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Technical University of Madrid, (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, UPM)
in Madrid, Spain, was founded in 1971 as the result of merging different Technical Schools of Engineering and Architecture, originating mainly in the 18th century [1]. The UPM is associated with computer chess as host of the Seventh World Computer Chess Championship in 1992 [2], and the Torres Quevedo Museum of Engineering [3], Institute of Civil Engineering, where the still functional El Ajedrecista can be visited [4]. During the WCCC 1992 an exhibit in the tournament hall [5].
UPM Flag [6]


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  1. ^ Technical University of Madrid from Wikipedia
  2. ^ Madrid 1992 (ICGA Tournaments)
  3. ^ Universidad Politécnica de Madrid - Museo "Torres Quevedo"
  4. ^ Torres-Quevedo Museum of Engineering - Early Developments in Remote-Control, 1901 - The Telekine (pdf, Spanish/English) Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros de Caminos, Canales y Puertos (Institute of Civil Engineering) - Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
  5. ^ Jaap van den Herik, Bob Herschberg (1992). The 7th World Computer-Chess Championship. Report on the Tournament. ICCA Journal, Vol. 15, No. 4
  6. ^ Flag's detail of the Technical University of Madrid (UPM), Spain, Photo by Santiago Urueña Pascual, May 10, 2006, Technical University of Madrid from Wikipedia, Wikimedia Commons

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