Christof Teuscher

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Christof Teuscher, PhD, is an author and editor who works at the Los Alamos National Laboratory.

He obtained an MSc and PhD from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne. For his PhD he explored Alan Turing's ideas on artificial intelligence and neural networks.[1]

He was the initiator and organizer of the Turing Day, an international workshop to commemorate the anniversary of Alan Turing's 90th birthday.[2]

Dr. Teuscher's work has been distinguished with several awards.[citation needed]


  • Alan Turing: Life and Legacy of a Great Thinker (ed.),[3][4][5] Springer, (2005), ISBN 3-540-20020-7
  • Turing's Connectionism. An Investigation of Neural Network Architectures,[6] Springer, London, (2002), ISBN 1-85233-475-4
  • From Utopian to Genuine Unconventional Computers (ed. with Andrew Adamatzky), 2006
  • Unconventional Computing 2007 (ed. with Andrew Adamatzky, Lawrence Bull, Ben De Lacy Costello, Susan Stepney), 2007


  1. ^ Hodges, Alan (Nov 2006). "The Essential Turing". Notices of the AMS. 53 (10): 1195. 
  2. ^ "Author and editor keynote speaker for Krause lecture". Marietta Times. March 25, 2013. Retrieved 20 November 2013. 
  3. ^ Clark, Andy (1 Dec 2005). "It's raining, so I'll take an umbrella". London Review of Books. 
  4. ^ Love, Peter (Jul–Aug 2004). "The Legacy of Alan Turing". Computing in Science and Engineering. 6 (4): 97–99. 
  5. ^ Casti, John L (18 March 2004). "Touring artificial minds". Nature. 428. doi:10.1038/428258a. 
  6. ^ Cooper, S Barry (March 3, 2012). "Alan Turing: 10 ideas beyond Enigma". ZDNet. Retrieved 20 November 2013. 

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