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What's New in MATLAB and Simulink R2022a | MATLAB EXPO 2022

 Learn about new capabilities in MATLAB® and Simulink® to support your research, design, and development workflows. 

This talk highlights new tools for increasing productivity, such as interactive apps and Live Editor tasks in MATLAB for automating tasks and calculations without writing code, and new features in Simulink for running simulations in parallel. You’ll also see new capabilities for workflows involving other tools, languages, and technologies, including using Python® with MATLAB, and exporting content from Simulink as standalone functional mockup units (FMUs). Additionally, new capabilities for sharing your MATLAB code and Simulink models will be showcased, including publishing MATLAB functions as Docker container-based microservices and generating a configurable MATLAB UI from a Simulink model.

Heather Gorr is a senior product marketing manager for MATLAB, leading technical marketing content in data science, AI, deployment, and advanced MATLAB and Python programming. She has supported MATLAB users in the areas of mathematics, data science, deep learning, and application deployment since 2013. Prior to joining MathWorks, she was a research fellow focused on machine learning for prediction of fluid concentrations. Heather holds a Ph.D. in materials science engineering from the University of Pittsburgh, and a master of science and bachelor of science in physics from Penn State University. She is also a musician and student at Berklee College of Music Online, pursuing advanced music production.

Michael Carone is a principal product marketing manager for Simulink at MathWorks, focusing on ways to bring Model-Based Design to the cloud. His background is in mechanical engineering and engineering design methodologies. He previously worked as an industry marketing analyst and product marketing manager for Stateflow. Michael has a master of science from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a bachelor of science from Lehigh University, both in mechanical engineering.

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