Bletchley Park Week

4th-10th March 2018

This special week-long programme of events celebrates Kellogg’s partnership with Bletchley Park, the home of British codebreaking and a birthplace of modern information technology. Bletchley Park played a major role in World War Two, producing secret intelligence through the work of code-breakers such as Alan Turing and Donald Michie, work which is thought to have shortened the conflict by years.

Their work continues to have resonance today through the cyber security research undertaken by members of Kellogg College.

Members of Kellogg College with the Enigma Machine during Bletchley Park Week 2017. Photo: John Cairns.

The theme this year is Big Data: from codebreaking to health care. Most of the events during Bletchley Park week are free and open to all, including members of the public. Booking may be required. Further details will be announced here in due course.

The Enigma Machine. Photo: John Cairns