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Case Western Reserve University provides unlimited use of MATLAB and Simulink products to all faculty, staff and students

Case Western Reserve University signed a campuswide license agreement with MathWorks to provide all faculty, staff and students with access to MATLAB, Simulink and all of the related Toolboxes. The new license permits the installation of MATLAB and Simulink on both campus-managed and user-owned computers.  Additionally, everyone has access to MathWorks learning resources, including self-paced, online training, to quickly develop their MATLAB and Simulink skills.

MATLAB software allows users to express computational mathematics, while built-in graphics make it easy to visualize and gain insights from data. MATLAB helps users take their ideas beyond the desktop by enabling them to run analyses on larger data sets, and scale up to clusters and clouds.

Case Western Reserve University’s adoption of MATLAB and Simulink further demonstrates our commitment to continuously enhancing the learning environment by providing anywhere access to cohesive, industry-standard tools.

To access the Mathworks portal, visit the University Technology Software Center.