MATLAB EXPO 2017 United States

November 7 | San Jose, California

Join MATLAB EXPO 2017 to learn from MATLAB® and Simulink® experts, hear real-world customer use cases, and discover the latest industry trends.


The event is free, but registration is required.

MATLAB EXPO 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.


Call for Papers

Participate in MATLAB EXPO 2017 by sharing how you use MATLAB and Simulink to improve product design and solve complex challenges.

You’re invited to submit an abstract for consideration on one of the following subjects:

  • Computer vision and image processing
  • Data analytics
  • Mixed-signal ASIC design
  • Robotics and autonomous sytems
  • Wireless and communications system design
  • Control systems design

Submit your abstract by
July 28, 2017.

Looking for inspiration? Watch presentations from MATLAB EXPO 2016.

Please send your abstract and any questions you may have to

Featured Session

Mary Ann Freeman


How to Build an Autonomous Anything

Autonomous technology will touch nearly every part of our lives, changing the products we build and the way we do business. It’s not just in self-driving cars, robots, and drones; it’s in predictive engine maintenance, automated trading, medical image interpretation, and other applications. Autonomy—the ability of a system to learn to operate independently—requires three elements:

  • Massive amounts of data and computing power
  • A diverse set of algorithms, from communications and controls to vision and deep learning
  • The flexibility to leverage both cloud and embedded devices to deploy the autonomous technology

In this talk, Mary Ann Freeman shows you how engineers and scientists are combining these elements, using MATLAB® and Simulink®, to build autonomous technology into their products and services today—to build their autonomous anything.

Featured Tracks

The afternoon agenda is split into three tracks, which focus on different engineering disciplines.

Technical Computing and Data Analytics

Technical Computing and Data Analytics

Systems Modeling and Control Design

Systems Modeling and Control Design

Signal Processing, Computer Vision, and Wireless Technology

Signal Processing, Computer Vision, and Wireless Technology

What to Expect


Inspiring Keynotes

Learn about the latest trends in technical computing and Model-Based Design from MathWorks experts and leading-edge companies using MATLAB and Simulink.

Master Classes

Master Classes

Take a deep dive in MATLAB and Simulink with master classes delivered by senior MathWorks engineers.

Customer Examples

Customer Examples

Hear about real-world applications from leading MathWorks customers.



Meet with MATLAB and Simulink users, MathWorks technical engineers and product developers, and third-party partners.


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