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  • 20 October 2017

    Enigma Relay is the name of a project initiated by the Józef Piłsudski Institute of Research in London which aims to explain the role of Polish cryptanalysts in the race to break the Nazi German Enigma machine code. The project focuses on the achievements of Polish mathematicians and contextualizes it within the later British code-breaking success.

    Dr. Olga Topol was invited to participate in the Symposium on Cryptologic History organized by the National Cryptologic Museum Foundation and the NSA Center for Cryptologic History. The Symposium was held at Johns Hopkins University in Laurel, Maryland.

    The panel she took part in was entitled “Breaking Enigma: The Anglo-French-Polish Effort” and featured leading scholars including Dr. Marek Grajek, Dr. Tony Comer and Alan Turing’s nephew Dr. Dermot Turing. More>>

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