Learn Technical Computing

What is Technical Computing?

Technical Computing is the application of mathematical and computational principles to solve practical real-world problems.

What is MATLAB and How can MATLAB help in the Challenge?

MATLAB is a programming environment for algorithm development, data analysis, visualization, and numeric computation. Millions of engineers and scientists rely on MATLAB to take on real world problems and challenges.

MATLAB can help your team be more effective and save time during the challenge by providing key insight into data and helping derive models and results. You can use MATLAB to:

  • Import and analyze data
  • Develop mathematical models
  • Visualize data
  • Help derive and share results

If your team decides to use a programming platform other than spreadsheets, you could be eligible for the M3 Technical Computing Scholarship Award.


get complimentary access to matlab

Coaches/team leaders can request free software for their team. With  your free software you will receive access to MATLAB Online, which allows you to use MATLAB directly in your web browser without having to install the product.

 

Request License

get started with MATLAB

Follow the Get Started with MATLAB Guide to learn how to access MATLAB, learn how to code through free resources, and more!
 
 
 

Access the Guide


How can I teach with MATLAB and Simulink?

This curriculum is a collection of 10 mathematics tasks designed for students in Years 10-12. 

10 Tasks on Math Modeling Courseware 

 

Explore high school MATLAB and Simulink courseware in engineering, mathematics, programming, and robotics. 

MATLAB for Primary and Secondary Schools

m3 cody challenge

Are you new to MATLAB or just want to want to brush up your MATLAB skills to prepare for M3 Challenge? Participate in the M3 Cody Challenge, a game that helps sharpen your programming skills by solving problems and interacting with other members of the MATLAB community. Solve the problem group for a chance to win prizes!

 

Participate in the Challenge