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Introducing the Latest Members of the Student Programs Team at MathWorks! 1

We now have 4 new members located in Natick (US) and Bangalore (India). The Student Programs team’s more recent members will be introduced in today’s post, including Emily, Ben, Roshan,… 더 읽어보기 >>

Path Planning for Formula Student Driverless Cars Using Delaunay Triangulation 5

In this blog, Veer Alakshendra will show how you can develop a basic path planning algorithm for Formula Student Driverless competitions. Before we get started, we just want to mention that you... 더 읽어보기 >>

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… 더 읽어보기 >>

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… 더 읽어보기 >>

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)… 더 읽어보기 >>

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… 더 읽어보기 >>

Requirements Verification and Validation for an Autonomous Driving Scenario

In today’s post, Akshra Ramakrishnan will talk about how to write functional requirements for a driving scenario made in Driving Scenario Designer, and write test cases to verify and validate these… 더 읽어보기 >>

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… 더 읽어보기 >>

Magic Formula Tire Modeling in Formula Student

For today’s blog post, Veer Alakshendra is happy to host Tom Teasdale from the UPBracing Formula Student team. Tom is here to discuss about the tool that he has developed for tire… 더 읽어보기 >>

Simulating Trajectory Tracking Controllers for Driverless Cars 1

Hi, everyone! In this blog, we will see how trajectory tracking controllers can be implemented in MATLAB and Simulink to make the vehicle follow a pre-defined path. Before we get started, a big… 더 읽어보기 >>

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