MathWorks has previewed the agenda for MATLAB EXPO 2022 to be held live across multiple international time zones during May 17–18, 2022.
The event will feature more than 50 sessions and interactive workshops spanning nine focus areas including AI, autonomous systems, electrification, 5G, and engineering education.
Attendance is free and registration is now open.
MATLAB EXPO 2022 will highlight the latest features and capabilities of MATLAB® and Simulink® through real-world examples and hands-on demonstrations, while providing a forum for engineers, scientists, and researchers to share knowledge, network with peers, and talk to MathWorks experts.
The conference also will offer interactive workshops using MATLAB Online and Simulink Online, as well as a digital exhibition area showcasing MathWorks partners and affiliates.
Engineers, scientists, and educators are actively engaged in the fight against climate change. In her keynote, “Save the Earth: Accelerate Climate Science and Electrify Everything,” Tanya Morton will highlight how they are using MATLAB and Simulink to advance climate research, and achieve breakthroughs in the development of electrified products and systems, and train the next generation to innovate even further.
As an online event, MATLAB EXPO 2022 is open to participants from around the world. On each day of the show, the event will be repeated in four blocks of 3.5 hours each for participants in four time zones.
Those located in Asia (start 09:00 a.m. IST), Europe (start 10:00 a.m. CEST), U.S. East (start 09:00 a.m. EDT) and U.S. West (start 10:00 a.m. PDT) will have the opportunity to select sessions from any block to suit their schedules.
MathWorks is the leading developer of mathematical computing software. MATLAB, the language of engineers and scientists, is a programming environment for algorithm development, data analysis, visualization, and numeric computation.
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Engineers and scientists worldwide rely on these products to accelerate the pace of discovery, innovation, and development in automotive, aerospace, communications, electronics, industrial automation, and other industries.