MATLAB and Simulink for Space Systems

Location Venue Start Date End Date
Adelaide, SA, Australia
Lot Fourteen 28 Nov 2019 - 8:30 AM 28 Nov 2019 - 12:00 PM


MATLAB and Simulink platforms are used by space agencies, such as NASA and ESA, to developed models for flight software, power management, navigation, communications, and command processing.

Join us for a breakfast seminar to hear about trends in the rapidly evolving global space industry, and learn how engineers use MATLAB and Simulink for satellite and space mission modeling, satellite communications system design and satellite data analysis including deep learning.  MATLAB and Simulink technical experts will provide demonstrations, best practices, programming tips and insights.


  • Global trends in spacecraft design
  • Model, simulate and analyse CubeSat and nanosatellite missions
  • Design and analyse satellite communication systems
  • Applying deep learning for satellite/aerial data

Who Should Attend

  • Engineers working in the space industry
  • Project Leads
  • Systems Engineers
  • Software Engineers
  • Communications Engineers

About the Presenters

Daryl Ning, Principal Applications Engineer

Daryl Ning is a Principal Applications Engineer with MathWorks Australia. For over a decade, Daryl has supported MATLAB users from diverse industries working in the areas of data analytics, signal/image processing, and computer vision. He received both his Ph.D. and B. Eng. in electrical engineering from the Queensland University of Technology, where he also spent a year working as a research assistant. Daryl's former research was primarily in the field of speech and audio processing for biometrics and compression.

Alex Shin, Principal Software Project Engineer

Alex Shin is a Principal Software Project Engineer at MathWorks. He specialises in helping customers in the area of simulation, verification and automatic code generation, primarily for clients in the aerospace, defence and automotive industries. His recent work includes defining verification and code generation process and implementation of Model-Based Design tools in large defence and automotive organizations. Mr. Shin received bachelor’s degree from University of New South Wales in mechatronics engineering.


Time Title

Registration and breakfast

Breakfast will be provided. For dietary requirements, please contact

09:00am Welcome and Keynote: Trends in the Space Industry
09:30am Model, simulate and analyse CubeSat and nanosatellite missions
10:15am Break
10:45am Design and analyse satellite communication systems
11:30am Applying deep learning for satellite/aerial data
12:00pm Event end

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