Amrita MATLAB user forum
SCIENCTIFIC COMPUTING SUPPORT TO STUDNETS TO WORK FROM HOME
Amrita College of Engineering and Technology offers to faculty and students to practice MATLAB, a software from MathWorks Limited used for machine learning, signal processing, image processing, computer vision, communications, computational finance, control design, robotics, etc. to improve their scientific computing skills useful for solving variety of engineering problems.
Staff and students of Amrita Institutions can become members of the Amrita MATLAB user forum. Campus - wide MATLAB License called Total Academic Headcount (TAH) with unlimited access to MATLAB and Simulink products of MathWorks is made available for the members of Amrita MATLAB user forum from the AY 2018-19.
The primary objective of providing this service is to accelerate Learning and Research inside the Campus.
KEEP TEACHING | KEEP LEARNING | KEEP WORKING DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC.
With the Campus-wide License, members have on/off campus access to MATLAB, Simulink and all their product offerings. Campus-wide License have access to the most up-to-date suite of MATLAB and Simulink products available for academic use. Faculty can engage students also in research and enable the student to focus initially on solving less complex research problems using MATLAB. TAH allows faculty, researchers, staff, and students to download and install all the licensed products on their work and personal computers and practice to build their MATLAB and Simulink skills.
ACCESS TO SOFTWARE
For personal computers, MATLAB can be downloaded and installed locally using the following instructions. After install, no network or VPN connection is required.
Please follow these links for further access instructions and information:
Details of cloud-based tools available are given below:
MATLAB Online – Run MATLAB in a web browser
MATLAB Drive – Work with your MATLAB files from anywhere
MATLAB Mobile – Use MATLAB on Mobile
TRAINING RESOURCES FROM MATHWORKS
Amrita MATLAB user forum is currently using training services provided by MathWorks and the links for getting more information are given below:
MATLAB Online – Faculty and students can get instant access to MATLAB from a web browser (requires that they associate to our TAH license). This is particularly useful for anyone new to MATLAB who would like to try it out prior to downloading the software.
Webinar on "Industry Trends of the day and roadmap for Engineers in the context of the available resources under MathWorks’s Campus-wide License Program"
Date: 19th June 2020 (Friday)
Time: 02:30 PM to 03:30 PM
Mode: Microsoft Teams Meeting (Link to the meeting is given below)
A brief agenda is as follows:
• Introduction to MATLAB
• Industry and Academic Trends and footprints of MathWorks tools
• Campus-Wide License for Amrita Institutions, Nagercoil
• MATLAB resources available for the faculty of Amrita Institutions.
• Satyaki Roy Singha, Customer Success Specialist, MathWorks
• Vinay Subrahmanya, Account Manager, MathWorks