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Dr Andrew Hague

Andrew Hague

Profile

I have worked with computers since I first discovered them at the age of 11; too many years ago. I followed my passion for software and hardware through school, university (to D.Phil level at the University of York) and into my 20+ year career as a video game developer (including: Colin McRae RallyLink opens in a new window and Lego Drome RacersLink opens in a new window on Playstation, Sid Meier's PiratesLink opens in a new window on PSP, and iCarlyLink opens in a new window on Nintendo). After all these years, I still get a buzz from understanding how computers are used for so many varied and ground-breaking endeavours.

I am an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science. I have been an active member of the Computing at Schools workgroup, where I developed an educational user manual for the Raspberry Pi computer in conjunction with the Raspberry Pi FoundationLink opens in a new window. Previously I was a visiting lecturer on the Games Technology BSc for Birmingham City University, the Software Engineering and Games Development BSc for Buckinghamshire New University, and the Game Design & Development MA at the National Film & Television School. I was the module convenor for Computer Science on the International Foundation Programme at Warwick Foundation Studies.

General areas of interest:

  • Human-centred interactive technologies
  • Interdisciplinarity in computing
  • IoT and Mobile applications
  • Simulations and artificial realities
  • Creative Computing
  • Computer Science Education
  • Educational Technology
  • Programming languages
  • Software Engineering
  • Design Patterns

Teaching

Module organiser for:

  • Web Development Technologies (CS139)
  • Programming for Scientists (MA117)
  • Database Systems (CS258)

Assistant Professor

Room: MB3.20

Email: A.Hague@warwick.ac.uk

Office hours:
9:30am - 10:30am, Tuesday
10:30am - 11:30am, Wednesday

Publications