Natick, Mass. - (7 Sep 2011)
WHAT: MathWorks is hosting MATLAB Tour 2011, a series of free one-day events for MATLAB and Simulink users, focusing on the new features and benefits of the latest product releases, including R2011b. Through a program of presentations and technical sessions, the event will highlight how technical computing and Model-Based Design are driving innovation in engineering and science. Attendees will learn how the latest versions of MATLAB and Simulink help them:
WHERE/WHEN: MATLAB Tour 2011, which takes place from 26 September to 17 November, will visit the following cities:
|Boston, Massachusetts||26 September||Vienna, Austria||25 October|
|Manchester, UK||27 September||Cologne, Germany||26 October|
|Reading, UK||28 September||Ulm, Germany||27 October|
|Columbia, Maryland||4 October||Copenhagen, Denmark||27 October|
|Milan, Italy||4 October||St Petersburg, Russia||8 November|
|Utrecht, Netherlands||5 October||Novosibirsk, Russia||10 November|
|Falls Church, Virginia||6 October||Madrid, Spain||15 November|
|Zurich, Switzerland||6 October||San Jose, California||15 November|
|Helsinki, Finland||11 October||Krakow, Poland||16 November|
|Trondheim, Norway||13 October||Los Angeles, California||16 November|
|Paris, France||21 October||Ankara, Turkey||17 November|
|Stockholm, Sweden||25 October||Dallas, Texas||17 November|
REGISTER: For more information and to register, visit: www.mathworks.com/mlt2011. Follow the conversation on Twitter @MATLAB or use #mlt2011.
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