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Integration of Matlab and Python

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  • Brendan Iribe Center for Computer Science and Engineering
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During this hands-on, self-paced workshop, a MathWorks engineer will introduce you to calling Python libraries from MATLAB as well as using MATLAB as a computational engine from Python applications. In addition, you can build Python packages from MATLAB programs (using MATLAB Compiler SDK). This allows you to integrate Python with MATLAB without switching your programming environment. Hands-on demos of common scenarios and workflows will be provided.

This workshop is aimed to all MATLAB users at the University. The integration capabilities are available to all members of the UMD community.


Some basic familiarity with MATLAB is assumed. If you are not familiar with MATLAB or a bit rusty, you might wish to take the free self-paced MATLAB Onramp course from MathWorks (about 2 hours).

System Requirements

This is a bring-your-own-laptop style event. Before attending you want to have a recent version of MATLAB, including the Compiler SDK, installed on your laptop This is available at no charge to members of the University of Maryland community via the campus Total Academic Headcount license.


Brendan Iribe Center for Computer Science and Engineering

Brendan Iribe Center, Room 1116


For disability accommodations, please contact Carrie Groff at

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