The renowned Turing Lecture Series will be coming to Dublin in 2017.
The Irish Computer Society was successful in its bid to bring the lecture series – now in its 19th year – to Dublin to coincide with the ICS’s 50th anniversary. The lecture series is a world leading event, presenting a topic from current research in computer science and given by an acknowledged expert in the field with past speakers including Chief Research Scientist at Microsoft research, Professor of Information Engineering in Oxford University, Senior VP Technology and Manufacturing at IBM to name but a few. The Turing lecture series was started by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) in 1999 in honour and recognition of Alan Turing’s contribution in the field of computing.
The lecture series will be held in Dublin Castle in February, 2017.
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