Recently one of the lecturers working with the Lecturers without borders project, Pierre Guillon, researcher in fundamental computer science from the French National Centre for Scientific Research, Marseille, gave a special lecture for Tunisian students studying informatics in Sfax.

The lecture was targeting the master students who were keen on knowing the results and insights of the latest researches in this sphere. The talk involved Turing machines and cellular automata, two so-called “computational models”.

Sfax is the second city in Tunisia, known as an industrial hub, a port and a great scientific and technological center, with a university and an engineer school that reputation is well recognized in the country.



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