MATLAB is available for nanoHUB tool developers actively developing or supporting a nanoHUB MATLAB tool. Licenses will be approved on a case-by-case basis for verified new or existing nanoHUB tool developers. To request use of a Purdue MATLAB license, please submit a help ticket using the Help button at the top right (or in the drop-down menu) of any nanoHUB page.
Your request must state explicitly that you are using MATLAB for the sole purpose of developing a nanoHUB tool for non-commercial, academic use. For example:
“I am developing a MATLAB tool, <tool name>, with Professor Einstein at Princeton University for publication on nanoHUB. I am requesting access to MATLAB, and will use this software for the sole purpose of non-commercial, academic development and support of nanoHUB tools.”
Please note that use of a Purdue MATLAB license is only permitted while a tool is being developed, updated, or supported.
If you are a nanoHUB tool developer and do not meet these requirements, please consider using the open-source Octave programming language, which is largely compatible with MATLAB syntax.
To enable MATLAB, see “How Do I Enable MATLAB In My Workspace?”