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MATLAB and Simulink Academic Tour 2011

The MATLAB and Simulink Academic Tour 2011 is a series of free one-day events held throughout Australia. Each event includes a keynote presentation, case study, technical presentations, and product demos. Whether you are new to MATLAB and Simulink or you use them every day for teaching and research, you will leave with new knowledge and skills that you can start applying immediately.

Every day, lecturers, researchers, and students at more than 5000 academic institutions worldwide rely on MATLAB and Simulink in engineering, mathematics, science, finance, and medicine. 200 universities, including 12 in Australia, provide MathWorks tools to all faculty and students through campus-wide licenses, and the use of MathWorks tools in academia continues to grow.

Join MathWorks for all or part of the day to learn how you can enhance your research and teaching curricula, bridge the gap between theory and practice, and prepare the next generation of scientists and engineers.

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Tour Locations and Dates
Hosted By Date
The University of Sydney Wednesday, 6 July
The University of Queensland Thursday, 7 July
RMIT University Tuesday, 12 July
The University of Adelaide Thursday, 14 July

Who Should Attend

This event is suitable for senior academics, lecturers, researchers, and postgraduate students who would like to enhance their teaching and research, update their skills, or learn from the experts how to get started using MATLAB and Simulink.

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Keynote Speaker

Jason Ghidella
Jason Ghidella, Manager, Simulink Platform, will highlight MathWorks approach to establishing curriculum for project-based learning.

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