Academia

EducEco Challenge

EducEco Challenge is a competition for student teams to design, build, and drive eco-designed vehicles that race on a 13,143 km course using a minimum average speed (25km/h) while consuming as little energy as possible. The use of modeling and simulation enables teams to efficiently build and strategically race their cars. This competition gathers more than 1000 students from French and European high schools and universities.

Loren Shure, Ph.D., a principal developer at The MathWorks, discusses the use of MATLAB in curriculum and shows demonstrations from a real course on mathematical modeling that includes math and visualization as common denominators for MATLAB users.

Complimentary Software

MathWorks provides complimentary software for this competition. If your team is participating in this competition and needs software, fill out the software request form.

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MATLAB and Simulink

Robotics Arena

Learn how to use MATLAB and Simulink to design algorithms, create simulations, and speed up development for student competitions in robotics and unmanned systems.

Training for Your Team

Interactive Online Training Courses

Learn by doing! Our 2-hour online courses provide a hands-on learning environment where you will interact with a web-based version of MATLAB and receive instant and contextual feedback.

Physical Modeling Training Videos

Get started modeling, simulating, and analyzing automotive systems with these free training materials.

Computer Vision Training Videos

Learn to design and deploy computer vision algorithms using MATLAB and Simulink with these free training materials.

Racing Lounge Blog

Learn more about best practices and teamwork for student competitions.

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The Winner's Circle

See how students are winning competitions worldwide with MATLAB and Simulink.

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