Service Portal

Matlab & Simulink

The University of Twente offers a campus-wide license to MATLAB, Simulink, and companion products. All employees and students are eligible to download and install these products on their university computers as well as their personally-owned computers.

  • Description

    The University of Twente has a Total Academic Headcount (TAH) License for MATLAB, Simulink and the full suite of Add-On Toolboxes available to employees and students.
    Our license provides the widest and most up-to-date array of products, supporting everything from introductory level courses to advanced academic research.

    Available Add-On Products: 

    MATLAB

    Polyspace Bug Finder

    Simulink

    Polyspace Code Prover

    5G Toolbox

    Powertrain Blockset

    Aerospace Blockset

    Predictive Maintenance Toolbox

    Aerospace Toolbox

    RF Blockset

    Antenna Toolbox

    RF Toolbox

    Audio System Toolbox

    Risk Management Toolbox

    Automated Driving System Toolbox

    Robotics System Toolbox

    Bioinformatics Toolbox

    Robust Control Toolbox

    Communications Toolbox

    Sensor Fusion and Tracking Toolbox

    Computer Vision System Toolbox

    Signal Processing Toolbox

    Control System Toolbox

    SimBiology

    Curve Fitting Toolbox

    SimEvents

    Data Acquisition Toolbox

    Simscape

    Database Toolbox

    Simscape Driveline

    Datafeed Toolbox

    Simscape Electrical

    Deep Learning Toolbox

    Simscape Electronics

    DSP System Toolbox

    Simscape Fluids

    Econometrics Toolbox

    Simscape Multibody

    Embedded Coder

    Simulink 3D Animation

    Filter Design HDL Coder

    Simulink Check

    Financial Instruments Toolbox

    Simulink Code Inspector

    Financial Toolbox

    Simulink Coder

    Fixed-Point Designer

    Simulink Control Design

    Fuzzy Logic Toolbox

    Simulink Coverage

    Global Optimization Toolbox

    Simulink Design Optimization

    GPU Coder

    Simulink Design Verifier

    HDL Coder

    Simulink Desktop Real-Time

    HDL Verifier

    Simulink PLC Coder

    Image Acquisition Toolbox

    Simulink Real-Time

    Image Processing Toolbox

    Simulink Report Generator

    Instrument Control Toolbox

    Simulink Requirements

    LTE HDL Toolbox

    Simulink Test

    LTE Toolbox

    Spreadsheet Link

    Mapping Toolbox

    Stateflow

    MATLAB Coder

    Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox

    MATLAB Compiler

    Symbolic Math Toolbox

    MATLAB Compiler SDK

    System Identification Toolbox

    MATLAB Report Generator

    Text Analytics Toolbox

    Model Predictive Control Toolbox

    Trading Toolbox

    Model-Based Calibration Toolbox

    Vehicle Dynamics Blockset

    OPC Toolbox

    Vehicle Network Toolbox

    Optimization Toolbox

    Vision HDL Toolbox

    Parallel Computing Toolbox

    Wavelet Toolbox

    Partial Differential Equation Toolbox

    WLAN Toolbox

    Phased Array System Toolbox

     

    Commercial use of MathWorks products is not covered by our TAH license, so if you are using a commercial license, please continue to do so.

    Interactive, Self-Paced Courses:

    • Online Self-Paced MATLAB Courses
    • Task Oriented Lessons

    Campus-wide Access to Online Training Suite

    • 4 hours of introductory content to get students and faculty started
    • 7 hours of solving Computational Mathematics with MATLAB
    • 80 hours of developing and improving MATLAB skills

    MATLAB Online - Use MATLAB through Your Browser

    • No downloads
    • No setup
    • No installation
    • No maintenance
    • Use it anywhere, anytime, on any computer, laptop or Chromebook


    MATLAB Mobile-Available for your iPhone, iPad, or Android device

    Teach with MATLAB and Simulink

    • Matlab Grader
    • Matlab Courseware
    • Live editor
    • Arduino Engineering (note: there are additional costs for hardware)
    • Deep Learning onramp
  • Log on

    Start using the Matlab portal for the first time

    1. Go to : https://www.mathworks.com/academia/tah-portal/universiteit-twente-40749339.html
    2. Click 'Sign in to get started' (in the section 'Get MATLAB and Simulink')
    3. Login with your University credentials (m-number/s-number) -> DO YOU AGREE WITH SHARING THIS DATA" -> "Yes, proceed to MathWorks Edu Service Provider"
    4. Either create/login to a MathWorks account  
    (PLEASE, DO NOT USE YOUR UT PASSWORD FOR YOUR MATHWORKS ACCOUNT)

    Once you do that, you will be associated to our MATLAB license and will be able to:

    • Download and activate software on your personal computer (see notes)
    • Start using MATLAB Online from a web browser

    NOTE:

    1. During the installation select license 40749339-individual-academic-total headcount
    2. Select only the toolboxes you need. Selecting all toolboxes means a 21 gigabyte installation file. It's possible to install additional toolboxes afterwards.
    3. The installation of a newer Matlab version will not replace an older version. Both versions can be used side by side. You have the option to delete the older version. If you have saved any personal files within your MATLAB directory, be sure to place those files elsewhere before uninstalling MATLAB.

    See the FAQ more information. 

  • Online Training Courses

    1. Go to: https://www.mathworks.com/academia/tah-portal/universiteit-twente-40749339.html
    2. Scroll down to the section 'Learn to Use MATLAB and SimulinkClick' 
    3. Click on 'Get Started Now' for either 'Matlab Onramp' or 'Discover More Tutorials'

  • Requests

    All employees and students are eligible to download and install Matlab and Simulink on their university computers as well as their personally-owned computers.

    There is no need to make a request.

  • Costs

    This service is offered free of charge to staff and students.

    Commercial use of MathWorks products is not covered by our TAH license, please contact the Servicedesk for more information about commercial licenses.

  • Conditions

    All employees and students are eligible to download and install Matlab and Simulink on their university computers as well as their personally-owned computers.

    The association with the Total Academic Headcount (TAH) license of the University is based on your @utwente.nl or @student.utwente.nl e-mail address.

    Commercial use of MathWorks products is not covered by our TAH license, please contact the Servicedesk ICT for more information about commercial licenses.

  • Supply

    Matlab and Simulink are immediately available.

  • Support

    Should you require any support, we refer to our FAQ below. If you have any further questions or you would like to report a fault, please contact the Servicedesk ICT.

FAQ

  • Who is eligible to use MATLAB  products and on to which hardware?

    All employees and students are eligible to download and install these products on their university computers as well as their personally-owned computers.

    Commercial use of MathWorks products is not covered by our TAH license!

  • How can I update or reactivate my Campus-Wide TAH License?

    Go for instructions to: https://nl.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/142392-how-can-i-update-or-reactivate-my-campus-wide-license

  • How do I install MATLAB as a new user?
    1. Go to: https://www.mathworks.com/academia/tah-portal/universiteit-twente-40749339.html
    2. Click 'Sign in to get started' (in the section 'Get MATLAB and Simulink')
    3. Login with your University credentials (m-number/s-number) -> DO YOU AGREE WITH SHARING THIS DATA" -> "Yes, proceed to MathWorks Edu Service Provider"
    4. Either create/login to a MathWorks account (PLEASE, DO NOT USE YOUR UT PASSWORD FOR YOUR MATHWORKS ACCOUNT)

    Once you do that, you will be associated to our MATLAB license and will be able to:

    • Download and activate software on your personal computer (see notes)
    • Start using MATLAB Online from a web browser

    NOTE:

    1. During the installation select license 40749339-individual-academic-total headcount
    2. Select only the toolboxes you need. Selecting all toolboxes means a 21 gigabyte installation file. It's possible to install additional toolboxes afterwards.
    3. The installation of a newer MATLAB version will not replace an older version. Both versions can be used side by side. You have the option to delete the older version. If you have saved any personal files within your MATLAB directory, be sure to place those files elsewhere before uninstalling MATLAB.
  •  How do I install additional toolboxes?
    1. Go to: https://www.mathworks.com/academia/tah-portal/universiteit-twente-40749339.html
    2. Click 'Sign in to get started'
    3. Login with your University credentials (m-number/s-number)
    4. Login with your University credentials (m-number/s-number) -> DO YOU AGREE WITH SHARING THIS DATA" -> "Yes, proceed to MathWorks Edu Service Provider"

    Download the installer, run the installer and select the toolboxes you would like to add. (see notes)  

    NOTE:

    1. During the installation select license 40749339-individual-academic-total headcount
    2. Select only the toolboxes you need. Selecting all toolboxes means a 21 gigabyte installation file. It's possible to install additional toolboxes afterwards.
    3. The installation of a newer MATLAB version will not replace an older version. Both versions can be used side by side. You have the option to delete the older version. If you have saved any personal files within your MATLAB directory, be sure to place those files elsewhere before uninstalling MATLAB.
  • Can I use MATLAB through a browser?

    Yes. However, it is only possible to use MATLAB through your browser and no additional toolboxes.
    Go to: https://matlab.mathworks.com/

  • Which toolboxes are currently available?

    Go to: https://nl.mathworks.com/academia/tah-portal/universiteit-twente-40749339.html
    and click on 'See list of available products' (in the section 'Get MATLAB and Simulink')
    for the current list of available toolboxes.

  • How do I activate MATLAB without an internet connection?

    Go for instructions to: https://nl.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/259627-how-do-i-activate-matlab-without-an-internet-connection

  • Is it possible to follow MATLAB training courses ?

    As part of the University of Twente's MATLAB site license, all faculty, staff, and students have access to hands-on learning through Online Training Courses - at no extra cost.

    1. Go to: https://www.mathworks.com/academia/tah-portal/universiteit-twente-40749339.html
    2. Scroll down to the section 'Learn to Use MATLAB and Simulink' 
    3. Click on 'Get Started Now' for either 'MATLAB Onramp' or 'Discover More Tutorials' 

    MATLAB Online Training Courses allows new and existing users to learn to use MATLAB effectively. Courses include interactive MATLAB exercises for fast and relevant learning. Quizzes test your knowledge and provide immediate feedback.

    These online courses are intended for beginning users as well as those looking for more in-depth training.

    Available courses:

    • MATLAB Onramp
    • MATLAB Fundamentals
    • MATLAB for Financial Applications
    • MATLAB Programming Techniques
    • MATLAB for Data Processing and Visualization
    • Solving Ordinary Differential Equations with MATLAB
    • Introduction to Linear Algebra with MATLAB
    • Introduction to Statistical Methods with MATLAB
    • Solving Nonlinear Equations with MATLAB
    • MATLAB installation is not required. Just log in with your MathWorks account to begin.
  • Is it possible to run MATLAB and Simulink computations on clusters, clouds, and grids?

    Yes. For more information, please contact the Servicedesk ICT.

  • What possibilities are there for teaching with MATLAB and Simulink ?

    The TAH license includes the following modules:

    • MATLAB Grader
    • MATLAB Courseware
    • Live editor
    • Arduino Engineering (note: there are additional costs for hardware)
    • Deep Learning onramp

    For more information go to the section ‘Teach with MATLAB and Simulink’:
    https://nl.mathworks.com/academia/tah-portal/universiteit-twente-40749339.html

  • Is it possible for multiple users to use MATLAB on one computer?

    Yes. For more information, please contact the Service Desk ICT.

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