The Computer Engineering program deals with theory and practice of computers and computing devices from embedded to personal computers, and from mainframes to supercomputers.
Computer engineers are intimately involved in the design of miniature electronic surgical implants that help people with biological deficiencies to function normally, as well as enormously complex systems that efficiently manage industrial, financial, and government operations. They are involved in the design of devices ranging from cell phones to mainframes, and from the control devices on home appliances, to desk top computers, to guidance systems on interplanetary space probes.
Students joining TU Delft’s MSc program in Computer Engineering will learn the theory and practice of system software, including programming, operating systems, compilers, computer networks and computer architecture, and the implementation and development of computer hardware. In addition, they will study the design of software tools and methodologies for synthesis, physical design, VLSI, hardware software co-design, systems on chip, VLSI test technology and reliability, and performance analysis.
The program combines theoretical and practical components; with a view to the hands on experience demanded in the computer industry, a significant portion of the program is devoted to practical software and hardware design experiments and prototyping.
Previous educationBSc degree in EE or CS (or equivalent) of a high quality and level. The main subject of the BSc study should match the envisaged MSc-programme.
Knowledge minimumSee: www.tudelft.nl/msc
Language requirementsIELTS overall band: 6.5, TOEFL internet based: 90
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