MATLAB and Simulink Seminars

Teaching Electrical Engineering with MATLAB


Are you teaching interactively? Are you looking for ideas on distance learning for circuit labs? To help transition to an online mode of instruction, MathWorks is hosting a webinar on Simulink® for Circuit Design & Simulation.


You will learn about approaches and resources to

  • Teaching concepts of circuit design
  • Modeling & simulation of electrical & electronics circuits
  • Engaging students remotely to run lab experiments

Who Should Attend

Teaching staff and students interested in teaching Electric Circuits in a university course.


After the webinar, all registered participants will receive jump starter packages containing the resources presented during the session. These include the slides, examples and additional educational resources. We encourage you to try these examples. The following week we will hold a feedback session where we will cover additional technical demonstrations and answer any questions you might have.

By registering for the webinar, we will automatically reserve a place for you at the office hour session on July 7 at 1:00 PM CEST/4:30 PM IST.

About the Presenters

Alex Vásquez earned his Ph.D. In Robotics and Intelligent Systems from the Sorbonne University where his research involved the use of machine learning algorithms for tactile object recognition with robotic hands. He has a background in Control Systems and Electrical Engineering. During his career at MathWorks, he has focused on the modeling and control of physical systems.

Ramana Anchuri is an Engineer from the Education Team at The MathWorks, working with academia in India. He completed his undergraduate studies in Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Masters in Power Electronics from JNTU Hyderabad. Prior to joining The MathWorks, he worked with KPIT Pune as senior software engineer where he is responsible for control design for automotive engine systems and with CYIENT limited as senior software engineer responsible for developing, verifying and validating aircraft engine control systems. He is passionate about teaching and learning, and his current interests include Power Electronics and Control Design, Model-Based Design and Code Generation.

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