Introduction to MATLAB
Location: Online event
Time: 03:00 - 04:00
Are you working with engineering or scientific data? Trying to develop an algorithm or model, create a report, or just gain some insights? Join us for this session where we will show how to use the high-level MATLAB language and interactive tools to solve an example problem.
Through product demonstrations, you will learn how to:
- Import data into MATLAB
- Preprocess, analyze, and visualize data
- Capture and document your work in a script
- Create interactive scripts and applications to share with others
About the Presenter
Ruth-Anne Marchant is a Senior Team Lead at MathWorks, where she and her team support customers adopt MATLAB and Simulink for their projects. Ruth-Anne focuses on Simulink and Model-Based Design, specializing in modelling and simulating physical systems, and control system development. Prior to joining MathWorks in 2015, Ruth-Anne worked in the Canadian aerospace industry as a control systems engineer. She recieved her Bachelors and Masters degrees from the University of Waterloo, Canada.
Dr Peter Brady is a Senior Application Engineer with MathWorks striving to accelerate our customer’s engineering and scientific computing workflows across maths, statistics, finance and machine learning. Prior to joining MathWorks, Peter worked in computational fluid and thermodynamics as well as high performance computing for a number of defence and civil contractors as well as a few universities. He has worked in fields as diverse as cavitation, wave/turbulence interactions, rainfall and runoff, nano-fluidics, HVAC and natural convection including scale out cloud simulation techniques. Peter holds doctorate in free surface computational fluid dynamics and a Bachelor of Civil Engineering both from the University of Technology Sydney and is a Chartered Practicing Engineer in Australia.