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EducEco Challenge

EducEco Challenge is a competition for student teams to design, build, and drive eco-designed vehicles that race on a 12,384 km course using a minimum average speed (25km/h) while consuming as little energy as possible. The use of modeling and simulation enables teams to efficiently build and strategically race their cars. This competition gathers more than 1000 students from French and European high schools and universities.

Getting Started

Loren Shure, Ph.D., a principal developer at The MathWorks, discusses the use of MATLAB in curriculum and shows demonstrations from a real course on mathematical modeling that includes math and visualization as common denominators for MATLAB users. F

MATLAB and Simulink Tutorials

Learn the basics of using MATLAB and Simulink with interactive lessons.

MATLAB Tutorial

Get started with the fundamentals of MATLAB.

Simulink Tutorial

Learn the basics, including how to model dynamical systems.

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Complimentary Software

MathWorks provides complimentary software for this competition. If your team is participating in this competition and would like to request software contact us.

Physical Modeling Training for Teams

These training materials will help your team get started with modeling, simulating, and analyzing automotive systems.

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