Availability of Scilab 6.0.0 alpha 2

Today we are happy to announce the second alpha version of Scilab 6.0, the major future release of the open source platform for numerical computation. This release is a preview for developers, partners and community evaluation. It can be downloaded from the Scilab 6.0.0 Alpha 2 download page. This release brings improvements to the 6.0.0 Alpha 1, released earlier this year, including a few additional functionalities. We don't forsee any further alpha version. New features  • A full-featured debugger, with ability to run Scilab scripts or functions step-by-step, to put (conditional) brea

We were @ Modelica Conference

Find out more about the integration of Modelica for Physical Modelling & the Functional Mock-up Interface (FMI‬) for Model-Exchange & Co-simulation in Scilab/Xcos: Scilab Modelica conference 20150921 from Scilab-Xcos

Scilab at ISC 2015

July 13 - 15, Frankfurt, Germany Scilab will take part to ISC High Performance event on July 13-15 on CAE Pavilion, booth #1140b.  Come and meet Scilab experts and have more clues about Scilab HPC capabilities. Scilab for High Performance Computing will also be presented and explained during an Industry Track on July 14th at 2 P.M. in Room Panorama 3: "How Scilab, the leading open source numerical and scientific computation software, with more than 100,000 downloads per month from 150 countries, can make high performance simulation available to engineers and scientists over the world in a

Scilab 6.0.0-alpha 1 Release

Scilab team is happy to announce the release of the first alpha version of Scilab 6.0   Scilab 6.0.0 is a major new release of Scilab, the open source platform for numerical computation. This 6.0.0-alpha-1 release, is a preview for developers, partners and community evaluation. As an alpha, this release is not yet ready for production usage. If you are new to Scilab, or if you are simply a user of Scilab, you should probably continue using the 5.5.2 release, and wait for a beta version before trying the 6 family.  However, if you have already developed code on Scilab, or if you are an ex

Scilab-Arduino Workshop in India

3-4 July 2015, IIT Bombay The FOSSEE team at IIT Bombay is conducting a two-day (3-4 July 2015) workshop on Arduino control through Scilab. Participants will learn to perform embedded system experiments on the Arduino board using Arduino IDE, Scilab script and Xcos. The workshop kit will include an Arduino UNO board, a shield containing sensors and actuators, and necessary documentation. The participants are expected to bring a Windows or a Linux based laptop with Scilab installed.  For registration, please visit the dedicated website.

Scilab at the 51st International Air and Space Show - Le Bourget

Wednesday, June 17, Paris Le Bourget Thanks to the collaboration between ASTech and Systematic competitiveness clusters, Scilab will be at the Paris Air Show on ASTech booth (Hall 4 - Booth C80) on Wednesday June 17 at 10:00 A.M. Raphaël Auphan, Scilab Enterprises CEO, will present "l’utilisation de logiciel open source de pointe pour la recherche et l’ingénierie dans l’aérospatiale" ("the use of open source software for advanced research and engineering in aerospace"). For more information, visit Systematic website (in French only)

Scilab at Teratec Forum 2015

June 23 & 24 juin 2015, École Polytechnique, Palaiseau (FR) For its 10 year anniversary, the international meeting for Simulation and High Performance Computing experts, offers two-day conference, technical workshops and a rich exhibition hosting the community of these sectors of activity. Scilab will welcome you on booth #39 to make you discover the capabilities offered by the graphics computation external module Scilab SciGPGPU that lets you use the computer GPU (the processor of the graphics card) in Scilab. Free but mandatory registration online More about Teratec Forum

Back to ScilabTEC

The 7th edition of the International Scilab Users Conference, hosted at Mozilla Space in Paris on May 21 & 22, has been a real success. ScilabTEC attendees have been able to enjoy two days of presentations about innovative applications using Scilab and of fruitful networking moments. We, the Scilab team, want to express our sincere thanks to the community, the speakers and all the attendees for coming together to network, exchange ideas, learn and also have fun with us! Presentations are available here. See you at ScilabTEC 2016!

Scilab welcomes its 2015 Google Summer of Code students

Students projects have been selected for the GSOC 2015. Here is the list of accepted projects and students: Xcos Automatic Layout (Chenfeng ZHU) Xcos provides a graphical editor which allows to represent models with block diagrams by connecting the blocks to each other. However, as the number of blocks increases, an Xcos schema can become messy. This idea of this project is to provide options to automatically update the layout of a Xcos schema and keep the diagrams well-presented.  Mentors: Paul BIGNIER, Clément DAVID Improving ATOMS Packaging System (Kartik GUPTA) This project aims at

ScilabTEC 2015 goes free

Are you registered? Thanks to the hospitality of Mozilla Corporation, ScilabTEC 2015 becomes free of charge and open to anyone (with registration and limited to available seats). Thus ScilabTEC 2015 will take place at Mozilla, 16 bis boulevard Montmartre, 75009 Paris (FR). Register ASAP here and before May 15, to book your seat and join us on May 21 and 22 at Mozilla to discover innovative applications based on Scilab.