**MATLAB WORKSHOP/TUTORIAL**

*Friday, November 16th, 1:00-5:30pm, HT 315*
The Computer Science Club in collaboration with the Least Squares (Math Club) is offering a __free__ half-day workshop/tutorial on MATLAB. The
tutorial is open to Hood students, faculty and staff and will be led by a Hood alum, Alen Agheksanterian, currently pursuing a doctorate in math at
UMBC.

**OBJECTIVE**: To gain applied, practical, hands-on experience on MATLAB functionality. There will be no theory or proofs. No prior experience with
MATLAB is required *if there is enough interest, enthusiasm and commitment* to learn the basic MATLAB commands in a 30-minute introduction.
The content is based on a series of "How-to" questions.

**TOPICS**
- How to work with MATLAB (i.e. issuing commands, basic introduction)
- How to perform basic linear algebra operations (i.e. eigenvalues, solving linear systems)
- How to plot functions of one variable
- How to write MATLAB scripts and functions (basics)
- How to plot 3D surfaces/3D graphics
- How to play with Numerical Methods (i.e. optimization, interpolation, data fitting, code solvers, etc.)
- Open for questions.

There will be a short break -- refreshments will be provided.

### Workshop material is now available here
(restricted access).

**REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED**