Marty Hirsch is a former NASA engineer who has been developing chess software for more than twenty years.
Mr. Hirsch has won many awards including the World Micro-Computer Chess Championship for his chess-playing software. He also has an award from NASA for contributing to the success of Voyager.
As Chief Technical Officer for the World Chess Network, Mr. Hirsch designed and developed one of the world's most user-friendly Internet chess locations. Recently, he installed, configured and customized a new Content Management System for the United States Chess Federation.
Mr. Hirsch has published in Mathematics Magazine and Advances in Computer Games 9.
Mr. Hirsch has designed and developed software products for the aerospace, aviation, security, entertainment and education industries.