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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Opening "Genial & Geheim", special 12-month exhibition on Alan Turing, 10 Jan 2012, Paderborn, GERMANY

GENIAL & GEHEIM Eroeffnung: Dienstag, 10. Januar 2012, 19 Uhr

Das Heinz Nixdorf MuseumsForum (HNF) zeigt die Sonderausstellung "Genial & 
Geheim" anlaesslich des 100. Geburtstages des englischen Mathematikers, 
Computerpioniers und Kryptologen Alan Turing. Die Ausstellungsmacher geben eine 
Uebersicht ueber die zehn Inszenierungen, die im Jahre 2012 zu sehen werden. 
Der wichtigste Biograf Turings, Andrew Hodges, berichtet ueber das Leben und 
Werk Alan Turings. Christiane Licht, Gewinnering des 3. Muensteraner Science 
Slam, praesentiert "Kryptografie mit Musik". Zur Eroeffnung ist die erste 
Etappe "Enigma und die Atlantikschlacht" zu sehen.

19:00 Uhr
Norbert Ryska, Geschaeftsfuehrung Heinz Nixdorf MuseumsForum (HNF)

Prof. Dr. Benedikt Loewe, Amsterdam
Turing Centenary Advisory Committee

Einfuehrung in die Ausstellung "Genial & Geheim"
Dr. Jochen Viehoff, Kurator HNF

Alan Turing -- an Enigma
Dr. Andrew Hodges, Universitaet Oxford
Vortrag in englischer Sprache mit Uebersetzung

20:20 Uhr
Kryptografie mit Musik
Christiane Licht, Muenster

20:35 Uhr
Eroeffnung der 1. Etappe der Ausstellung:
"Enigma und die Atlantikschlacht"

Im Anschluss laden wir Sie zu einem Imbiss ein.