MathWorks Math Modeling Challenge (M3 Challenge) developed material for a free online workshop geared to high school math teachers and students that will introduce and expand existing knowledge of math modeling and technical computing techniques for solving open-ended problems based on real issues. Four date and time options are offered for the same two-hour workshop – so that you can choose what works best for you.
NOTE for past webinar participants – the material presented in each of these four sessions will be largely the same as the content of previous two-hour online webinars (recall the CATS CATS CATS problem) presented in February 2021, October 2020, and June 2020.
Teams – coaches and students – who are interested in exploring MATLAB as a way to analyze, visualize, and solve modeling problems.
MATLAB® is a programming language that allows you to analyze data, develop algorithms, and create models in an easy-to-use desktop environment. This hands-on webinar presents the essentials you need to use MATLAB to solve a typical math modeling question. This webinar is for teams who want to learn more about MATLAB and how to use it for modeling.
In this hands-on webinar, attendees will learn to calculate population growth data, visualize and format data graphically, and perform analysis to observe data trends via an accessible and engaging problem.
Key topics include:
- Navigating MATLAB desktop
- Working with variables in MATLAB
- Using MATLAB functions
- Creating informative data visualizations
- Conducting computational analysis
- Automating analysis with scripts and programming constructs
- Exporting MATLAB scripts for sharing
Instructor: Tanya Kuruvilla- Technical Evangelist, MathWorks
This program and computing module is based on a problem developed by Dr. Ben Galluzzo at Clarkson University.
Program: Introduction to MATLAB for Math Modeling
Four Dates Available: November 20, 2021, December 9, 2021, January 19, 2022, February 5, 2022
Time: Varies by date – go to registration page
Duration: 2 hours
Place: Your computer! Details and login for WebEx will be transmitted to confirmed registrants in the week prior to the program.
Prerequisites: Since we will learn the basics of MATLAB, no prerequisite knowledge is required. Prior to the workshop you will need to set up a free MathWorks account and request software. Request a MATLAB license so you can follow along. Please allow a week for your request to be processed and to receive instructions to associate to the license for the webinar.
Certificates: For any teachers who can use this for professional development or continuing education, certificates of complete will be available upon request.
Looking forward to sharing time and information with you!
–MathWorks Math Modeling Challenge (M3 Challenge)