Seminar on "MATLAB and Simulink for Predictive Analytics, Signal Processing & Controls Applications"
21st February 2018
A one day seminar on “MATLAB and Simulink for Predictive Analytics, Signal Processing & Controls Applications” was organized by Mathworks at The Park, New Delhi on 21th February 2018.
Mr. Amit Jain, Asst. Professor, Electronics & Communication Engineering Department, Dronacharya Group of Institutions, Greater Noida attended the seminar.
The focus of the seminar was :
- Predictive Analytics using MATLAB and Simulink
- Image Processing and Computer Vision Using MATLAB
- Signal Processing and Communications System Design
- Design, optimize, and verify mechatronic systems
- During the session they will demonstrate, using real-world case studies and how MathWorks solutions provide an integrated platform for system design and analysis.
Mr. Amit Doshi, Application Engineer, Mathworks started the session explaining Predictive Analysis and Signal Processing using MATLAB and Simulink. He explained how to apply artificial intelligence to any system. Then he explained various features of 2017b version of MATLAB and and its application. He discussed the difference between machine learning and deep learning.
The second session on Image Processing and Computer Vision Using MATLAB was conducted by Mr. Rishu Gupta, Application Engineer, Mathworks. He discussed the following topics:
- Working with large images, image sets and videos
- Image processing on 3D datasets
- Machine learning and deep learning for images
- Dataset labeling for learning algorithms
- Implementing and prototyping algorithms on hardware
Third and the last session focused on Control Application with the following topics :
- Create custom components with Simscape language
- Automatically tune parameters of components to meet system requirements
- Run simulations in real-time for HIL testing
- Model based design for Mechatronics system simulation using Simscape (Physical Modeling)
- Multi-Body Dynamics Simulation using SimMechanics
- Control system design and analysis
- Demo of Magnetic Levitation system using Arduino
This seminar was quite informative and covered the emerging fields of Automation, Machine Learning and Signal Processing. Design and analysis of a mathematical model of a system is gaining importance, primarily due to understanding and accurately predicting complex systems, scenario testing, forecasting, optimizing system behavior and designing control systems. Students too can design their projects using Simulink and Simscape.
The seminar ended with informal meetings.