Name: MatLab for Faculty & Staff
Description: MATLAB is the easiest and most productive software for engineers and scientists. Whether you’re analyzing data, developing algorithms, or creating models, MATLAB provides an environment that invites exploration and discovery. It combines a high-level language with a desktop environment tuned for iterative engineering and scientific workflows.  For more information, see Matlab features.
OS Supported: Linux, Mac, Windows
Available to: Faculty & Staff
Cost: No Charge
How to Get: Faculty & Staff
Administrators have been setup to administer the licenses/software for their departments & faculties.  To get access to this software, please contact the Administrators for your faculty or department.  If there are no ‘Administrators’ assigned for your department, please contact the ITS Service Desk to request access to the Matlab software.This license is also available to any Grad TAs and Research Students who are being paid by the university.

All Other Students can access the “Matlab for Students Self-Serve website ” to get access to the Matlab software products.  (Please note that you will need to login to the above website with your MC1 credentials).

Faculty & Grad Students wishing to setup a lab, please contact the Administrators for your department or faculty. If there are no ‘Administrators’ assigned for your department, please contact the ITS Service Desk to request lab setup.

This software is also available via the Student Labs on campus.  See Student Lab Locations for more information.

Please note that this software is only available via download through a Carleton Matlab Account and is not available at Hardware Services.

License Details: Matlab TAH Campus-wide Agreement for MATLAB, Simulink, and includes all available Toolboxes.
Documentation: Matlab TAH Quickstart Guide
Support & Resources: Free Online Training is now available through your Carleton Matlab Account by selecting ‘Get Access to Free Online Courses’

Limited support is available for Carleton Matlab Account issues, please contact the ITS Service Desk to submit your request for help.

All other requests for help with the Matlab software can be directed to the Departmental Administrators or to MathWorks Support

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