Prof Paul Atkinson speaking at celebration of computing at Bletchley Park – 9 June 2017
Professor Paul Atkinson has been invited to take part in an event celebrating computing at Bletchley Park where Alan Turing and others did the work in breaking German codes used in WWII. The week-long event, organised by Kellogg College, University of Oxford, will comprise a number of activities centred on cyber-security, computing and mathematics.
Paul will be speaking at an afternoon event dedicated to historical and cultural perspectives on Bletchley Park on Friday 9 June 2017. It is planned that this event will also host three of the designers involved in The Imitation Game to talk about re-creating Bletchley for the film and the novelist Lucy Ribchester to talk about her Bletchley-based novel The Amber Shadows.
More information on the event is available here.