Alan Turing Centenary
@ Swansea University 
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.
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Prof
John V Tucker's talk is on the What can we compute? A history
of the ChurchTuring Hypothesis
as part of
the Seminar on History of
Science and Technology of
the College of Science, and the
PCV seminar of
the Department of Computer Science.
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Tea and Coffee will be available before the lecture,
which starts at 5:30pm
The talk will be followed by a reception. Professor Martin CampbellKelly's lecture is on Alan Turing’s Other Universal Machine: The ACE. More details... 
Scriptography Productions presents a new
fulllength play by
Catrin Fflur Huws about the wartime codebreaker Alan Turing, whose
pioneering work considered whether a machine could think.
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The poster exhibition shows
Alan Turing as a person in his early and final years leading to his
tragic death, as well as his main contributions to science and society.
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website and contact: Arnold Beckmann  20121207 