This is a School of Engineering and Applied Science short course on the basics of programming in MATLAB. It is intended for students who have some prior exposure to programming and who want to learn the MATLAB programming environment. MATLAB is used in many upper level engineering courses and students find it useful for performing a wide variety of technical computing tasks for their senior independent work.
The course has two meetings. Each meeting consists of a lecture presentation followed by a hands on programming tutorial under the guidance of teaching assistants. The course carries no credit and will not appear on your transcript. Enrollment is limited. To register please email email@example.com with MATLAB (for undergraduate students) and MATLAB GRAD (for graduate students) in the subject line.
Sep 30 and Oct 1 (Tue and Wed); 6:30-7:30pm lecture, 7:30-8:30pm computer lab for undergraduate students and 8:30-9:30pm computer lab for graduate students.
Lectures are in Friend 101; and the Lab on Tuesday will be in Friend 009 and 016, and on Wednesday in Friend 016 and in the Electrical Engineering Teaching Lab, F Wing, 100 Level, Under EQuad Cafe.