Price: AED 2,000

Duration: 20 Hours

Timing: Flexible

Course Overview

MATLAB for Engineering Students” is a document for an introductory course in MATLAB°R 1 and technical computing. It is used for freshmen classes at Northwestern University. This document is not a comprehensive introduction or a reference manual. Instead, it focuses on the specific features of MATLAB that are useful for engineering classes. The lab sessions are used with one main goal: to allow students to become familiar with computer software (e.g., MATLAB) to solve application problems. We assume that the students have no prior experience with MATLAB.

 

Objective 

To enable new MATLAB users to get up to speed quickly
Become familiar with the MATLAB environment to create, save, graph, and publish their programs
Get acquainted with workspace and variable editor to begin developing your own MATLAB M-files

 

Who Should Attend

  1. Automation and Control Engineers
  2. PLC Programmers
  3. Data Analysts
  4. Engineering Design Professionals

 

Course Outline

  1. Welcome to MATLAB
  2. Getting Started
  3. MATLAB M-File Editors
  4. Creating your first Program
  5. Hands On Project Exercise

 

Career Path

Upon completion of this course you will learn to work with arrays and matrices by planning your code through flowcharts, pseudocode, and comments, to extract and manipulate data, and execute the commands to develop solutions to real-world problems.

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