TCAC Manchester Subcommittee

Manchester was uniquely important to Alan Turing's life and work. Dramatic events, both in early computer development, and in Turing's personal life, marked his years living there. And new directions in his research, particularly his seminal work on morphogenesis, were tragically cut short at his house in Wilmslow on June 7th, 1954. There are still a number of people living in Manchester who have close links to Turing, in at least one case through joint research work.

The TCAC Manchester Subcommittee has been formed to coordinate and link the diverse activities already planned for the region in 2012. Manchester today provides a vibrantly rich context for the Turing Centenary celebrations. This is reflected in the pro-active involvement of the City's council, museums and university, and in the broad composition of the group:

Manchester Illuminated Universal Turing Machine, #23 1998 by Roman Verostko - see A Universal Turing Machine Self Portrait - large drawing detail
©1998, Roman Verostko

Alan Turing Infographic by Jurys Inn Hotels

Alan Turing of Manchester, by Jurys Inn Manchester Hotel. Design by Steve Ollington/ Agenda21

Alan Turing Institute Almere Association for Computing Machinery The Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour Association for Symbolic Logic Audioboo British Computer Society Bletchley Park Bletchley Park Post Office Brazilian Computing Society Brazilian Logic Society British Logic Colloquium British Society for the History of Mathematics the source site Cambridge University Cambridge University Press Computability in Europe Computing at School CODDII CS4FN CSHPM Computer Society of India Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica DVMLG European Association for Computer Science Logic European Association for Theoretical Computer Science European Mathematical Society Elsevier Ely Runners Enigma and Friends Association of Logic, Language and Information Gesellschaft für Informatik E.V. (GI) Heinz Nixdorf MuseumsForum Hong Kong Computer Society International Association for Computing and Philosophy (IACAP) IACR IET IFCoLog IOS Press Isaac Newton Institute Kurt Gödel Society King's College, Cambridge LABORES IEEE Symposium on Logic in Computer Science London Mathematical Society LGBT History Month Manchester City Council University of Manchester Manchester Metropolitan University Microsoft Research Cambridge MIDAS Museum of Science & Industry National Physical Laboratory (NPL) OUP Plus Magazine Rainbow Radio Reading University Royal Society of Edinburgh Royal United Services Institute SCIE Sherborne School Taylor and Francis John Templeton Trust Turing100in2012 Turing Lecture 2012 UFRGS UKBR UK Mathematics Trust UNESCO Chair in Information and Computer Ethics Web Intelligence Consortium Wiley Wolfram Research

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