History of Computing
Note that the History of Computing Research Group is no longer active at the University of Warwick.
Our aim is to embed the history of computing within the established genres of economic and social history, and the histories of technology, science, and mathematics.
Our research is broadly based, taking in topics ranging from the development of information technology policy to the origins of artificial intelligence, and covering a time period extending from the 18th century up to the 1990s.
- The Mathematical Works of Bolzano
- The History of Software Protection
- The History of Analogue Computing
- The History of Computing in Malta
- Development and Structure of the International Software Industry
- Information Technology Policy in Britain
- Mechanisation of Thought Processes
- Internet Security
- Human Computers at the Greenwich Observatory
- From Diversity to Convergence: British Computer Networks and the Internet, 1970-1995
- Continuous Path: the Evolution of Process Control Technologies in Post-war Britain
Academic Staff and Students
Martin Campbell-Kelly (Emeritus Professor)
Steve Russ (Associate Fellow)
Dorian James Rutter
A list of recent publications is available.