INTRODUCTION TO MATLAB


Date

20.08.2020

Time

9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Lecturer

Tanja Auge
(Universität Rostock)

Teilnehmerzahl / Number of Participants

7 to 14

Location

Albert-Einstein Straße,
ITMZ,
PC Pool,
Room 201

Language

English

Target Audience

MATLAB beginners

Participation Fee*

free of charge

Note

Please bring your own notebook!

Course Description

MATLAB is developed by The Mathworks, inc. It is an interactive, integrated environment for numerical scientific computations and visualization, as well as symbolic computations, and others. MATLAB is known especially for its highly intuitive and interactive programming development and debugging environment which results in a relatively short development cycle compared with traditional compiled languages such as FORTRAN and C1. In this course we will learn the basics getting MATLAB started and using the fundamental functionalities like variables, arrays and matrices. Furthermore we deal with some exemplary visualization possibilities such as linear or surface plots.
The course is intended for users who have not yet gained experience with MATLAB. Users interested in advanced capabilities of the MATLAB product family will find a wealth of tutorials and case studies on the web pages of MathWorks (https://de.mathworks.com).
1 www.bu.edu/tech/support/research/training-consulting/online-tutorials/matlab/
 

Information about the Lecturer

  • Research Assistant at the Chair of Database and Information Systems, Institute of Computer Science, University of Rostock
  • Many years of experience in teXing student and scientific papers

*Conditions for Participation

Members of the Graduate Academy can use their virtual member budget to cover the course fees. The registration for the workshop is binding. Our conditions for participation apply.