Inaugural Alan Turing Public Lecture ‘Alan Turing and his Computational Universe’

Alan Turing

Friday, 28th April 2017 Leslie Valiant, Honorary Fellow of King’s College and expert in theoretical Computer Science will be giving the first of a series of annual public lectures at King’s planned to celebrate Alan Turing, the King’s College Fellow considered by many to be the father of Computer Science. Registration for the lecture will open on Wednesday, 12th April 2017. Please note that places to attend are limited and will be offered on a first come basis. Further details about the event are available here - link:

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