Virtual Labs with MATLAB and Simulink

Date Time
13 Nov 2020
4:30 AM EST
13 Nov 2020
9:00 AM EST
13 Nov 2020
2:00 PM EST

Overview

Developing new virtual lab activities or moving a laboratory course completely online while achieving learning objectives is challenging. It can be difficult to reproduce the collaborative and interactive learning environment that helps develop the soft skills needed for global industry. In this webinar, you will find ideas and resources for creating online labs using MATLAB and Simulink.

We will explore different approaches to implementing online labs including simulations, remotely accessed hardware, and home lab kits. Examples of these approaches using MATLAB and Simulink will be presented. We will also discuss strategies for creating engaging student experiences by incorporating tools within MATLAB and Simulink that enhance interactivity such as MATLAB apps, live scripts, and Simulink Online. 

Highlights

  • Discussion and examples of virtual, remote, and hardware at home labs.
  • MATLAB apps and Simulink create visually engaging lab activities.
  • Live scripts for exploring course concepts and creating interactive reports or electronic lab notebooks.
  • MATLAB projects to track group work and control your lab activities.

Please allow approximately 45 minutes to attend the presentation and Q&A session. We will be recording this webinar, so if you can't make it for the live broadcast, register and we will send you a link to watch it on-demand. 

About the Presenter

Sumit Tandon is a Senior Team Lead in the Customer Success Engineering team at MathWorks. He has a BE in Electrical Engineering from Jadavpur University, India and an MS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington. He has been at MathWorks for over 13 years, advising MATLAB users in the industry and academia in the domains of image processing, computer vision, physical system modeling and simulation, embedded systems, data analytics and high-performance computing.

In his current role he and his team manage the technical relationship of MathWorks with key academic institutions and systems in western US, Canada and Latin America. Here, he partners with faculty, researchers and research centers in the exploration and effective use of MathWorks products, and programs, for curriculum and research. To bring the industry perspective and facilitate exchange of ideas – he also serves on several industry advisory boards in the University of California and California State University system schools – including UC Irvine, CSULB, CSULA – and also engineering education focused organizations like ECEDHA.

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