The Enigma Story: Technology, Turing, Trondheim, Toronto
Dr. Peter Berg, Science Department Chair and Professor of Physics and Mathematics
Tickets are on sale at the Lougheed Centre or at www.camroselive.com. Adults $10, Students free on presenting OneCard. A ticket will be required to attend the event.
An original Enigma Machine will be on display in the Foyer of the Performing Arts Centre, doors open at 6pm
7pm - Dr. Berg will present the amazing story of the Enigma Machine, a device that was used by the German military during WWII to encrypt military communication. Inspired by the recent movie The Imitation Game, the presentation will highlight the people who cracked the code, such as Alan Turing, how the machine works and how the code was cracked, and the relation to modern encryption and spying
7:45pm - Question period and time for viewing one of only 2 known Enigma Machines in Canada
8:15pm (approx) - Showing of the movie The Imitation Game in the Cargill Theatre