Accelerating the pace of engineering

Accelerating the pace of engineering


The 2019-20 School of Engineering MathWorks Fellows are using MATLAB and Simulink to advance discovery and innovation across disciplines.

Founded in 1984 by Jack Little ’78 and Cleve Moler, MathWorks was built on the premise of providing engineers and scientists with more powerful and productive computation environments. In 1985, the company sold its very first order — 10 copies of its first product, MATLAB — to MIT.

Read the article on MIT News:
news.mit.edu/2020/accelerating-pace-engineering-mathworks-fellows-0128