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How Do I Learn to Use MATLAB?

How do I learn to use MATLAB?

Learn MATLAB interactively, online, and at your own pace with complimentary MATLAB Training for Kettering University!  In addition to the introductory MATLAB Onramp, the following courses cover core MATLAB functionality and special topics:

  • MATLAB Fundamentals
  • MATLAB Programming Techniques
  • MATLAB for Data Processing and Visualization
  • Machine Learning with MATLAB
  • MATLAB for Financial Applications

All courses are modular, so you can pick and choose among topics of interest. 

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Electrical & Computer Engineering Related Podcasts

The Amp Hour is a non-scripted off-the-cuff format show that usually airs every Sunday evening US time (recorded earlier in the week). It is the worlds largest and most respected electronics oriented radio show. Discussions range from hobbyist electronics to the state of the electronics industry, components, circuit design, and general on and off-topic rants.

 From  IEEE Spectrum, hear different angles on technology stories that appear in the print edition of Spectrum, as well as some stories recorded just for Spectrum   Radio. Past episodes have featured interviews with news makers, audio tours of interesting places, and commentaries about news and technology trends.

ECE 610: Modeling of Dynamic Systems

ECE 610: Modeling of Dynamic Systems —

This course covers modeling, simulation, and analysis of multivariable dynamic systems. Approaches to modeling a variety of dynamic physical systems are discussed using examples of dynamic systems taken from a variety of fields. The course places emphasis on modeling and analysis of electric vehicle systems and components. Transient and steady state behavior of power electronic circuits using state-space models is included in this course. These systems are simulated using MATLAB® simulation tools. Most of the course is devoted to the analysis of linear systems using now classical techniques based on linear algebra, state-space representations, and the state transition matrix.


See Below for Required Texts
(View syllabus for required hardware & software) 

Relevant Library Search Results

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Matlab Tutorial

View the following video for an introduction to MATLAB, or find dozens of other helpful videos here

LinkedIn Learning Matlab Resources

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