Webinars led by MathWorks engineers and university professors show how you can incorporate MATLAB and Simulink into your coursework, projects, and research.
Project-based learning is an effective way to engage students in learning engineering concepts related to control systems, robotics, audio processing, computer vision applications, and more.
Presenter: Brian McKay, MathWorks
Learn how you and your students can benefit from incorporating computation based on MATLAB in your physics curriculum. Webinar highlights include examples that demonstrate first-person modeling, modeling paradigms, and black box modeling.
Presenter: Jerry Brusher, MathWorks
Professor Richard Hill explains how you can use redesigned Controls Tutorials for MATLAB and Simulink to invert the classroom and create a more active learning environment.
Presenter: Dr. Richard Hill, University of Detroit Mercy
After an initial introduction to state machines, we will build logic to control the various modes of operation of a robot. Through an example, you will see an easy way to create, simulate and animate mode logic for robot control using Stateflow.
Presenter: Siddharth Sharma, MathWorks
Associate Professor Kathleen Meehan of Virginia Tech demonstrates how professors and course instructors can use MATLAB and Digilent Analog Discovery hardware to teach hands-on laboratory experiments in the area of circuit analysis.
Presenters: Robin Getz, Analog Devices; Kathleen Meehan, Virginia Tech; Eric Wetjen, MathWorks
Integrated Curricula with MATLAB and Simulink is a video series that presents best practices on incorporating technical computing, modeling, and simulation with MATLAB® and Simulink® in engineering curricula. Throughout the series, academics from world-renowned universities demonstrate their didactical approach and discuss its impact on student learning success.
Presenter: Liam Madden, Imperial College London
Cody: The MATLAB programming game.
Courses are available in MATLAB, Simulink, and other products