**FULLY BOOKED** Professor Steve Furber in conversation - 26/06/2016
Viva Computer! launches with computer pioneer Steve Furber – a principal designer of the BBC Micro (1982), the Acorn RISC Machine (1985), and now working on SpiNNaker – in conversation with BBC technology writer Bill Thompson. The event is introduced by tech entrepreneur and Acorn founder Hermann Hauser.
Time: 6:30pm - 9pm.
This event is free, but you must book your place.
Please note that this event is being filmed.
This event is part of our Viva Computer! festival. Viva Computer! is a Heritage Lottery funded project to set up a multimedia archive and festival exhibition. It aims to capture and communicate the magic of the computing industry’s heritage and history of innovation, with a focus on Cambridge’s unique position within it.
Remember - All proceeds go to support our Computing Museum!