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Matlab -- BE0B17MTB

The course introduces students to the Matlab environment and develops the ability to solve simple problems they will face during their studies and subsequent practice. Students will be acquainted with all the basic parts of Matlab, which outlines, e.g. Certified Matlab Associate Exam.

Coronavirus related measures

  1. Distance learning will take place online using Microsoft Teams. All students were assigned to the team.
  2. One week in advance, a lecture in PDF format will be uploaded on this website and in the channel of the given week on MS Teams.
  3. First three lectures will be presented classically.
  4. From the third week, there will be a short introduction to the following week's topic at the end of the class. Then the students have a week to study the given topic, i.e. go through the theory (gray slides are also voluntary) and try examples, both inside and at the end of the lecture.
  5. The following week, during the exercises, MO 16:15 (CZ) and ST 16:15 (EN), there will be a short summary and a demonstration of the solution of examples. You can write your questions to the chat in the channel of the relevant lecture during the whole week. These questions will be answered in the chat or during the class.
  6. In case of questions, please number them, i.e. for example [# 1], [# 2], … [#N], etc., so that we can address them if necessary.
  7. The schedule of homework, projects, and course evaluation remain unchanged. Details will be provided by teachers on an ongoing basis according to the current situation.


Students will learn how to efficiently use both basic and advanced Matlab functions, including graphic user interface design. Emphasis will be put on problem analysis and implementation, understanding Matlab documentation, debugging user-defined functions, and independent work with Matlab (proved by work on the project). Knowledge acquired can be applied to a broad spectrum of courses taught at FEE (processing labs, final projects) and can be used in a future professional career.

Prerequisites: Knowledge of basic concepts of programming is necessary (high school level is sufficient). Completion of basic mathematics courses is an advantage (1st semester).


Elective course (type F / V), led by computer laboratories (3 hours of computer laboratories, without lectures)

Link on the description of the course

Extent of teaching

0+3 (lectures + laboratories)/week

4 credits, KZ (graded assessment)


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Use the e-mail matlab@fel.cvut.cz to send solutions to bonus exercises, apologies, or general questions about the Matlab course.

To arrange consultations on specific semester projects, contact individual teachers.

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