Timothy Flack

Dr Timothy Flack
Ordinary Fellow
Electrical Engineering

Tim Flack is a University Lecturer in the Engineering Department at Cambridge, where his main research themes concern renewable electricity and electric drive systems. He is also a Fellow of King's College. Although vaguely aware of the work of Alan Turing, who studied at King's College, his interest in all things related to the Enigma was stimulated by a visit to Bletchley Park. There, he realised that the work of the Polish cryptographers was key to the success of Turing's work, and that was what inspired his work on the Polish Cyclometer.

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