Free MATLAB, Simulink seminars promote new ‘powerful’ features

MathWorks will be holding a number of free, one-day seminars across Australia for new and existing MATLAB and Simulink users to learn about a raft of new, ‘powerful features’ offered by the software.

The MATLAB Technology Tour 2011 will kick-off on 5 May in Melbourne, and will travel to Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth after this.

“Through a combination of keynotes, customer presentations, live demos and workshops, attendees will gain an insight into some of the powerful new features in MATLAB and Simulink and will increase their understanding of how these tools can help tackle advanced engineering challenges,” said MathWorks.

Andrew Clay, MathWorks Australia’s managing director, will present the keynote, on how engineers and scientists have turned their workflows upside down as a result of “vast shifts in the engineering, scientific, economic, financial, and computing landscapes”.

“Technical computing is now part of ‘how things are done’,” says Clay.

Clay will highlight how MathWorks technologies have evolved to provide a platform able to support a broad workflow – from research to production.
 

Agenda highlights include:

·         Streamlining your data analysis workflow

·         Model-Based Design turns 10

·         A practical approach to data analysis and modelling

·         Model-Based Design for high-integrity and business-critical system development

·         Using MATLAB for signal analysis
 

Dates:

Thursday, 5 May – Melbourne, Rendezvous Hotel
Tuesday, 10 May – Sydney, Wesley Conference Centre
Thursday, 12 May – Brisbane, Engineers Australia
Tuesday, 17 May – Adelaide, Technology Park
Thursday, 19 May – Perth, Rydges Hotel
 

For more information and to register, click here.
 

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