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4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

A curriculum for the needs of tomorrow

The two-year MSc programme in Systems and Control is aimed at students with a technical BSc background interested in analysis and control of dynamic systems in their widest sense. The programme addresses both fundamental and application-specific features, emphasizing the multidisciplinary character of the field. It gives attention to applications in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, applied physics, chemical and aerospace engineering. Among them:
1) Mechatronics, micro-systems, production systems, robotics, smart structures
2) Petrochemical/chemical/physical and biotechnological production processes
3) Transportation systems (automotive systems, logistic systems, aerospace)
4) Physical imaging systems (acoustic and optical imaging)
5) Energy conversion and distribution
6) Biomedical Engineering

Combining the disciplines above results in an interdisciplinary approach, with attention given to modelling, experimental design, mathematical system theory, signal analysis and processing, model-based control design, and hardware and software systems. For systems of high complexity, such as high-order, non-linear or time-delay dynamics, hybrid and embedded systems, study targets range from small-scale micro-systems to large-scale industrial processes. An MSc degree in Systems and Control will surely be an essential engineering qualification for future decades.

A largely identical core programme can be followed at each of the three locations. Students benefit from the specific strengths of all the three universities by choosing a specialization at any of the three. The admission procedures, teaching and examination regulations and academic calendars at all three universities have been carefully matched. Students are registered at the location of their choice, but they are automatically co-registered at the other two locations to ensure access to the facilities of all three.

A curriculum for the needs of tomorrow

The two-year MSc programme in Systems and Control is aimed at students with a technical BSc background interested in analysis and control of dynamic systems in their widest sense. The programme addresses both fundamental and application-specific features, emphasizing the multidisciplinary character of the field. It gives attention to applications in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, applied physics, chemical and aerospace engineering. Among them:
1) Mechatronics, micro-systems, production systems, robotics, smart structures
2) Petrochemical/chemical/physical and biotechnological production processes
3) Transportation systems (automotive systems, logistic systems, aerospace)
4) Physical imaging systems (acoustic and optical imaging)
5) Energy conversion and distribution
6) Biomedical Engineering

Combining the disciplines above results in an interdisciplinary approach, with attention given to modelling, experimental design, mathematical system theory, signal analysis and processing, model-based control design, and hardware and software systems. For systems of high complexity, such as high-order, non-linear or time-delay dynamics, hybrid and embedded systems, study targets range from small-scale micro-systems to large-scale industrial processes. An MSc degree in Systems and Control will surely be an essential engineering qualification for future decades.

A largely identical core programme can be followed at each of the three locations. Students benefit from the specific strengths of all the three universities by choosing a specialization at any of the three. The admission procedures, teaching and examination regulations and academic calendars at all three universities have been carefully matched. Students are registered at the location of their choice, but they are automatically co-registered at the other two locations to ensure access to the facilities of all three.

Programme

A curriculum for the needs of tomorrow

The two-year MSc programme in Systems and Control is aimed at students with a technical BSc background interested in analysis and control of dynamic systems in their widest sense. The programme addresses both fundamental and application-specific features, emphasizing the multidisciplinary character of the field. It gives attention to applications in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, applied physics, chemical and aerospace engineering. Among them:
1) Mechatronics, micro-systems, production systems, robotics, smart structures
2) Petrochemical/chemical/physical and biotechnological production processes
3) Transportation systems (automotive systems, logistic systems, aerospace)
4) Physical imaging systems (acoustic and optical imaging)
5) Energy conversion and distribution
6) Biomedical Engineering

Combining the disciplines above results in an interdisciplinary approach, with attention given to modelling, experimental design, mathematical system theory, signal analysis and processing, model-based control design, and hardware and software systems. For systems of high complexity, such as high-order, non-linear or time-delay dynamics, hybrid and embedded systems, study targets range from small-scale micro-systems to large-scale industrial processes. An MSc degree in Systems and Control will surely be an essential engineering qualification for future decades.

A largely identical core programme can be followed at each of the three locations. Students benefit from the specific strengths of all the three universities by choosing a specialization at any of the three. The admission procedures, teaching and examination regulations and academic calendars at all three universities have been carefully matched. Students are registered at the location of their choice, but they are automatically co-registered at the other two locations to ensure access to the facilities of all three.

A curriculum for the needs of tomorrow

The two-year MSc programme in Systems and Control is aimed at students with a technical BSc background interested in analysis and control of dynamic systems in their widest sense. The programme addresses both fundamental and application-specific features, emphasizing the multidisciplinary character of the field. It gives attention to applications in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, applied physics, chemical and aerospace engineering. Among them:
1) Mechatronics, micro-systems, production systems, robotics, smart structures
2) Petrochemical/chemical/physical and biotechnological production processes
3) Transportation systems (automotive systems, logistic systems, aerospace)
4) Physical imaging systems (acoustic and optical imaging)
5) Energy conversion and distribution
6) Biomedical Engineering

Combining the disciplines above results in an interdisciplinary approach, with attention given to modelling, experimental design, mathematical system theory, signal analysis and processing, model-based control design, and hardware and software systems. For systems of high complexity, such as high-order, non-linear or time-delay dynamics, hybrid and embedded systems, study targets range from small-scale micro-systems to large-scale industrial processes. An MSc degree in Systems and Control will surely be an essential engineering qualification for future decades.

A largely identical core programme can be followed at each of the three locations. Students benefit from the specific strengths of all the three universities by choosing a specialization at any of the three. The admission procedures, teaching and examination regulations and academic calendars at all three universities have been carefully matched. Students are registered at the location of their choice, but they are automatically co-registered at the other two locations to ensure access to the facilities of all three.