The Systems & Control program trains students using integrated multidisciplinary strategies involving modelling, signal processing, controller design, and system analysis.
With the complexity of our industrial structures and manufacturing systems comes the need control them. The Field of Systems and Control is fast becoming an important research area for specialists such as engineers, physicists, mathematicians and designers. The world of systems and control governs our lives to a great extent. They are of vital importance to areas such as: the manufacturing and semiconductor industry, infrastructure management, transportation, communications and logistics, energy delivery and the medical profession. Even our own homes are dependent on systems and control.
The Systems and Control program aims to provide students with skills, knowledge and strategies about modelling, signal processing, controller design, and system analysis. The program prepares students for careers as engineers in the field of control technology for complex systems and processes. The program is taught by a world class faculty and will prepare students for professional careers in research, technology development and design.
The Systems and Control program is being taught in conjunction with the three leading universities of technology in the Netherlands - Delft University of Technology, Eindhoven University of Technology and the University of Twente.
The MSc programme in Systems & Control is directed towards the fundamental and application specific aspects of systems, signals and control engineering. It will emphasize the multidisciplinary character of this field, giving attention to applications in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, applied physics, chemical engineering and aerospace engineering.
Previous educationBSc degree (or equivalent) of a high quality and level. The main subject of the BSc study should match the envisaged TU Delft MSc-programme.
Knowledge minimumSee: www.tudelft.nl/msc
Language requirementsIELTS overall band: 6.5, TOEFL internet based: 90
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