PDE Toolbox developer
I have a background in engineering physics and I'm interested in microscopy, neuroscience, immunology, ice hockey (I'm french canadian after all ) and food.
I am interested in the floating ice shelves that fringe East Antarctica. My current work is toward building a better understanding of how climatology influences glaciology via oceanography. I also have some experience with the acoustics of gas hydrates and oceanic methane bubbles.
Developer for the Image Processing Toolbox.
I am an application engineer at MathWorks. I primarily work with the Test & Measurement products (Data Acquisition Toolbox and Instrument Control Toolbox).
Chemical Engineering Student; interested in computation and modelling.
Author of "Undocumented Secrets of Matlab-Java Programming" book:
Contact me: altmany at gmail dot com
freelancer from Poland
Control systems engineer with PhD in EE at Autonomous Solutions and I love to ski and run trails.
An Application Support Engineer, an active researcher, and an amateur classical guitar player.
In my spare time, I am an avid cook and home brewer. I also devote an unhealthy amount of time reading about history and architecture, particularly on the Byzantines.
By day, I am an Application Support Engineer at the MathWorks with a background in mechanical engineering and controls engineering.
Seeking to improve my ability to model systems in Simulink/Simscape. Use Matlab for statistics and time series analysis. Fan of community-based learning like Matlab Answers; appreciate the help I've gotten here.
Ph.D. in theoretical nuclear physics, author of four books and lecturer at the College of Science-University of Baghdad since 2008. Interested with image processing applications in astronomy mainly. I begun using Matab since the year 2000 (I think it was ver.5.), and still there is much to learn about.
I am a Technical Communicator with the Embedded Targets team at MathWorks. I work with Simulink, Simulink Coder, and Embedded Coder. I also work with educational targets in Simulink, which you can use to run models on Arduino, LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT, BeagleBoard, and PandaBoard hardware.
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Jan Houska is the director of applications and development at Humusoft s.r.o., the MathWorks distributor in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Humusoft also develops Simulink 3D Animation and Real-Time Windows Target that are part of MathWorks' product family.