Bletchley Park Week
3rd-7th March 2019
At Kellogg, we’re celebrating our unique partnership with Bletchley Park through a week-long programme of special events. Don’t miss this opportunity to join us.
As the storm clouds of World War Two gathered over Britain, brilliant minds worked tirelessly at Bletchley Park to break the German Engima ciphers. The secret intelligence unravelled by codebreakers such as Alan Turing and Donald Michie was vital to the war effort and is thought to have shortened the conflict by years.
Bletchley Park became the home not only of British codebreaking, but the birthplace of modern information technology. Its extraordinary legacy still impacts on us today and resonates through the cyber security research undertaken by members of Kellogg College.
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Why does Kellogg have a Bletchley Park Week?
Please see below for the programme of Bletchley Park Week events.
Most of the events during Bletchley Park week are free and open to all, including members of the public.
|Day & Date||Time||Venue||Event name|
|Wednesday 6th February||17:30 – 18:45||The Hub, Kellogg College||The Origins of Enigma Codebreaking at Bletchley Park|
|Sunday 3rd March||TBC||The Hub, Kellogg College||Movie Sunday – 2001: A Space Odyssey|
|Monday 4th March||10:30 – 11:30||The Hub, Kellogg College||Enigma Machine: codebreaking demonstration
(for more information, click on the relevant time)
|17:00 – 18:00|
|Tuesday 5th March||13:30 – 14:30||The Hub, Kellogg College||Enigma Machine: codebreaking demonstration|
|Tuesday 5th March||16:30 – 18:00||The Mawby Room, Kellogg College||“The relevance of AI for our life” A talk by members of the AI Society|
|Wednesday 6th March||10:00 – 17:15||The Hub, Kellogg College||Bletchley Park Trip: code breaking behind the scenes|
|Thursday 7th March||14:00 – 14:40||The Hub, Kellogg College||Drone display and talk: Trends in Wireless Security and Authentication|
|Thursday 7th March||17:30 – 19:00||The Hub, Kellogg College||Managing Creativity: Does Bletchley Park have lessons for today’s tech companies?|