The talk on “Turing and Morphogenesis Art, Pattern and Complexity” will be conducted by NIT Calicut ACM Student Chapter in association with the Alan Turing Centenary Talk Series of the chapter. This will be the second talk in this series. The talk will be delivered by Mr. Gopakumar G, Asst. Professor, CSED, NIT Calicut.
Update (December 28, 2012)
Starting with some of the fascinating patterns in the nature, Mr. Gopakumar, raised some interesting questions to the audience that made it an interactive session. The audience was asked to think on as to why there are no visible patterns in human body (except finger prints), but there are many in other organisms (like giraffe, snakes, zebra, etc.). Later, he collaborated some of these natural beauty to the works and findings of Alan Turing. He described the mathematical and chemical aspects of the said.
The talk went on up to 5:00 PM and was concluded by the vote of thanks by Mr. Nimish Joseph, Secretary of the chapter.