Here at Swansea University, we have set up a series events to contribute to the
celebration of Alan Turing's Centenary. Our events are embedded into the
wider national and international Alan Turing Year events coordinated by the
The 5th International Workshop on Physics and Computation
is an interdisciplinary meeting on the frontiers of Mathematics,
Physics, Computer Science, Engineering and Biology.
Topics range from mathematical modelling and understanding systems
(physical, complex, interacting quantum or biological),
to the use of such systems to compute (like in analogue computation)
via the underlying massive developments in computability theory.
The following three events form a Public
to celebrate Alan Turing's Centenary.
The events take place on Wednesday 5th December 2012.
The afternoon is funded by the
EPSRC Research Fund and
The afternoon consists of three parts, a
distinguished Lecture by Prof Martin Campell-Kelly, the display of
the Alan Turing Posters
based on the
Turing Archive at King's College, Cambridge,
and a Swansea Science Cafe
staging of Sciptography Productions' play To Kill A