Engineering education involves a fine balance between teaching theory and imparting practical problem-solving skills. Educators are also challenged to provide real-world examples that enable students to appreciate how the theory being taught in class can be applied in industry. The use of Simulink models in class and throughout a course exposes students to a tool that is widely used in industry to design and model complex systems. At the same time, large-scale models can be used to illustrate how theoretical concepts relate to the bigger picture and how they can be applied to solve real-world problems.
In this session, we provide practical methods for incorporating Simulink in the classroom to enhance teaching of technical concepts. We investigate how Data analytics, signal processing and control systems models can help to bridge the gap between theory and application, thus providing extra motivation for students. We also discuss how using interactive models in class can help to address the different learning styles of students, allowing them to learn more actively. Finally, we review resources that help you incorporate MATLAB & Simulink throughout a course.
Application Engineer, MathWorks India
Dhirendra Singh is an application engineer at MathWorks India specializing in physical modeling, robotics and control systems. He has over 10 years of experience in Product Development, mathematical modeling and software development. He has worked in the field of thermodynamics, aerospace, power systems, home appliance and robotics.
Prior to joining MathWorks, Dhirendra worked for the advanced development group at the Whirlpool Global Technical Center developing models of compressors, heat exchangers, and various refrigerants using MATLAB and Simulink. He previously worked with Crompton Greaves on power transformers and SIPAL Italy on aerospace projects from Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
He has a Bachelorís Degree and a Masterís Degree in mechanical engineering with specialization in CAD and automation from IIT Bombay.
Territory Manager, MathWorks India
|10:15 am - 10:30 am||Welcome Address|
|10:30 pm -1:00 pm||MATLAB and Simulink in Engineering Education
|1:00 pm - 2:00 pm||Lunch Break|
|2:00 pm -3:30 pm||
|10:30 am -1:00 pm||Mechanical engineering and Control System Concepts Using MATLAB and Simulink.
|1:00 pm - 2:00 pm||Lunch Break|
|Prashant Upadhyaya||Aligarh Muslim University|
|Surya Pratap Singh||MNNIT, Allahabad|
|Mohd Taha Parvez||Aligarh Muslim University|
|Chordiya Jayesh Subhash||NIT Jamshedpur|
|Ganesh Singh Yadav||BIET Jhansi|
|Shekhar Yadav||MMMUT, Gorakhpur|
|Dr. Navdeep Singh||MMMUT, Gorakhpur|
|Rakesh Ranjan Kumar||NIT Jamshedpur|
|Awadhesh Kumar||MMMUT, Gorakhpur|
|Ashish Kumar Mishra||PSIT, Bhauti,Kanpur|
|Sandhya Rani Verma||H.B.T.U Kanpur|
|Chhama Awasthi||H.B.T.U Kanpur|
|Dr. Syed Javed Ahmad Rizvi||Aligarh Muslim University|
|Shravan Kumar||MMMUT Gorakhpur|
|Yogesh Tripathi||MNNIT Allahabad|
|Siddharth Bhardwaj||Aligarh Muslim University|
|Mohd Mukhtar Alam||Aligarh Muslim University|
|Mrs. Saima Zarrin||Aligarh Muslim University|
|Rahul Mankotia||MNNIT Allahabad|
|Afzal Amanullah||Aligarh Muslim University|
|Deepak Mittal||MNNIT Allahabad|
|Chandrajeet Yadav||KNIT Sultanpur|
|Satyendra Singh||KNIT Sultanpur|
|Prashant Kumar||IIT (ISM) Dhanbad|
|Amr Abdullah Ahmed Alammari||AMU|
|Pravin Kumar Shukla||MNNIT Allahabad|
|Himanshu Gangwar||University Institute of Engineering and Technology, Kurukshetra University|
|Sachin Vashistha||University Institute of Engineering and Technology, Kurukshetra University|
|Rajeev Yadav||Government Engineering College, Ajmer|
|Kamal Singh||Government Engineering College, Ajmer|