An Introduction to Matlab

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General information

MATLAB is a very popular and widely used programming language and MATLAB proficiency is expected nowadays in many scientific fields. The goal of the course is to provide an introduction to MATLAB for people with some basic programming and computing skills. The students will learn how to work with variables, create scripts, analyze data, create figures, compute derivatives and integrals numerically, solve Ordinary Differential Equations and Partial Differential Equations in simple domains, etc.

A 3h practical session will be held after every lecture; the teacher will demonstrate the techniques and concepts explained during the lecture and the students will apply those concepts through practical examples and exercises.

Programme information: 

  • Day 1: What is MATLAB? When and why do I use MATLAB?. Variables. Matrix calculus refresher. The script. Reading and writing data. Programming style.
  • Day 2: Algorithms (II). Basic data analysis. Integrals and derivatives. Roots.
  • Day 3: Basic line plots. Advanced line plots. 2D plots. Surface plots. Images.
  • Day 4: Interpolation (1D and 2D). Advanced interpolation.
  • Day 5: Solving ODEs and PDE.

Number of hours (T stands for theory, P for practical and H for home work hours): 14T+16P+10H
Language: Català/Español

Contact Person: Marc Gasser (info@barcelona-ocean.com)

Content

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0588 - Scientific modelling

Venue

Venue: Institute of Marine Sciences
Barcelona, Spain

The Institute of Marine Sciences is located in Barcelona’s Villa Olimpica District between the Hospital del Mar and the Olympic Towers. 
Institut de Ciències del Mar
Passeig Marítim de la Barceloneta, 37-49
Barcelona

Application


Cost:

Full price of this course is 450€. A reduced registration fee of 360€ is applied for early registrations (20 days before the opening of the course).


Prerequisites:

Students are required to posses a basic understanding of computer programming and computer algorithms. Each student is required to bring a laptop computer with MATLAB installed and running.


Regulations:

Students attending to at least 80% of the classes will receive a certificate confirming their participation in the course, signed by the Barcelona Ocean responsible person and by the Lecturer of the course.

Qualification

Academic level: Master, PhD, Lifelong Learning
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