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Pages supplied by users

These pages are supplied by users in the School of Computer Science & Informatics.

The information in these pages is presented at the discretion of the user concerned. Some pages are experimental, some are recreational.

Students doing Internet courses may also have Project pages visible within the School only.

Staff Home Pages

Alia I Abdelmoty

Richard Booth

Malcolm Brown

Peter Burnap

Martin Caminada

Federico Cerutti

Yulia V Cherdantseva

Martin J Chorley

Ian M Cooper

Padraig Corcoran

Rob Davies

Helene De Ribaupierre

Andrei Gagarin

Garin Hughes

Matthew John

Andrew Jones

Chris B Jones

Angelika Kimmig

Yukun Lai

Hantao Liu

Dave Marshall

Christine L Mumford

Alun D Preece

Omer F Rana

P L Rosin

Steven Schockaert

Kirill Sidorov

Irena Spasic

Xianfang Sun

Ian J Taylor

Catherine Teehan

George Theodorakopoulos

Liam Turner

David W Walker

Roger M Whitaker

Jing Wu

Research Students' Home Pages

Eirini S Anthi

Roberto M Dyke

Thomas J Edwards

Aleksandra Edwards

Liam Hiley

Amir Javed

Lucie Leveque

Rhodri Morris

David Owen

Joseph M Redfern

Harrison Taylor

Catherine Teehan

Tianyi Zhang

     

Year 1 Undergraduate Students' Home Pages

(No sites published).

Year 2 Undergraduate Students' Home Pages

Lara Ashford

Elise Bailey

Andrew Bolton

Bartosz Borne

Lucas Bradford

Miles Budden

Ieuan Griffiths

Victoria Howells

Alay Merchant

Darren O'Callaghan

Kieran Parnell

George Slade

Benjamin Thornton

Dylan Vincent

Molly Wilson

 

Year 2 in Industry Undergraduate Students' Home Pages

Katie Barrett-Powell

Attila Bencze

Jack Furby

Evan Hanson

James Hodgson

Karolina Hornikova

Clement Julia

Bryson Kwan

Joseph Law

Andrea Pesigan

Lewis Smith

Oliver Storey-Young

George Whalley

Charlotte Whitlow

Joshua Wong

 

Year 3 and 4 Undergraduate Students' Home Pages

Ahamed Abdul Kayee

Sara Aldossary

Ali Alolayan

Konstancja Andrzejewska

Luke Barker

Markuss Baumgarts

Rhys Beckett

Patricia Booth

David Buchanan

Ryan Codrai

Oliver Copleston

Jack Corscadden

Sebastian Golos

Evilija Grabauskaite

James Grant

Sotiris Hadjipanayi

Daniel Harborne

Daniel Hendry

Joshua Hornsby

Benjamin Hughes

Sik Hui

Scott Hulbert

Amulya Maramreddy

Max Milburn

Jack Millard

Joseph Morris

Louis Ndoki

Nikolay Nikolaev

Lewis Parsons

Ivonna Prince

Elliott Reynolds

Dominic Routley

Deeon Roy

Joseph Singleton

Jan Slawinski

Alexander Stanton

Aik Tan

Edward Trist

Sophie Vingoe

Luke Webb

Austen Wells

Alexandra Whitehouse Piper

Benjamin Wilson

Matthew Wood

MSc Students' Home Pages

Hamood Alazri

Conor Gibbs

Anelia Kurteva

Wiktor Nowak

Other Users' Home Pages

Recognition Project

     

Any user in the School of Computer Science who has tried to publish their site but whose name is missing above should contact School computing support.

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Who and How

Staff and students in the School of Computer Science & Informatics may install pages on the users web site.

Pages here are visible on the Internet. There are rules and regulations which cover the content of this site. Read the Introductory Note

that lists these and tells you how to upload pages to the site.

Uploading Files

Files may be uploaded, copied, removed etc using an SFTP-enabled client application. Connect the application to website.cs.cf.ac.uk and navigate to sub-directory "users". See the Introductor Note above for details.

Another option is to administer your site with the web-based
siteadm users website administration application. This is also described in a Note that you can access from the siteadm login page.

Publishing

All users are allocated space on the Web server but it at the user's discretion to publish the pages.

When you publish your site, your name will appear on this page. If you do not want that, you must not use the users web site. Look at the
project server as an alternative.

Click to make your pages available through this Web site and list your name on this index page.

Click to remove your name from this page and disconnect your pages from the World Wide Web.