NI LabVIEW explained at seminar
Graphical System Design in Scientific Computing and Experimental Research with NI LabVIEW seminar Friday, September 2, 2011 at 1:00 PM.
Learn how to use NI LabVIEW, data acquisition devices and modular instrumentation to develop your scientific applications in scientific computing and experimental research. Recommended for undergraduate and graduate students with experimental research projects, faculty/staff scientists and postdocs conducting experimental/applied research.
This seminar presents:
- The latest version of the NI LabVIEW development environment and its G programming language for developing interactive, stand-alone technical and scientific applications.
- How to measure/generate analog/digital signals using data acquisition (DAQ) devices and modular instruments (MI)
- How to communicate with instruments through serial (RS-232), parallel (GPIB) and other interfaces.
- How to use LabVIEW to develop signal processing, data analysis and data visualization applications using real-world signals measured with DAQ devices and MI.
- How to accelerate your algorithms using multi-core CPUs, field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and graphical processing units (GPUs) for real-time high-performance computing.
- How to deploy your application in embedded controllers with real-time operating systems (RTOSs) and FPGAs
Location: Applied Computational Engineering & Science Building (ACE) Avaya Auditorium, 2.302