Introductory Workshop on MATLAB Tuesday November 19 at DeVry University Pomona
|November 8, 2013||Posted by COMauthor under CN, COMSOC, CS, EDCAS, EmpNet, MTT/APS, PES||
Hi All IEEE FOOTHILL Members, especially IEEE Student members,
Here is an opportunity for you to learn MATLAB.
MATLAB is an important analytic design and development tool for ALL engineering disciplines. Knowing it, and being able to manipulate all the built-in “black-box”models will help you to obtain quantitative answers and verification checks quickly made prior to any circuits ever sent out to the lab for breadboarding and/ or brassboarding. Yes, you need to know the basis of linear algebra and the fundamentals of matrices as covered in typical engineering math courses, as a general prerequisite, to have immediate benefit from these workshop(s).
The rewards for knowing MATLAB will help advance your professional EE career. Guaranteed.
Our thanks for the EES students at DeVry Pomona, and the faculty there, for organizing these sessions.
Please sign up as indicated. PLEASE NOTE NEW DATE FOR THIS WORKSHOP: TUESDAY NOVEMBER 19, 2013 AT 6:00 pm at DEVRY, Room 208
We encourage you to take advantage of this OPPORTUNITY.
Frank G Freyne PhD
Chair, IEEE Foothill Section