Selection out of 51 studies composed by

Berner Beat Neuenschwander (Switzerland, 1958).

Some little information on chesscomposers.blogspot.

Berner Beat Neuenschwander, born in 1958, studied mathematical statistics and insurance theory in Berne and graduated with a doctor's degree. In 1992 he was a postdoctoral student after Indiana, which meant chess abruptly went to the background. He lives today in Berne and has been working for many years as a scientific statistician for Novartis in Basel.
Beat Neuenschwander was already successful chess player at a young age. In 1977 he became Swiss Junior Champion in Ovronnaz and in 1979 he won with the team
The chess club Zytglogge the SMM. Internationally, he brought it to the title of a FIDE master.
John Roycroft's legendary book "Test Tube Chess" awoke in him, the joy of endgame studies. As a composer he created between 1978 and 1992 more than 50 studies - many of them for the "Swiss Chess Magazine", the editor of which he was from 1980 to 1992. At the problem contest Switzerland - Bayern in 1985 he won the first prize in
The heading "Endspielstudien". Beat Neuenschwander also belonged in 1984 to the founders of «idee & form», the
ChessArt magazine, which publishes four issues a year.

Source: SSZ 2016.

(All his studies, more exact dates, possible corrections or cooks and exact details about sources can be found in the

Harold van der Heijden database V (31-12-2015) ).