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SUMMARY:Turing in Context (TiC@King's), Cambridge,
U.K.
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LOCATION:Cambridge, U.K.
DESCRIPTION:In the year 2012, the academic world w
ill celebrate Alan Turing's (1912-1954) birth cent
enary as the Alan Turing Year. The event "Turing i
n Context" will highlight the many contributions o
f Alan Turing for a general academic audience, in
particular for undergraduate and postgraduate stud
ents of all fields, and put these contributions in
a historical context. Our seven speakers will cov
er topics such as British war intelligence, discri
mination laws, pattern formation in biological sys
tems, artificial intelligence, as well as logic an
d foundations of computing. Since there is only
limited seating capacity in Keynes Hall, we ask fo
r advance registration by sending an e-mail to Jen
ny Mackay at programmes at newton.ac.uk with the s
ubject line "Registration for Turing in Context, 1
8-19 Feb 2012". Acceptance is on a first-come firs
t-served basis. For more information, see http://w
ww.math.uni-hamburg.de/home/loewe/TiC@Kings/
X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\n In the yea
r 2012, the academic world will celebrate Alan\n
Turing's (1912-1954) birth centenary as the Al
an Turing\n Year. The event "Turing in C
ontext" will highlight the\n many contri
butions of Alan Turing for a general academic\n
audience, in particular for undergraduate and p
ostgraduate\n students of all fields, and put
these contributions in a\n historical contex
t. Our seven speakers will cover topics such as\n
British war intelligence, discrimination laws
, pattern formation\n in biological systems,
artificial intelligence, as well as logic\n a
nd foundations of computing.\n

\n \n
Since there is only limited seating capacit
y in Keynes Hall,\n we ask for advance regist
ration by sending an e-mail to Jenny\n Mackay
at programmes a
t newton.ac.uk with the\n subject
line "Registration for Turing in Context, 18-
19 Feb\n 2012". Acceptance is on a firs
t-come first-served basis.\n For more informa
tion, see\n http
://www.math.uni-hamburg.de/home/loewe/TiC@Kings/\n

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