The following software seminars are offered on a rotating basis throughout the year to aid students in learning the basic operation of commonly used software packages in the academic and post-academic world of electrical and computer engineering. These seminars are open to all, however IEEE members may register for seminars at a reduced rate. The fees for these seminars vary and help to cover cost of distributed materials and other incidental expenses related to seminar offerings.
- MultiSim | The intuitive and easy-to-use software platform combines schematic capture and industry-standard SPICE simulation into a single integrated environment. Multisim abstracts the complexities and difficulties of traditional syntax-based simulation, so you no longer need to be an expert in SPICE to simulate and analyze circuits. This course is helpful for students beginning ENEE 2551 (Circuits Lab) and for continuing courses such as Electronics.
- Matlab | This high-level language and interactive environment enables you to perform computationally intensive tasks faster than with traditional programming languages such as C, C++, and Fortran.
The electrical engineering faculy at the University of New Orleans strongly endorse these seminars and encourage students to take advantage of their offerings. There is no formal course offered through the University that teaches these programs.
These seminars do require pre-registration. To register online for a software seminar, click here to be taken to the event registration page. For your convenience, seminar registration fee payments may be made online by credit card. Credit card payments are processed securely through PayPal. Payments are also accepted by cash or check. Checks should be made payable to IEEE UNO.