Microcontrollers using Simulink and code generation to open microcontrollers to all fields of study.
Bootcamp in Quantitaive Methods at Harvard Medical School using MATLAB and SimBiology
SimBiology and MATLAB tutorials, homeworks, and example code of Systems Biology course
Software Carpentry is an online video training program directed towards engineers and researchers.
A collection of MATLAB tutorials and videos from Michigan State University.
CSE 131 is a course in technical problem solving using MATLAB.
This is a first course in scientific computing using MATLAB for scientists and engineers.
Quantitative Human Systems Physiology course materials, Bradley Sutton, Univ. of Illinois
Open Courseware intro to MATLAB, Fall 2011
Electrical Recordings From Tiny Brains
The simulations explore the behaviour of dynamical systems complementing a first course on mechanics
An undergraduate bioengineering course at University of Washington
Bioengineering Mass Transport & Systems course materials by Alyssa Taylor
at Univ. of Washington
Comment motiver vos étudiants par la simulation d'exemples réels d'applications diverses.
This link provides downloads for 19 human body meshes suitable for electromagnetic simulations.
Functions for gathering, analyzing, and processing biomechanics data.
A short introduction to MATLAB including programming, image analysis, statistics, and data import.
An interactive video-based tutorial that introduces linear algebra, solving ODEs and data fitting.
SimITK/VTK is an implementation of the ITK and VTK C libraries in Simulink.
MATLAB library for reading Vernier analog sensors using SensorDAQ hardware
Course materials by Prof. Steve McKnight & Gilead Tadmor at Northeastern University
Recorded webinar on techniques for introducing MATLAB to engineering students
MATLAB and an "inverted classroom" help students hone critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Tutorial on low-cost embedded target for student projects, model-based design and rapid prototyping
System dynamics and physiology are combined in a single course using MATLAB and Simulink
Powerpoint slides and exercises introducing MATLAB and Simulink and their utility in teaching
Free electronic book with articles on using MATLAB for teaching and research in engineering
ASEE Paper on how MATLAB was integrated as a computational tool throughout an engineering curriculum
Videos and lecture notes for engineering students learning numerical methods with MATLAB
Undergraduate textbook on biomechanics & computational modeling, with biomedical applications
Introduction to MATLAB for math, science & engineering; requires no prior programming knowledge
Freshmen learn basic programming concepts and problem-solving with MATLAB at the same time.
Textbook for a single semester course on biomedical signal and image processing
De IMC leert basisvaardigheden in gebruik van MATLAB als rekengereedschap voor technische problemen.
Course materials by Kumar Mallikarjunan at Virginia Polytechnic Inst. & State University.
A 74 page PDF tutorial on MATLAB by Northwestern University professor David Houcque
Web-based MATLAB tutorial covering programming, data analysis, and plotting
MATLAB tutorial covering basic and advanced uses (makes extensive use of published examples)
Conference poster (PDF) on use of Data Acquisition Toolbox in a neurophysiology course
Tutorial on solving different kinds of ODEs in MATLAB, with links to additional resources
Advanced textbook on nonparametric statistics using MATLAB and Statistics Toolbox
Textbook for introducing programming and technical computing concepts to undergraduates
Educational GUIs (virtual labs) for exploring basic concepts in signal processing
Comprehensive textbook on image processing theory and implementation (w/ extensive MATLAB examples)
Introductory textbook on biomedical engineering design and modeling (MATLAB & Simulink examples)
Book chapter on MATLAB toolboxes for real-time acquisition and analysis of EEG/MEG data
Free web-based interactive tutorial that introduces MATLAB for signal processing and filter design
Students at the University of Washington use MATLAB®
Researchers developed a device that sends electrical signals to activate paralyzed limbs and muscles