Description:
Alan Turing was born on June 23, 1912. His work touched many areas in logic, computer science and cryptography. This year is the centenary of his birthday and there are several events organized
throughout the world to celebrate this occasion, see this site for more details. This symposium
organized by The School of Informatics and Computing Theory Group and Indiana University Program
in Pure and Applied Logic aims at marking this occasion
by bringing together faculty and students interested in computing and its mathematical models.
We hope that this event can foster dialog and collaboration among researchers from multiple
disciplines who
all share the same enthusiasm for computing, its models, its analysis and its increasing importance
in our society.
Invited speakers:
 David McCarty
 Steven Myers
 Gerardo Ortiz
 Alexander Razborov, Plenary speaker
 Luis Rocha
 Amr Sabry
Organizers: Esfan Haghverdi (SoIC Theory Group) and
Larry Moss (IU Logic Group).
Sponsors: School of Informatics and Computing, IU Pure and Applied Logic
All lectures are free and open to the public and will take place in Lindley Hall Room 102.
