Reference numberMS/923
TitlePapers on election of computer scientists to the Fellowship of the Royal Society, by Robin Milner
CreatorMilner; Arthur John Robin Gorell (1934 - 2010)
DescriptionMaterial compiled by (Arthur John) Robin (Gorell) Milner (1934-2010) in support of efforts to establish the principle of electing scientists working in the computer sciences and in artificial intelligence (AI) as Fellows of the Royal Society. These original files fall into two categories: Milner's notes on his attendence at the Royal Society's Sectional Committee 1 (Pure and Appled Mathematics and Computer Science, 1963); and files on named individual candidates for election, with Milner's efforts to gauge levels of support from existing Fellows.
Extent7 files
Physical descriptionOn paper
Access statusClosed
Fellows associated with this archive
NA4597Milner; Arthur John Robin Gorell (1934 - 2010)1934 - 2010
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