LabVIEW Training

14 - 16 November 2016

Tired of programming by writing lines of text? If you are interested in learning more about visual programming by using drag-and-drop features and graphical function blocks, the three-day LabVIEW training program is right for you!

Dates:

14 November (optional self-guided tutorial)

15-16 November (guided training program)

Time: 9.00am - 5.00pm
Venue:

Learning Studio 4003, Sydney Nanoscience Hub

The University of Sydney NSW 2006


Organiser

Program

During this training you will learn how to use the Laboratory Virtual Instrument Engineering Workbench (LabVIEW) ultimate system design software to visualise your data.

The training is spread over three days. Day 1 is optional: You will have the opportunity to gain access to the LabVIEW software and familiarise yourself with the programming platform by watching helpful video tutorials from LabVIEW provider National Instruments.

On Day 2 and 3, LabVIEW instructor Karina Taylor will guide you through the software program by covering the following topics:

  1. Introduction – The LabVIEW Environment
  2. LabVIEW Data Types
  3. LabVIEW Structures – Loops, Functions and Decisions
  4. File I/O
  5. Data Acquisition
  6. Data flow Constructs
  7. LabVIEW Architectures
  8. Real Applications

LabVIEW instructor

Karina Taylor

Karina Taylor holds a Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics and a Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering from UTS and has spent many years developing test, measurement and monitoring solutions for industry including CSIRO, JDS Uniphase and National Instruments. Karina built up the Sydney branch of CPE Systems, a LabVIEW based Integration Company, working as a project manager, software developer and business development manager. During this time she worked closely with clients such as Cochlear, Rolls Royce, Australia Post, James Hardie, OneSteel, The University of Sydney and more. Karina runs her own consulting company EnvisEng, and has worked on a variety of projects such as Coal Seam Gas exploration and Photovoltaic Power Plant Research.
Karina is an expert in the art of understanding system requirements, creating system and software design documentation, developing software using LabVIEW, and integrating the software with off-the-shelf hardware components. She is one of only ten Certified LabVIEW Architects in Australia, the highest level of LabVIEW certification.

Registration

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Sponsored by:

LabVIEW sponsors

Disclaimer

CUDOS reserves the right to cancel a workshop. Should this occur, we will attempt to notify you as far ahead of time as possible. CUDOS will not be liable for any loss or damages arising from any cancellation.

CUDOS generously subsidises the costs of its workshops. If you have registered to attend but are unable to make it, we would appreciate receiving notice so that we can manage our expenses.