MATLAB (Matrix Laboratory) is a powerful computer program for solving engineering problems.  It is applicable for all engineering disciplines and many natural sciences as well.  MATLAB is rich with many functions that are provided to solve engineering problems.  By learning how to use MATLAB and having access to MATLAB, you will be able to use this software throughout your engineering education and most likely in your professional career. 

Our MATLAB (Level 2) course takes you to an advanced level in using the capabilities of MATLAB such as data analysis, data interpolation (in one dimension and two dimensions ) ,triangulation and scattered data ,cell arrays and structures , Fourier analysis , Fourier transform , and Fourier series .

In addition to the static system mentioned above , dynamic systems will  be built using integration , differentiation , and differential equations  ( BVPs, PDEs, DDEs) ; Moreover ,processing and working with audio, video , and image   and creating  GUI for these systems mentioned above . In order to ensure you will achieve these targeted objectives, you are required to prepare a Final Project

Who should attend

  • Researchers, lecturers, lab assistants and technicians.
  • IT students.
  • Anyone who is interested in the area of technical computing.

Pioneers Academy is the largest training and educational institution in the Hashemite kingdom of Jordan, offering a comprehensive range of training and developmental solutions to both individuals and corporate professionals locally and regionally. It was established in 1993 and operating a fully prepared training facility of more than 17760 square - feet with state of the art academic equipment.

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