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Jean-François Romang,
a French computer scientist and chess programmer. Along with Raphael Grundrich and Thomas Adolph, Jean-Francois Romang is co-author of the Chess Engine Communication Protocol and UCI compatible chess engine Cassandre, which started as a student project at Louis Pasteur University, Strasbourg [1]. Along with David Rabel, Jean-Francois is co-author the UCI compliant chess engine Gaïa, and wrote the Android UCI compliant GUI ChessPad [2] [3]. His recent project PicoChess is a dedicated chess computer based on Stockfish and DGT Board [4], in the meantime supported by Shivkumar Shivaji and Jürgen Précour.
Jean-Francois Romang [5]

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  1. ^ Cassandre - Chess Engine
  2. ^ Source | Source/SVN | Assembla - ChessPad
  3. ^ New opensource GUI on android for UCI engines by Jean-Francois Romang, CCC, May 19, 2011
  4. ^ PicoChess by Jean-Francois Romang
  5. ^ FCCC 2003, image snipped from a photo by Sylvain Renard, hosted by Stéphane Nguyen, Massy, France - 4 & 5 Oct 2003 - 10ème Championnat Français de Programmes d'Echecs

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