The Turing Digital Archive
A diagram from Turing's notes on morphogenesis (AMT/K/3)
Alan Turing (1912-54) is best-known for helping decipher the code created by German Enigma machines in the Second World War, and for being one of the founders of computer science and artificial intelligence.
This archive contains many of Turing's letters, talks, photographs and unpublished papers, as well as memoirs and obituaries written about him. It contains images of the original documents that are held in the Turing collection at King's College, Cambridge. For more information about this digital archive and tips on using the site see About the archive.
Browse by category
The archive is organised into six categories, each prefixed by Turing's initials (AMT):
- AMT/A. Biographical and personal documents
- AMT/B. Publications, lectures, and talks
- AMT/C. Unpublished manuscripts and drafts
- AMT/D. Correspondence
- AMT/E. Turing Celebration Day, Cambridge, 1 Oct. 1997
- AMT/K. Material given to Kings College, Cambridge, in 1960
Use the index
The Archive index lets you browse an alphabetical list of the people and documents that appear on the site.