Virtual Labs with MATLAB and Simulink
Recorded: February 25, 2021 at 2:00pm ET
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Developing new virtual lab activities or moving a laboratory course completely online while achieving learning objectives is challenging. It can be difficult to reproduce the collaborative and interactive learning environment that helps develop the soft skills needed for global industry. In this webinar, you will find ideas and resources for creating online labs using MATLAB and Simulink.
We will explore different approaches to implementing online labs including simulations, remotely accessed hardware, and home lab kits. Examples of these approaches using MATLAB and Simulink will be presented. We will also discuss strategies for creating engaging student experiences by incorporating tools within MATLAB and Simulink that enhance interactivity such as MATLAB apps, live scripts, and Simulink Online.
By attending this webinar, you will...
- Learn how to map the fundamental components of lab work in engineering education to online formats.
- Find out how to enhance student interactivity using tools such as MATLAB apps, live scripts, and Simulink Online.
- Learn to create visually engaging lab activities using MATLAB and Simulink.
- Observe how simulation can teach students new insights beyond what may be gleaned during in-person labs.
Customer Success Engineer
Chad Allie is a Customer Success Engineer for The MathWorks (makers of MATLAB/Simulink) that partners with university faculty in their teaching and research endeavors. The goal of the role is to help customers discover and explore how they can use MATLAB in their work to ultimately create a more interactive learning experience and streamline workflows. Chad mainly supports universities and research labs in the southwest US.
Before joining The MathWorks, Chad worked with Boeing Commercial Airplanes in Seattle, WA as a Propulsion Engineer – focusing on complex fuel systems. This type of work exclusively used MATLAB/Simulink to design, analyze, test and certify the final product. Chad holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Central Florida and a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Washington.
Applied Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Tulsa
Douglas Jussaume is an Applied Associate Professor with the University of Tulsa Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. He teaches the Electric Circuit Analysis, Electric Power Systems, Radio Frequency Engineering and Senior Design 1 and 2 courses. Doug received his Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering degrees and a Master of Science degree from the University of Tulsa. Prior to teaching at TU, Doug worked for Spirit Aerosystems as the Senior Engineering Manger on the G280 Wing Program, responsible for the wing’s complete structural design and certification testing. He also worked on the Boeing 787 program as the Stress Manager for Spirit’s 787 Fixed and Leading-Edge Program. His prior experience includes working for Rockwell International and Boeing in Tulsa on various aerospace programs.