Simulink is an add-on product to MATLAB that allows users to rapidly create virtual prototypes and models—handy for testing out new ideas and concepts on the fly when you’re designing a product. This course covers the basics of Simulink and will show you how to create models and run simulations of physical systems with real, project-based approaches. Follow along as you build 10 Simulink projects with the instructor, and you’ll have complete access to all of the Simulink models and slides to reference whenever you need.
- Access 40 lectures & 4.5 hours of content 24/7
- Walk through the Simulink basics & get real, project-based training
- Follow along & create 10 Simulink projects, like a battery model & PID controller
- Enjoy complete access to all of the course’s Simulink models & slides
Ryan Ahmed is a best-selling online instructor who is passionate about education and technology. Ryan’s mission is to make quality education accessible and affordable to everyone. Ryan holds a Ph.D. degree in Engineering from McMaster* University, with focus on Mechatronics and Electric Vehicle (EV) control. He also received a Master’s of Applied Science degree from McMaster, with focus on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and an MBA in Finance from the DeGroote School of Business.
Ryan held several engineering positions at Fortune 100 companies globally. Most recently, he worked as a Systems Engineering Lead at Samsung America and as a Senior Scientific Research and Experimental Development Technical Specialist at Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Canada. Ryan has taught several courses on Engineering, Science, Technology and Mathematics to over 10,000+ students globally. He is the recipient of the best paper award at the IEEE Transportation Electrification Conference and Expo (iTEC 2012) in Detroit, MI, USA.
Ryan is a Stanford Certified Project Manager (SCPM), certified Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) in Ontario, a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), and a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). He is also the program Co-Chair at the 2017 IEEE Transportation and Electrification Conference (iTEC’17) in Chicago, IL, USA.