MATLAB Day Ostschweiz

Location Venue Start Date End Date
Widnau, Switzerland
Businesshotel Forum Widnau 7 Nov 2019 - 08:30 7 Nov 2019 - 15:00


MATLAB Day Ostschweiz brings together engineers, researchers, and scientists to hear real-world examples, get hands-on demonstrations, and learn more about the latest features and capabilities of MATLAB® and Simulink®. Gain insights into real-world applications and hear from a customer about the benefits they gained, challenges they faced, and lessons they learned while using MATLAB and Simulink. 

Seminar followed by “technical meetings” upon request. 


  • Updates on software development practices and how to accomplish these using latest capabilities
  • See how leading industrial company Atlas Copco reduced cost of ownership of whole product lifecycle by integrating simulation and data analytics
  • Learn how MATLAB empowers engineers and scientists to apply deep learning for time series data
  • MathWorks engineers will be available for technical meetings, specific to your needs. Contact Marcel Heim ( to book your slot by October 31. Topics include, but not limited to:
    • Systems engineering, requirements-based testing, project management
    • Sensor Fusion and tracking, automated driving and robotics systems
    • Predictive maintenance
    • Embedded deployment (FPGA/SoC/GPU/MCU) workflows for artificial intelligence, motor/power control, vision applications

Who Should Attend

  • Engineers, Algorithm Developers, Project Managers in the domain of modelling and simulation
  • AI enthusiasts
  • Managers interested in using technical computing for state-of-the-art development workflows
  • No prior knowledge of MATLAB is required

About the Presenters

Matthias Sommer is a senior application engineer at MathWorks in Bern, Switzerland. He supports, amongst others, customers in the medical and finance industries. His focus areas are data analytics, particularly machine learning and deep learning, high-performance computing, statistics, and numerical analysis. Before joining MathWorks, Matthias was a senior scientist at the universities of Berlin, Vienna, and Munich. He holds a degree in theoretical physics and a Ph.D. in geophysics. 

Stephan van Beek is a European technical specialist working closely with new and existing customers on the adoption of SoC/FPGA design flows. Prior to this, Stephan worked in the electronic design methodology group at Océ-Netherlands, and he also worked in the motion control systems group at Anorad Europe BV. Stephan has a BSc. degree in electrical engineering from the Polytechnic in Eindhoven.


Time Title


Registration and Welcome Coffee




Minimizing Cost of Ownership with Simulation and Digital Twins (Video)

Carl Wouters, Atlas Copco


What’s New in MATLAB and Simulink


Coffee Break


AI Techniques in MATLAB for Signal, Time-Series, and Text Data


Lunch Break


Software Development Practices in MATLAB

Engineers and scientists increasingly adopt practices from software development to write programs that are easy to debug, verify, and maintain. In this talk, you will learn how to integrate MATLAB® with source control systems like GitHub™ and integration servers like Jenkins, which also facilitates Agile development. You will additionally learn how to test code with the MATLAB Unit Test Framework and manage code with projects.




Technical meetings specific to your needs upon request - Please contact Marcel Heim (

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