MATLAB workshop resources

MATLAB recently delivered a face-to-face workshop at BU exploring some of the functionality of the tool, including data processing in a live script environment. The second half of the workshop focused on using MATLAB for AI and deep learning, and you can find a recording of this part of the session below.

AI and deep learning with MATLAB – click on the image to watch the recording

Online training suite

BU has an institutional licence for MATLAB, Simulink, and add-on products. Faculty, researchers, and students may use these products for teaching, research, and learning and the licence allows individuals to install the products on university-owned equipment, as well as personally owned computers.

The licence also provides free access to interactive courses through their Online Training Suite via BU’s MATLAB Portal. The courses are designed to learn interactively and study at your own pace, and include:

  • MATLAB Fundamentals
    Learn core MATLAB functionalities for data analysis, modelling and programming
  • MATLAB for Data Processing and Visualization
    Create custom visualizations and automate your data analysis tasks
  • MATLAB Programming Techniques
    Improve the robustness, flexibility, and efficiency of your MATLAB code
  • Machine Learning with MATLAB
    Explore data and build predictive models
  • Deep Learning with MATLAB
    Learn how to build deep neural networks with real-life image and sequence data

If you are linked to your Campus-Wide License, you are automatically enrolled and can get started at

Further resources

Future workshops

MATLAB have indicated that they are happy to repeat this session online if there is enough interest. If you missed this session or have an interest in attending an online workshop with MATLAB, please contact

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