RE: Cybernetics in Britain,1940-2000

  • From: "Merry, Declan Joseph" <d.merry.07@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "au-compsci@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <au-compsci@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 19 Oct 2009 08:22:40 +0000

i am most certainly up for both of thoses ^^

From: au-compsci-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [au-compsci-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] on 
behalf of Mason, Alicia [a.mason.06@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: 16 October 2009 14:42
To: au-compsci@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: FW: Cybernetics in Britain,1940-2000

seminar coming up - i for one will be there asking annoying questions and 
squicking lecturers with my implants. who's up for it?


Alicia Mason
President, CompSci - au-compsci@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
NuGO NBX Project cluster -

From: Smith, Dr David F. [d.f.smith@xxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: 15 October 2009 08:33
To: Christie, Kathleen E.; Coghill, Dr George M.; Compatangelo, Dr Ernesto; 
Edwards, Prof Peter; Gray, Dr Peter; Guerin, Dr Frank; Hunter, Professor James 
R. W.; Kollingbaum, Martin J; Lishman, Dr J Roly.; Masthoff, Dr Judith F. M.; 
Mellish, Professor Christopher S.; Norman, Dr Timothy J. F.; Pan, Dr Jeff Z.; 
Reiter, Dr Ehud B.; Scharlau, Dr Bruce A.; Siddharthan, Advaith; Sleeman, Derek 
H.; Sripada, Dr Gowri S.; Townsend, Dr Stephen P.; van Deemter, Kees; 
Vasconcelos, Dr Wamberto W. M. P. D.
Subject: Cybernetics in Britain,1940-2000

Dear All

I thought some of you in Computing Science might be interested in this seminar 
of the Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine and Centre 
for Cultural History:

Professor Andrew Pickering, University of Exeter,

'Sketches of Another Future: Cybernetics in Britain,1940-2000'
Chair: Professor Tim Ingold

FRIDAY 23 October, Edward Wright Building F61, 3.30

Please forward this message to your reasearch staff, students, former staff and 
anyone else who might be interested.

Yours sincerely

David Smith, History

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