Andrew King has many years of experience in teaching computer science at university level. Between 2001-2006 he taught in the higher education system in Ethiopia, working as an Assistant Professor at Mekelle University and HiLCoE School of Computer Science and Technology in Addis Ababa. During this time he taught a wide range of computing subjects to undergraduate students and became interested in how best to encourage learning in students from diverse backgrounds. Since 2006 he has worked in the Biomedical Engineering department at King's College London, teaching computing courses to students with an interest in the biomedical applications of technology. He continues to develop his teaching and adapt materials and techniques to students' backgrounds and interests. His latest book on MATLAB Programming for Biomedical Engineers and Scientists is the result of this experience, and aims to teach the fundamental concepts of programming to students of Biomedical Engineering and related subjects.
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