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cs4fn was created and is written and edited by Paul Curzon, Peter McOwan and Jonathan Black of the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science of Queen Mary, University of London with the aim of sharing our passion about all things to do with Computer Science. We hope you will enjoy exploring cs4fn as much as we enjoy writing it.
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If you would like to submit your own articles or other material for the site, please also use our message form to get in touch. We would love to hear from you. Details of rules about use of contributions, copyright etc for submissions can be found on our Copyright and Contributions page.
Many people and companies from the IT industry support cs4fn. In addition to Queen Mary, University of London, and majpr support from Google, Microsoft, ARM and Intel each provide support for our printing the magazine, allowing it to be distributed for free as well as providing prizes for competitions.
The look and feel and layout of the magazines is the work of Queen Mary's central college publications and web department (who we think are brilliant).
The British Computer Society (BCS) also support us. Much of the UK research described such as the Human Error Project and Sodarace are funded by EPSRC. The Royal Society have also kindly allowed us to use images from their image library. FutureLab have also similarly allowed us to use images related to the projects they fund.
In addition to Peter, Paul and Jonathan and other staff at Queen Mary, University of London, members of several other Universities have supported cs4fn by writing occasional articles or contributing images from their research, including the University of Bristol, the University of Swansea and the University of Aberdeen.
We are very grateful to Kevin Warwick of the University of Reading, Noel Sharkey of the University of Sheffield and Kerstin Dautenhahn of the University of Hertfordshire for giving cs4fn exclusive interviews.
To find out more about the project and the kind of thing we have been up to behind the scenes, see the cs4fn project page