Auckland University's Department of Computer Science is holding a series of public lectures to commemorate Alan Turing's centenary as part of the Alan Turing Year.
Alan Matheson Turing who was born in 1912 is now widely accepted as one of the most important founders of both theoretical and practical computing.Turing's work was the basis for many areas of computing research and development that are still on-going. The Gibbons lectures for 2012 will involve local speakers discussing four topics in the rough order of Turing's involvement during his lifetime.
If you are in Auckland, New Zealand you are welcome to attend. The lectures are free, and are preceded by complimentary refreshments. Click here for further details, venue and times.
from The Universal Machine http://universal-machine.blogspot.com/
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