Using MATLAB with Python

Flash Seminarroom (DESY)

Flash Seminarroom


Building 28c, 2nd floor

Note: The webinar will be hosted by Mathworks.

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Michelle Hirsch (the speaker) had to cancel her visit to Germany. The meeting will therefore (unfortunately) take place as a virtual webinar.

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MATLAB provides flexible, two-way integration with many  programming languages, including Python. This allows  different teams to work together, spending more time  developing products and less time recording in another language, and using MATLAB algorithms within production software and IT systems. This presentation will cover how to call MATLAB from Python and how to call Python libraries from MATLAB


14:00 14:15 Welcome and Introduction
14:15 15:15 Using MATLAB with Python
15:15 15:45 Q&A

Target Attendees

MATLAB users, Python users


Michelle Hirsch is the head of MATLAB Product Management and MATLAB Product Marketing at MathWorks. Michelle drives overall strategy, direction, and messaging for MATLAB. She is a principal design coach and develops and delivers MathWorks most visible keynote presentations. Michelle has more than 25 years of experience with MATLAB, including 7 years traveling the world speaking with MATLAB users and 15 years in her current role. Prior to joining MathWorks in 2000, she was an acoustician for Boeing. Michelle has a B.S. in physics and mathematics from the College of William and Mary, a M.S. in acoustics from Pennsylvania State University, and a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from the University of Delaware.




Using MATLAB with Python
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