MathWorks and edX announce new MATLAB course offering
NATICK, Mass .– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – MathWorks, the leading developer of mathematical calculation software for engineers and scientists, in partnership with edX, the world’s leading online learning platform, today announced the availability of The Basics of MATLAB, an introductory course in the widely used programming environment, via edX. Course registration is now open at www.edx.org/course/matlab-Essentials.
The Basics of MATLAB was created as an introductory course for students and professionals who need to learn MATLAB® to advance their education or career. Millions of engineers and scientists around the world use MATLAB to create advanced applications in machine learning, deep learning, signal processing, communications, image processing, and systems control.
Students in the course will master the essentials of MATLAB to perform data visualization, data analysis, programming, and application design interactively with minimal code writing time. The course lasts approximately four weeks, and when completed, learners will be able to process, analyze, and visualize the data collected almost anywhere in today’s digital world. Additionally, the course will equip participants with the skills to prepare for the MathWorks Certified MATLAB Associate exam. The certification verifies valuable transferable skills to help accelerate academic and professional growth.
“Growth in the high-tech sector due to Industry 4.0 continues to accelerate, which means an even greater demand for workers with basic programming skills like MATLAB,” said Anant Agarwal, founder of ‘edX and professor at MIT. “Partnering with MathWorks to deliver this essential course to our community of 40 million learners means more people will have access to this career-relevant knowledge, giving them a head start in the competitive job market. ”
“MathWorks is committed to accelerating engineering and science education, and opening up access to MATLAB to learners around the world,” said Craig Santos, director of training services at MathWorks. “EdX is renowned for its high-caliber curriculum and user-friendly platform, and this course provides a solid foundation for those looking to develop MATLAB skills. We look forward to delivering additional learning content through edX in the future.
More details on the The Basics of MATLAB can be found here: www.edx.org/course/matlab-Essentials.
edX is the educational movement for restless learners and a global online learning platform from 2U, Inc. (Nasdaq: TWOU). Working with the majority of the world’s top-ranked universities and industry-leading companies, we bring our community of over 40 million learners world-class education to support them at every stage of their lives and careers. , from free courses to full diplomas. And we don’t stop there – we relentlessly pursue our vision of a world where every learner can access education to unlock their potential, without the barriers of cost or location. Learn more at edX.org.
MathWorks is the leading developer of mathematical calculation software. MATLAB, the language of engineers and scientists, is a programming environment for algorithm development, data analysis, visualization, and numerical computation. Simulink is a block diagram environment for simulation and model-based design of multidomain and embedded engineering systems. Engineers and scientists around the world rely on these products to accelerate the pace of discovery, innovation and development in the automotive, aerospace, communications, electronics, automotive, and automotive industries. industrial automation and others. MATLAB and Simulink® are also fundamental teaching and research tools in universities and educational institutions around the world. Founded in 1984, MathWorks employs more than 5,000 people in 16 countries, with its headquarters in Natick, Massachusetts, United States. For more information, visit mathworks.com.
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