Computer Science student Tom tells us how he went about building a replica of the Enigma Machine used in World War Two.
Computer Science student Tom has built a working replica of the Enigma Machine used to send encoded messages during World War Two. He spent a six week internship in our Engineering Hackspace building the replica, which is now being used by students and school children to explore codes and number theory.
Bristol is a world leader in cryptography and our Computer Science students learn all about keeping systems like power stations and the NHS safe from hackers. Find out more at www.bristol.ac.uk/engineering/schools/computer-science/.