On January 21, the Liquid Crystal Institute hosted a free National Instruments LabVIEW hands-on workshop. Approximately 20 students and faculty members received three hours of hands-on technical training on real hardware from Hillary Emer, a field sales engineer from National Instruments. Participants explored the latest features and capabilities of NI LabVIEW and learned how to create complete NI LabVIEW applications from scratch with interactive Express VIs and I/O.
The NI LabVIEW programming language has become the industry standard for computer automation of laboratory experiments. It is an icon-based language which makes programming intuitive and easy to learn while retaining the ability to run complex experiments and analysis.
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