Alan Turing, whose centenary was celebrated worldwide in 2012, has come to be recognised as a genius of modern mathematics. This volume presents a diverse collection of essays, written by leading experts, on the many areas of logic and computer science that have their provenance in his work.
About the Author
Rod Downey is Professor of Mathematics at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. His main research interests lie in algebra, logic and complexity theory. Downey has received many professional accolades throughout his career, including the Schoenfeld Prize of the Association for Symbolic Logic and the Hector Medal of the Royal Society of New Zealand, along with numerous fellowships to learned societies and institutes such as the Isaac Newton Institute (Cambridge) and the American Mathematical Society.