What is DCSC?
Delft Center for Systems and Control (DCSC) coordinates the education and research activities in systems and control at the Delft University of Technology. DCSC has been established in 2003 by merging the systems and control groups of Electrical Engineering (EWI), Mechanical Engineering (3mE), and Applied Physics (TNW).
DCSC participates in the national research school DISC (Dutch Institute of Systems and Control)
DCSC participates in the European Embedded Control Institute EECI.
Currently we have several vacancies available, including some PhD positions.
ERC Startings Grant for 3mE-researcher, assistant professor Sander Wahls!
Three promising researchers at Tu Delft are awarded an ERC Starting Grant by the European Research Council. Two of the three winners are conducting their research at 3mE. One of them is assistent professor Sander Wahls. Sander conducts his research on numerical methods in signal processing and control. ERC Starting Grants are awarded for a five-year period to academics leading an independent team or programme who have the potential to become world-class researchers. The grant is worth EUR 1.5 million.
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An article of TU Delft Global Initiative about "The Optical Smart Malaria Diagnost" of prof. Michel Verhaegen.
Stories of TU Delft scientists, students and entrepreneurs. TU Delft Global Initiative wrote an article on the expertise to find concrete solutions for problems faced by people in developing countries such as The Optical Smart Malaria Diagnost of Prof. Michel Verhaegen and his team read more.
Introduction Week MSC Systems & Control
DCSC is proud to present the MSc Systems and Control. DCSC is also involved in the BSc and MSc curricula of Electrical Engineering, Applied Physics and Mechanical Engineering. On a regular basis, DCSC organizes MSc colloquia for their students.
Master of Science study
DCSC offers a two-year MSc program in Systems and Control which is directed towards the fundamental and application specific aspects of systems, signals and control engineering.