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.


Research

Have a look at our current research. You can also view our research projects by person.


People

Looking for somebody? Check out our list of staff members or active MSc students.


Vacancies

Currently we have several vacancies available, including some PhD positions.



Symposium 'Open Window on the Future of Smart Optics Systems'

On March 4, 2016 we will organize an international symposium on smart optics systemsHighlights will be 4 renowned experts,  the opening of the Smart Optics Laboratory,  the inaugural speech of professor Gleb Vdovin, and the school on smart optics technologies on March 3.

Register here


Dies Natalis looks at our future with Robots, lecture of Professor Robert Babuska

Robotics was the theme of this year's 174th  Dies Natalis. A subject that many feel strongly about, judging by the number of people who visited the official celebration and/or the preceding seminar View presentation

Professor Robert Babuska delivered this year's Dies Natalis lecture about 'Our Future with Robots' Read more


Education

DCSC is proud to present the MSc Systems and Control. DCSC is also involved in the BSc and MSc curricula of Electrical EngineeringApplied 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.

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