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MATLAB for Data Processing & Application Development
http://www.mathworks.in/company/events/seminars/seminar73555.html?s_v1=49561370_1-EJK09Q
10 Jan 2013
9:30 am to 2:30 pm
Le Meridien, Bangalore

Free seminar

This MathWorks Seminar is designed for engineers and scientists working on developing applications for data processing and are faced with the following challenges:

Repetitive, time consuming and manual data processing as well as visualization of data
Data analysis involving multiple tools
Difficulties in automating analysis in a single environment
Limitations in developing a standalone and powerful data processing application from scratch in minimal time
Experienced MathWorks engineers will demonstrate how you can use MATLAB to address these challenges by showcasing the following capabilities:

Access large datasets from many sources including Excel, databases and devices
Automate analysis and visualization of your data in MATLAB
Share results and reports quickly and easily with your colleagues
Develop custom data analysis applications
Accelerate computational and data-intensive analyses using MATLAB Parallel Computing Tools
Who Should Attend

This seminar addresses engineers and scientists across industry segments involved in performing the following tasks:

Developing and validating models using data
Data acquisition and data handling
Data analysis and processing
System characterization using historical/live data
Test and measurement
System calibration using field data
NVH, CAE, reliability analysis
Please note that this Seminar is not designed for students. If you are a student, please do not register for this seminar.

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8 August 2012
NIMHANS Convention Centre, Bangalore

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MathWorks India invites you to MATLAB EXPO 2012 on Wednesday, 8 August 2012, in Bangalore. This annual, one-day event brings together engineers and scientists from leading organizations, MathWorks specialists, and partners to learn about the latest product capabilities in MATLAB and Simulink, exchange ideas, share successful use cases, and network with industry peers. Sessions will be presented by MathWorks experts as well as customers.

A dedicated exhibition area will give you the opportunity to browse through demos, offerings, and solutions from MathWorks and partner companies.

Participation is free, but registration is required. To ensure your attendance at this year’s MATLAB EXPO, register today.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Sincerely,
MathWorks India
Marketing Team

When
Wednesday, August 8, 2012
9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
India Time

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Where
NIMHANS Convention Centre
Nimhans Hospital Premises
Hosur Road
(Landmark: Near Diary Circle)
Bangalore 560029
India

http://www.matlabexpo.com/in/agenda.html

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MATLAB for Data Analysis 10 Jan 2012

10 Jan 2012
9:30 hrs. to 14:45 hrs.
Le Meridien, BANGALORE

“Data we trust, everything else we test”, this is the theme that drives the quantitative decisions made by organizations today. Data in its raw form should undergo a series of steps before it is clean and can be used for making inferences, that help in
Justification for creating new products
Analysing the behaviour of installed systems
Forecasting
Fault analysis
Understanding parameters controlling system behaviour, etc.

Across industry segments, engineers and scientists often have significant quantities of data to analyse. They are looking for means to reduce the time needed to analyse and understand this data, they need the ability to explore and visualize the data quickly, as well as the flexibility to develop custom routines for their particular application.

This seminar shows how the interactive analysis tools in MATLAB and its library of pre-built engineering and analysis functions let you quickly and accurately analyse your data. MathWorks engineers will also introduce some of our core data analysis add-on products in the areas of statistics, signal processing, optimization, data fitting and classification.
Who Should Attend
This seminar addresses engineers and scientists across industry segments who perform the following tasks:
Developing, validating and optimizing mathematical models
Data acquisition and data handling
Data analysis
System characterization using historical/live data
Test and measurement
Calibration and design of optimized lookup-tables
NVH, CAE, reliability  analysis

 
 
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Agenda
09:30 – 10:00Registration
10:00 – 10:05Welcome address
10.05 – 11.30Data analysis with MATLAB for non-programmers
Getting data from multiple data sources into MATLAB
Smoothing and filtering of data
Comparing the accuracy of different fitting techniques
Using back-testing to measure the accuracy of your model

11:30 – 12:00Break
12:00 – 13:30Solving Data Management and Analysis Challenges
Introduction to statistical analysis and classification
Organize and analyze heterogeneous data/metadata
Techniques to  remove missing data
Capture and model trends observed in the data

13:30 – 13:45Wrap Up /Q&A
13:45 onwardsLunch

 
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Accelerating Design, Implementation, and Test of Complex Systems

18 May 2011

Join MathWorks at the MATLAB Signal Processing Virtual Conference, where you can:

•Learn the latest development techniques from leading commercial and defense companies
•See case studies on communications system design, mixed-signal design, and advanced research work
•Discover new solutions to technical problems
•Participate in live Q&A with presenters

http://events.unisfair.com/index.jsp?eid=1052&seid=31&code=Email2&s_v1=24720408_1-EJK09Q

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Mathematical modeling, Measurement, and Analysis using MATLAB

Seminar Overview
Mathematical modeling and analysis has become an integral part of the development process across the engineering industry. Scientists and engineers across domains develop mathematical models to gain insight into the behavior of a real-world system that they work with.

In this seminar MathWorks Engineers will present on the two mathematical modeling techniques that are commonly used in the industry:

Modeling systems based on their governing equations – also called first-principles modeling
Modeling systems based on field data – Focusing on data-driven modeling using statistical methods
We will be showcasing the workflow followed for both the modeling techniques and how the MathWorks solutions provide an integrated platform that fits seamlessly into them. During the session we will demonstrate, using real-world case studies, how to overcome the following challenges that engineers face while modeling:

Getting from mathematical concepts to a software model
Validation and optimization of the mathematical model against requirements
Acquiring field data from files, field instruments, and test rigs
Characterizing systems using field data
Representing real-world datasets as optimized lookup tables
Utilizing the power of multiple processing cores to speed up calculations
Deploying models across a whole organization
Please note this Seminar is not designed for students. If you are a student, please do not register for this seminar.

 Locations Dates Times

Bangalore, India 22 Mar 2011
09.30 am to 15.00 pm
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Who Should Attend
This seminar addresses engineers and scientists across industry segments who perform the following tasks:

Developing, validating and optimizing mathematical models
Data acquisition and data handling
System characterization using historical/live data
Test and measurement
Calibration and design of optimized lookup-tables
NVH, CAE, reliability analysis
Seminar Highlights
This seminar will showcase:

Mathematical modeling techniques
Expression level calculations using the Symbolic Math Toolbox
Optimization capabilities of MATLAB
Statistical methods for developing and validating models
Interfacing MATLAB with data acquisition cards
Developing interactive and automated hardware test routines
Generating optimized lookup tables
Deploying stand-alone applications from MATLAB
Parallel computing using MATLAB
Agenda
10-10.05 Welcome address

10.05 – 11.15 Introduction to Mathematical Modeling Techniques
Mathematical Modeling of a Real World System – Gantry Crane Case Study
Deriving and Solving Governing Equations using Symbolic Math
Optimizing the system design using MATLAB
Using Statistics to Analyze Uncertainty in System Models

11.15 – 11.45 BREAK

11.45 – 12.45 Characterizing a System using Live Data

Using MATLAB to acquire live data from data acquisition boards and instruments
Performing data analysis, System Characterization and Visualization with MATLAB

12.45 – 13.45 LUNCH

13.45 – 15.00 Data Driven Modeling using Statistical Methods
Generating Optimized Lookup Tables using MATLAB

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http://www.mathworks.in/company/events/seminars/seminar54175.html?s_v1=22298604_

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