Peter teaches a short course in C++ (Part 2) Object Oriented Programming
Peter Woodward is currently working as a researcher in the Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College London.
He is developing e-learning tools to help train doctors in the diagnosis of stroke. Before joining Imperial in February 2010, Peter was employed for three years at the Human Computer Interaction Design (HCID) centre at City, University of London working on developing tools for medical handovers.
His earlier research work included 3D graphics in television with the BBC and Air-Traffic Control simulation with ENAV (the Italian Air Traffic Control organisation). Peter has worked in teaching for a number of years including as a teaching assistant at university and as a lecturer for post-16 students in further education. In addition he has also worked as an online tutor.
In the more distant past Peter worked in the broadcast industry as a 3D graphics programmer for ITN, writing engineering software for broadcast news programmes. In addition to the academic, research and industrial work experience described, Peter has a Master's degree in Computer Science from Queen Mary University of London.