The lectures will take place in Keynes Hall in King’s College. 
Tea & Coffee will be served in the Chetwynd room.
Please see this map of the college for directions.

Friday, 15 June 2012

 9.30- Registration (in the Chetwynd room)
 10.00-10.30 Opening Ceremony, with Sir John Dermot Turing and our Master of Ceremonies Brian Oakley
 10.30-11.30 Turing's 'Strange Inversion' of Reasoning Daniel Dennett
 11.30-11.45 Tea, coffee, biscuits
 11.45-12.45 Turing's Embryonic Biology Margaret Boden
 12.45-1.30 Lunch
 1.30-2.15 Turing and the Computational Universe Stephen Wolfram
 2.15-3.00 Codebreaking at Bletchley Park Jack Copeland
 3.00-3.30 The Birthday Cake (in the Chetwynd room)
 3.30-4.15 From Enigma to Public Key Cryptography Simon Singh
 4.15-5.00 The Universal Machine: Turing, Lovelace and Babbage Doron Swade
 5.00-5.30 Bar
 5.30-6.30 The King's College Turing Centenary Lecture: How We Broke Hitler's Most Secret Codes Captain Jerry Roberts
 6.30-7.30 Dinner
 7.30-9.00 Movie: Codebreakers: The Lost Heroes of Computing, directed by Julian Carey 
 9.00 For Alan Turing - Piano Suite In Six Movements Matthew Lee Knowles (Keynes Hall)

Saturday, 16 June 2012 

 9.30-10.15 From Ludgate to Los Alamos: Tracing Turing's Role in the Development of Electronic Computers Brian Randell
 10.15-11.00 Whatever Happened to the Other Turing Machine? Brian Carpenter and Bob Doran
 11.00-11.15 Tea, coffee, biscuits
11.15-12.00  The ACE in Context Martin Campbell-Kelly
 12.00-1.00 Lunch
 1.00-2.00 Working With Turing at the National Physical Laboratory  Mike Woodger
 2.00-2.45 Alan Turing and Machine Intelligence Teresa Numerico
 2.45-3.30 The Heart of the Machine. Early Software on the Manchester Mark I David Link
 3.30-4.00 Tea, coffee, biscuits
 4.00-4.45 Turing's Theory of Morphogenesis Vindicated by Radiolaria Bernard Richards
 4.45-5.30 Turing and the Government Machine Jon Agar
 5.30-6.00 — Break —
 6.00-7.30 Movie: Codebreaker, directed by Patrick Sammons (McCrum Lecture Theatre)