MATLAB & Simulink Seminar

When: Feb. 6, 2013, 9:30am - 11:30am
Campus Location: Rod Lee Bigelow Health Sciences
Office/Remote Location: Room 132

Please join Office of Information Technology for a complimentary MATLAB & Simulink seminar hosted by MathWorks.

Craig Borghesani, an application engineer with MathWorks, will be on campus to present the powers of MATLAB with Simulink. His event "How a Differential Equation Becomes a Robot" will showcase how the suite of MathWorks tools complement and enhance each other, and how when combining them together, can unleash the full potential of a complete development environment.

Highlights of the presentation include:

  • Using the MuPad interface in the Symbolic Math Toolbox to create equations of motion
  • Modeling complex electro-mechanical systems using Simulink and the physical modeling libraries
  • Using MATLAB scripts to control and automate the simulation of dynamic models in Simulink
  • Importing three-dimensional mechanisms directly from CAD packages using the SimMechanics translator
  • Using the Control System Toolbox and the Optimization Toolbox directly on your Simulink model
  • Creating virtual reality visualizations and interfacing with external devices using Simulink 3D Animation Prototyping and testing your real-time system directly in hardware with xPC Target


Admission Information: 

Seminar is free and open to students, faculty and staff.
Registration and sign-in begin at 9:15 a.m.

You may also pre-register for this event on the MathWorks website.

Contact Information: 

Name: Vanessa Nagata
Office: UNLV Office of Information Technology
Phone: 702-895-0552

Event Sponsor: UNLV Office of Information Technology

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