of various chess programs for mobile devices, such as Mobile PPC for the Pocket PC ^{[5]}.

# Selected Publications

- Huib-Jan Imbens (
**1989**).*Finite Dimensional Solutions of Hierarchies of Soliton Equations*. Ph.D. thesis, Utrecht University, advisor Michiel Hazewinkel^{[6]} - Huib-Jan Imbens (
**1991**).*Review of Johan G. F. Belinfante, Bernard Kolman, A Survey of Lie Groups and Lie Algebras with Applications and Computational Methods*. Mathematics of Computation, Vol. 56, No. 194^{[7]}^{[8]}

# External Links

# References

- ↑ Huib-Jan Imbens | LinkedIn
- ↑ Syncode
- ↑ Swiss Master Credits
- ↑ Peter van Diepen (
**1993**).*Report on the 13th Dutch Computer-Chess Championship*. ICCA Journal, Vol. 16, No. 4 - ↑ Les Echecs Electroniques | Programmes Windows
- ↑ Soliton from Wikipedia
- ↑ Lie group from Wikipedia
- ↑ Lie algebra from Wikipedia