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Formula for Success: In conversation with MathWorks Minidrone Competition – Europe, Middle East & Africa 2022 Winners

Joining us today is Manjunath Rajmohan who joined the student programs team to support the Minidrone Competition and student challenges. In today’s post, Manjunath chats with the winners of… 続きを読む >>

You’ve Got to be Modeling Me: Analysis of Past Submissions

Joining us today is Keshav Patel, who is a NSF Graduate Research Fellow at University of Utah. He was a part of the team that finished as runners-up in the 2015 MathWorks Math Modeling Challenge… 続きを読む >>

Hacking a YouTube Creator Assistant with MATLAB

Are you a content creator that is looking to make your content thumbnails more eye catching? Joining us today is Nathan Fong and Stuart Fong from Queens University in Canada! Read on to learn more… 続きを読む >>

You’ve Got to be Modeling Me

Joining us today is Wesley Hamilton, who is a STEM Outreach Engineer here at MathWorks. Wesley will talk about tackling the 2019 MathWorks Math Modeling Challenge (M3C) problem. Wesley, over to… 続きを読む >>

Weather Forecasting in MATLAB for the WiDS Datathon 2023

In today’s blog, Grace Woolson gives us an insight into how you can get started with using Machine Learning and MATLAB for Weather Forecasting to take on the WiDS Datathon 2023 challenge. Over… 続きを読む >>

Sign Me Up! – Sign Language Interpretation in MATLAB

In today’s post, Harshita Sharma joins us to talk about how she used MATLAB and Transfer Learning to build an application that helps differently abled children interpret sign language… 続きを読む >>

Is it a “b” or a “d”? See how a high school student went from having an idea to winning the Engineering Sciences Olympiad!

Today we’re talking to Guillaume Dablin, a student at the University of Technology of Compiègne, France, about how he used his passion for Engineering to find a solution to overcome his learning… 続きを読む >>

Hacking your own personal workout trainer with MATLAB and Arduino 1

Joining us today is Anthony Sharonov, Anthony recently won the Best Use of MATLAB award at Hack3, the worlds largest hackathon for high school students! Read on to learn how Anthony’s hack… 続きを読む >>

SAE AutoDrive II – Y1 MathWorks Simulation Challenge Winners

In this blog, Akshra will showcase the 1st and 3rd place winners of the MathWorks Simulation Challenge award for the SAE AutoDrive II Year 1 competition, and how they used MATLAB and Simulink to… 続きを読む >>

American Solar Challenge at MIT

In today’s post, Sam Reinsel joins us to talk about the MIT Solar Electric Vehicle team. Over to you, Sam..

Today’s blog is a follow up on a post I made last year on the American solar… 続きを読む >>

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