In this interactive session, a MathWorks engineer will introduce you to the basics of MATLAB with a focus on Mathematical Modelling, Data Analytics and Machine Learning.

Download and Install MATLAB Campus License


Session Time Session Name Topics Speaker
9:30 AM
10:30 AM
License and access to MATLAB
  • Introduction to the Campus-Wide License.
  • Customized MATLAB Portal Demonstration for IISER Bhopal.
  • How to announce the license to existing MATLAB users, who will be excited to have unlimited access to the tools they need to teach their courses, conduct research, and complete project-based assignments.
  • How to deliver proactive communications to promote the license to everyone on campus, helping CUSAT community gain additional value from the license.
  • Awareness materials
Mr. Obaid Ullah
Tea Break of 15 minutes.
10:45 AM
11:45 AM
MATLAB for Mathematical Modeling
  • Matrix manipulation
  • Symbolic operations
  • Solving ODEs and PDEs- analytical and numerical approach
  • Optimization problems

  • Data handling and statistics
  • Pre-processing data
  • Classification of data
  • Machine Learning Models
  • Intro to Deep Learning in MATLAB
Dr. Souvick Chatterjee
11:45 AM
12:45 PM
Data Analytics and Machine Learning


Obaid Ullah


Mr. Obaid is currently working as Education Customer Success Specialist at MathWorks. He has an experience of 10+ years in Customer Success with a demonstrated history of working in the computer software industry. Skilled in User Adoption, On-boarding Activities, Building Awareness, Reporting & Analysis, Customer Service, Technical Support, and Application Support. Strong support professional with a Bachelor's degree focused in Business/Commerce.

Souvick Chatterjee, PhD


Dr. Souvick is currently an Educational Technical Evangelist at MathWorks. He completed B.E. in Mechanical Engineering from Jadavpur University in 2009, after which a dual M.S.-PhD degree from Jadavpur University and Virginia Tech. He is recipient of Best PhD Thesis Award and Young Scientist Award from International Society for Energy, Environment and Sustainability. He worked in University of Illinois at Chicago as postdoctoral associate and at EnterpriseWorks Chicago as strategy consultant for commercialization of academic innovations. He has co-authored 18 journal articles, 2 book chapters and is co-inventor of 2 US patents. In his current role in MathWorks, he is advocating computational thinking and model-based product-oriented interdisciplinary approach in research and education partnering with universities across the country.