MATLAB Workshops, Offered by Mathematics Department

Posted on 9/9/2013 3:16:26 PM

Ed Donley of the Mathematics Department will be offering two workshops on MATLAB, a high-level programming language and interactive environment for numerical computation, visualization, and programming. 

Session 1 : Introduction to MATLAB with Programming

  • September 16, 5:05–6:20 p.m., Stright 220
  • Learn to write programs in MATLAB. Examples will include Newton's root-finding method and fractals, and sound wave analysis.

Session 2 : Image Processing with MATLAB

  • September 23, 5:05–6:20 p.m., Stright 220 
  • Transform and analyze photographs with MATLAB using basic mathematical  operations. Topics will include changing contrast, eliminating noise, and finding edges.

Due to the limited number of seats in STRGT220, please respond by e-mail to Yu-Ju Kuo at to confirm your participation by noon on Monday, September 16.

Department of Mathematics