How can MATLAB help research workflows?
- Date: Wednesday 30 October 2019, 15:30 – 17:00
- Location: Mechanical Engineering LT A (1.33)
- Type: Seminars, Robotics
- Cost: Free
Learn how interactive tools in the MATLAB and Simulink help to increase productivity and simplify design workflows.
Used worldwide in industry and academia in a variety of areas, MATLAB and Simulink work together to create an integrated workflow, combining textual and graphical programming enabling to model, simulate and prototype complex systems, ensuring to focus on the creative side of engineering.
Come along to this seminar to learn how interactive tools in the MATLAB environment together with its high-level technical computing language and the graphical properties of Simulink help to increase productivity and simplify design workflows.
This seminar will be delivered by Martina Sciola. She joined MathWorks as a Technical Specialist Engineer for Education in 2018 after her PhD studies at the University of Sheffield.
With a background in Biomedical Engineering, Martina’s PhD focused on personalised cardiovascular modelling. She also had the opportunity to work as a research associate on a project that explored the diagnosis of pulmonary hypertension, as well as being a research coordinator for an EU project that established a new centre of excellence of medicine at the University of Sheffield.
Her interests include Healthcare, Clinical applications, In silico medicine and Biomedical Engineering.