Peter is a Professor at the Queen Mary University London, School of Engineering and Material Science. is works on applications of computer modelling and informatics in medicine, sports and biology. He is visiting professor in the University of Vienna where he teaches biomechanics and informatics. He is a member of the board of directors of the International Association of Computer Science in Sport and serves on the editorial board of the Structural Durability & Health Monitoring. He is also editorial board member of the book series “Computational and Experimental Methods in Structures” with responsibility to select contributions from world leading experts in biomedical area.
He has been involved in the support of Olympic teams and provided biomechanics support for British athletes at the Olympic games in Salt Lake City. He is strongly involved in technological developments for high performance sport in conjunction with the UK Sport Institute and an acting member of the Winter Sports Innovation group of the British Olympic Association.
His research and applied research interests are focused around:
Applications of smart technologies in the areas of medicine, sport and biomechanics, Intelligent systems in medicine and sport
Pervasive computing in medicine and sport
Modelling in biomechanics
Biology inspired design