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An Autonomous Quadruped Manipulator for Pick and Place Applications

For today’s post Roberto Valenti, who leads the MathWorks Challenge Project program will talk about a senior design class project at University of Sheffield. Over to you,… read more >>

Excellence in Innovation: Accelerate PLL Design with Deep Learning

Recently, Liping from the Student Programs team at MathWorks had an interview with Lingfeng Lu and Jiangchuan Li, where they talked about their experience on how to use deep learning to accelerate… read more >>

The Newest Members of the MathWorks Student Programs Team!

Today’s post will introduce some of our newer members on the MathWorks Student Programs team. Our team has continued to grow in the past year, and we now have 3 new members located in Boston (US)… read more >>

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… read more >>

Virtual suspension design processes with McGill Formula Electric

For today’s blog post, Sam Reinsel is happy to host for the 2nd time the Mcgill Formula electric team at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. Kattly, Andrew, Garrett, Cyril, and Nicolas are… read more >>

Q&A with 2020 Advance Alzheimer’s Research with Stall Catchers Data Science Challenge MATLAB Bonus Award Winners

Today’s Blog feature is a Q&A with Azin Al Kajbaf and Kaveh Faraji, MATLAB Bonus Award Winners of Clog Loss: Advance Alzheimer’s Research with Stall Catchers Challenge
Azin Al Kajbaf and Kaveh…

Integrated Design Projects at Cambridge Computer Science

By Dr Francesco Ciriello, Education Customer Success Engineer based in Cambridge, UK. 
Between January and March of 2021, I mentored two student teams from the University of Cambridge on their Part… read more >>

Designing Robots to Play Rugby by Team KJSCE Robocon 1

For today’s post, Maitreyee Mordekar would like to introduce you to Team KJSCE Robocon from K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai, India. The team has scored an All-India Rank 8 in National-DD… read more >>

Predicting Dynamic Behavior of a Continuously Variable Transmission using MATLAB 1

Todays guest bloggers are Alex Silva da Purificação and Lucas Martins Ricardi from the University o f Brasília – Piratas do Cerrado Baja SAE Team. They will explain how they have utilized MATLAB… read more >>

Simulation, Scenarios, and Self-Driving – the SAE AutoDrive Way

Today’s guest blogger is Akshra Narasimhan Ramakrishnan, Education Technical Evangelist on the Student Competition team at MathWorks. She is here to talk about the models of the winners of the 2020… read more >>

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