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"In my very first physics class the teacher asked us: ‘Why is it still light outside when the sun has set?’
I found that a fascinating question, and since then I’ve been sure that I wanted to do a technological and innovative study program. I took my Bachelor’s in Intelligent Systems Control in Romania, and this Master’s program is a perfect way to proceed it. Why in the Netherlands, and why at TU/e? Quite simply, because the scientists here in my own field are highly respected in other countries. And I can also benefit here from the links with industry. With companies like ASML, Océ and Philips, there are plenty of opportunities for engineers in this region alone. And just as important, it’s a great place to live; the people are nice to you and speak good English."
Emilia Silvas (Romania)
MSc student Systems and Control (TU/e)
"Looking back on my experience with Systems & Control, for me three aspects have made it the perfect MSc program.
First, the theoretical basis to model, analyze and control systems in combination with the ability to work on a wide variety of real life problems. Second, working with highly motivated students, teachers and professors from various backgrounds, i.e. multidisciplinary and multicultural. And last, DCSC is an internationally acclaimed institute, which gave me the opportunity to conduct my graduation research at and in collaboration with UC Berkeley (USA). I worked on a relevant problem in Systems Biology with biologists, applying my S&C skills in a multidisciplinary and international setting."
Roel Dobbe
MSc student Systems and Control (TU Delft)
"I chose this Master’s because I like to build things and this programme makes that possible. For instance, I can design and build robots that are of service to people”.
René studied Electrical Engineering at Hanze University of Applied Sciences. After graduation he decided to pursue a Master’s degree in Systems & Control. He finds S&C interesting because it enables him to combine the fields of electrical engineering and mechanical engineering.
‘When I saw all the cool robots and the helicopter drones flying around during an Open Day, I knew I wanted to be involved in building these machines. So I started on the Master’s in Systems & Control’, René says. The topics covered in this programme can be applied in many different fields such as in the development of new techniques for medical applications. Our research can really make life better for people who need medical appliances such as a mechanical prosthetic arm or leg. Some prosthetics created by the Systems & Control department have no motor or batteries, which really contributes to the patient’s freedom of movement and quality of life. Some prosthetics do require motors or batteries, of course. René continues: ‘Being involved in something like this really makes my studies worthwhile and satisfying.’
He appreciates the open structure of the university, the spacious campus which is surrounded by nature, the nice people and the challenging research projects in which students also get involved. The city of Enschede is great for students thanks to all the pubs and cafés, restaurants and housing possibilities."
René Meijerink
MSc student Systems and Control (UT)
  • "In my very first physics class the teacher asked us: ‘Why is it still light outside when the sun has set?’

    I found that a fascinating question, and since then I’ve been sure that I wanted to do a technological and innovative study program. I took my Bachelor’s in Intelligent Systems Control in Romania, and this Master’s program is a perfect way to proceed it. Why in the Netherlands, and why at TU/e? Quite simply, because the scientists here in my own field are highly respected in other countries. And I can also benefit here from the links with industry. With companies like ASML, Océ and Philips, there are plenty of opportunities for engineers in this region alone. And just as important, it’s a great place to live; the people are nice to you and speak good English."

    Emilia Silvas (Romania) MSc student Systems and Control (TU/e)
  • "Looking back on my experience with Systems & Control, for me three aspects have made it the perfect MSc program.

    First, the theoretical basis to model, analyze and control systems in combination with the ability to work on a wide variety of real life problems. Second, working with highly motivated students, teachers and professors from various backgrounds, i.e. multidisciplinary and multicultural. And last, DCSC is an internationally acclaimed institute, which gave me the opportunity to conduct my graduation research at and in collaboration with UC Berkeley (USA). I worked on a relevant problem in Systems Biology with biologists, applying my S&C skills in a multidisciplinary and international setting."

    Roel Dobbe MSc student Systems and Control (TU Delft)
  • "I chose this Master’s because I like to build things and this programme makes that possible. For instance, I can design and build robots that are of service to people”.

    René studied Electrical Engineering at Hanze University of Applied Sciences. After graduation he decided to pursue a Master’s degree in Systems & Control. He finds S&C interesting because it enables him to combine the fields of electrical engineering and mechanical engineering.
    ‘When I saw all the cool robots and the helicopter drones flying around during an Open Day, I knew I wanted to be involved in building these machines. So I started on the Master’s in Systems & Control’, René says. The topics covered in this programme can be applied in many different fields such as in the development of new techniques for medical applications. Our research can really make life better for people who need medical appliances such as a mechanical prosthetic arm or leg. Some prosthetics created by the Systems & Control department have no motor or batteries, which really contributes to the patient’s freedom of movement and quality of life. Some prosthetics do require motors or batteries, of course. René continues: ‘Being involved in something like this really makes my studies worthwhile and satisfying.’
    He appreciates the open structure of the university, the spacious campus which is surrounded by nature, the nice people and the challenging research projects in which students also get involved. The city of Enschede is great for students thanks to all the pubs and cafés, restaurants and housing possibilities."

    René Meijerink MSc student Systems and Control (UT)
"In my very first physics class the teacher asked us: ‘Why is it still light outside when the sun has set?’
I found that a fascinating question, and since then I’ve been sure that I wanted to do a technological and innovative study program. I took my Bachelor’s in Intelligent Systems Control in Romania, and this Master’s program is a perfect way to proceed it. Why in the Netherlands, and why at TU/e? Quite simply, because the scientists here in my own field are highly respected in other countries. And I can also benefit here from the links with industry. With companies like ASML, Océ and Philips, there are plenty of opportunities for engineers in this region alone. And just as important, it’s a great place to live; the people are nice to you and speak good English."
Emilia Silvas (Romania)
MSc student Systems and Control (TU/e)
"Looking back on my experience with Systems & Control, for me three aspects have made it the perfect MSc program.
First, the theoretical basis to model, analyze and control systems in combination with the ability to work on a wide variety of real life problems. Second, working with highly motivated students, teachers and professors from various backgrounds, i.e. multidisciplinary and multicultural. And last, DCSC is an internationally acclaimed institute, which gave me the opportunity to conduct my graduation research at and in collaboration with UC Berkeley (USA). I worked on a relevant problem in Systems Biology with biologists, applying my S&C skills in a multidisciplinary and international setting."
Roel Dobbe
MSc student Systems and Control (TU Delft)
"I chose this Master’s because I like to build things and this programme makes that possible. For instance, I can design and build robots that are of service to people”.
René studied Electrical Engineering at Hanze University of Applied Sciences. After graduation he decided to pursue a Master’s degree in Systems & Control. He finds S&C interesting because it enables him to combine the fields of electrical engineering and mechanical engineering.
‘When I saw all the cool robots and the helicopter drones flying around during an Open Day, I knew I wanted to be involved in building these machines. So I started on the Master’s in Systems & Control’, René says. The topics covered in this programme can be applied in many different fields such as in the development of new techniques for medical applications. Our research can really make life better for people who need medical appliances such as a mechanical prosthetic arm or leg. Some prosthetics created by the Systems & Control department have no motor or batteries, which really contributes to the patient’s freedom of movement and quality of life. Some prosthetics do require motors or batteries, of course. René continues: ‘Being involved in something like this really makes my studies worthwhile and satisfying.’
He appreciates the open structure of the university, the spacious campus which is surrounded by nature, the nice people and the challenging research projects in which students also get involved. The city of Enschede is great for students thanks to all the pubs and cafés, restaurants and housing possibilities."
René Meijerink
MSc student Systems and Control (UT)
  • "In my very first physics class the teacher asked us: ‘Why is it still light outside when the sun has set?’

    I found that a fascinating question, and since then I’ve been sure that I wanted to do a technological and innovative study program. I took my Bachelor’s in Intelligent Systems Control in Romania, and this Master’s program is a perfect way to proceed it. Why in the Netherlands, and why at TU/e? Quite simply, because the scientists here in my own field are highly respected in other countries. And I can also benefit here from the links with industry. With companies like ASML, Océ and Philips, there are plenty of opportunities for engineers in this region alone. And just as important, it’s a great place to live; the people are nice to you and speak good English."

    Emilia Silvas (Romania) MSc student Systems and Control (TU/e)
  • "Looking back on my experience with Systems & Control, for me three aspects have made it the perfect MSc program.

    First, the theoretical basis to model, analyze and control systems in combination with the ability to work on a wide variety of real life problems. Second, working with highly motivated students, teachers and professors from various backgrounds, i.e. multidisciplinary and multicultural. And last, DCSC is an internationally acclaimed institute, which gave me the opportunity to conduct my graduation research at and in collaboration with UC Berkeley (USA). I worked on a relevant problem in Systems Biology with biologists, applying my S&C skills in a multidisciplinary and international setting."

    Roel Dobbe MSc student Systems and Control (TU Delft)
  • "I chose this Master’s because I like to build things and this programme makes that possible. For instance, I can design and build robots that are of service to people”.

    René studied Electrical Engineering at Hanze University of Applied Sciences. After graduation he decided to pursue a Master’s degree in Systems & Control. He finds S&C interesting because it enables him to combine the fields of electrical engineering and mechanical engineering.
    ‘When I saw all the cool robots and the helicopter drones flying around during an Open Day, I knew I wanted to be involved in building these machines. So I started on the Master’s in Systems & Control’, René says. The topics covered in this programme can be applied in many different fields such as in the development of new techniques for medical applications. Our research can really make life better for people who need medical appliances such as a mechanical prosthetic arm or leg. Some prosthetics created by the Systems & Control department have no motor or batteries, which really contributes to the patient’s freedom of movement and quality of life. Some prosthetics do require motors or batteries, of course. René continues: ‘Being involved in something like this really makes my studies worthwhile and satisfying.’
    He appreciates the open structure of the university, the spacious campus which is surrounded by nature, the nice people and the challenging research projects in which students also get involved. The city of Enschede is great for students thanks to all the pubs and cafés, restaurants and housing possibilities."

    René Meijerink MSc student Systems and Control (UT)

Testimonials

"In my very first physics class the teacher asked us: ‘Why is it still light outside when the sun has set?’
I found that a fascinating question, and since then I’ve been sure that I wanted to do a technological and innovative study program. I took my Bachelor’s in Intelligent Systems Control in Romania, and this Master’s program is a perfect way to proceed it. Why in the Netherlands, and why at TU/e? Quite simply, because the scientists here in my own field are highly respected in other countries. And I can also benefit here from the links with industry. With companies like ASML, Océ and Philips, there are plenty of opportunities for engineers in this region alone. And just as important, it’s a great place to live; the people are nice to you and speak good English."
Emilia Silvas (Romania)
MSc student Systems and Control (TU/e)
"Looking back on my experience with Systems & Control, for me three aspects have made it the perfect MSc program.
First, the theoretical basis to model, analyze and control systems in combination with the ability to work on a wide variety of real life problems. Second, working with highly motivated students, teachers and professors from various backgrounds, i.e. multidisciplinary and multicultural. And last, DCSC is an internationally acclaimed institute, which gave me the opportunity to conduct my graduation research at and in collaboration with UC Berkeley (USA). I worked on a relevant problem in Systems Biology with biologists, applying my S&C skills in a multidisciplinary and international setting."
Roel Dobbe
MSc student Systems and Control (TU Delft)
"I chose this Master’s because I like to build things and this programme makes that possible. For instance, I can design and build robots that are of service to people”.
René studied Electrical Engineering at Hanze University of Applied Sciences. After graduation he decided to pursue a Master’s degree in Systems & Control. He finds S&C interesting because it enables him to combine the fields of electrical engineering and mechanical engineering.
‘When I saw all the cool robots and the helicopter drones flying around during an Open Day, I knew I wanted to be involved in building these machines. So I started on the Master’s in Systems & Control’, René says. The topics covered in this programme can be applied in many different fields such as in the development of new techniques for medical applications. Our research can really make life better for people who need medical appliances such as a mechanical prosthetic arm or leg. Some prosthetics created by the Systems & Control department have no motor or batteries, which really contributes to the patient’s freedom of movement and quality of life. Some prosthetics do require motors or batteries, of course. René continues: ‘Being involved in something like this really makes my studies worthwhile and satisfying.’
He appreciates the open structure of the university, the spacious campus which is surrounded by nature, the nice people and the challenging research projects in which students also get involved. The city of Enschede is great for students thanks to all the pubs and cafés, restaurants and housing possibilities."
René Meijerink
MSc student Systems and Control (UT)
  • "In my very first physics class the teacher asked us: ‘Why is it still light outside when the sun has set?’

    I found that a fascinating question, and since then I’ve been sure that I wanted to do a technological and innovative study program. I took my Bachelor’s in Intelligent Systems Control in Romania, and this Master’s program is a perfect way to proceed it. Why in the Netherlands, and why at TU/e? Quite simply, because the scientists here in my own field are highly respected in other countries. And I can also benefit here from the links with industry. With companies like ASML, Océ and Philips, there are plenty of opportunities for engineers in this region alone. And just as important, it’s a great place to live; the people are nice to you and speak good English."

    Emilia Silvas (Romania) MSc student Systems and Control (TU/e)
  • "Looking back on my experience with Systems & Control, for me three aspects have made it the perfect MSc program.

    First, the theoretical basis to model, analyze and control systems in combination with the ability to work on a wide variety of real life problems. Second, working with highly motivated students, teachers and professors from various backgrounds, i.e. multidisciplinary and multicultural. And last, DCSC is an internationally acclaimed institute, which gave me the opportunity to conduct my graduation research at and in collaboration with UC Berkeley (USA). I worked on a relevant problem in Systems Biology with biologists, applying my S&C skills in a multidisciplinary and international setting."

    Roel Dobbe MSc student Systems and Control (TU Delft)
  • "I chose this Master’s because I like to build things and this programme makes that possible. For instance, I can design and build robots that are of service to people”.

    René studied Electrical Engineering at Hanze University of Applied Sciences. After graduation he decided to pursue a Master’s degree in Systems & Control. He finds S&C interesting because it enables him to combine the fields of electrical engineering and mechanical engineering.
    ‘When I saw all the cool robots and the helicopter drones flying around during an Open Day, I knew I wanted to be involved in building these machines. So I started on the Master’s in Systems & Control’, René says. The topics covered in this programme can be applied in many different fields such as in the development of new techniques for medical applications. Our research can really make life better for people who need medical appliances such as a mechanical prosthetic arm or leg. Some prosthetics created by the Systems & Control department have no motor or batteries, which really contributes to the patient’s freedom of movement and quality of life. Some prosthetics do require motors or batteries, of course. René continues: ‘Being involved in something like this really makes my studies worthwhile and satisfying.’
    He appreciates the open structure of the university, the spacious campus which is surrounded by nature, the nice people and the challenging research projects in which students also get involved. The city of Enschede is great for students thanks to all the pubs and cafés, restaurants and housing possibilities."

    René Meijerink MSc student Systems and Control (UT)
"In my very first physics class the teacher asked us: ‘Why is it still light outside when the sun has set?’
I found that a fascinating question, and since then I’ve been sure that I wanted to do a technological and innovative study program. I took my Bachelor’s in Intelligent Systems Control in Romania, and this Master’s program is a perfect way to proceed it. Why in the Netherlands, and why at TU/e? Quite simply, because the scientists here in my own field are highly respected in other countries. And I can also benefit here from the links with industry. With companies like ASML, Océ and Philips, there are plenty of opportunities for engineers in this region alone. And just as important, it’s a great place to live; the people are nice to you and speak good English."
Emilia Silvas (Romania)
MSc student Systems and Control (TU/e)
"Looking back on my experience with Systems & Control, for me three aspects have made it the perfect MSc program.
First, the theoretical basis to model, analyze and control systems in combination with the ability to work on a wide variety of real life problems. Second, working with highly motivated students, teachers and professors from various backgrounds, i.e. multidisciplinary and multicultural. And last, DCSC is an internationally acclaimed institute, which gave me the opportunity to conduct my graduation research at and in collaboration with UC Berkeley (USA). I worked on a relevant problem in Systems Biology with biologists, applying my S&C skills in a multidisciplinary and international setting."
Roel Dobbe
MSc student Systems and Control (TU Delft)
"I chose this Master’s because I like to build things and this programme makes that possible. For instance, I can design and build robots that are of service to people”.
René studied Electrical Engineering at Hanze University of Applied Sciences. After graduation he decided to pursue a Master’s degree in Systems & Control. He finds S&C interesting because it enables him to combine the fields of electrical engineering and mechanical engineering.
‘When I saw all the cool robots and the helicopter drones flying around during an Open Day, I knew I wanted to be involved in building these machines. So I started on the Master’s in Systems & Control’, René says. The topics covered in this programme can be applied in many different fields such as in the development of new techniques for medical applications. Our research can really make life better for people who need medical appliances such as a mechanical prosthetic arm or leg. Some prosthetics created by the Systems & Control department have no motor or batteries, which really contributes to the patient’s freedom of movement and quality of life. Some prosthetics do require motors or batteries, of course. René continues: ‘Being involved in something like this really makes my studies worthwhile and satisfying.’
He appreciates the open structure of the university, the spacious campus which is surrounded by nature, the nice people and the challenging research projects in which students also get involved. The city of Enschede is great for students thanks to all the pubs and cafés, restaurants and housing possibilities."
René Meijerink
MSc student Systems and Control (UT)
  • "In my very first physics class the teacher asked us: ‘Why is it still light outside when the sun has set?’

    I found that a fascinating question, and since then I’ve been sure that I wanted to do a technological and innovative study program. I took my Bachelor’s in Intelligent Systems Control in Romania, and this Master’s program is a perfect way to proceed it. Why in the Netherlands, and why at TU/e? Quite simply, because the scientists here in my own field are highly respected in other countries. And I can also benefit here from the links with industry. With companies like ASML, Océ and Philips, there are plenty of opportunities for engineers in this region alone. And just as important, it’s a great place to live; the people are nice to you and speak good English."

    Emilia Silvas (Romania) MSc student Systems and Control (TU/e)
  • "Looking back on my experience with Systems & Control, for me three aspects have made it the perfect MSc program.

    First, the theoretical basis to model, analyze and control systems in combination with the ability to work on a wide variety of real life problems. Second, working with highly motivated students, teachers and professors from various backgrounds, i.e. multidisciplinary and multicultural. And last, DCSC is an internationally acclaimed institute, which gave me the opportunity to conduct my graduation research at and in collaboration with UC Berkeley (USA). I worked on a relevant problem in Systems Biology with biologists, applying my S&C skills in a multidisciplinary and international setting."

    Roel Dobbe MSc student Systems and Control (TU Delft)
  • "I chose this Master’s because I like to build things and this programme makes that possible. For instance, I can design and build robots that are of service to people”.

    René studied Electrical Engineering at Hanze University of Applied Sciences. After graduation he decided to pursue a Master’s degree in Systems & Control. He finds S&C interesting because it enables him to combine the fields of electrical engineering and mechanical engineering.
    ‘When I saw all the cool robots and the helicopter drones flying around during an Open Day, I knew I wanted to be involved in building these machines. So I started on the Master’s in Systems & Control’, René says. The topics covered in this programme can be applied in many different fields such as in the development of new techniques for medical applications. Our research can really make life better for people who need medical appliances such as a mechanical prosthetic arm or leg. Some prosthetics created by the Systems & Control department have no motor or batteries, which really contributes to the patient’s freedom of movement and quality of life. Some prosthetics do require motors or batteries, of course. René continues: ‘Being involved in something like this really makes my studies worthwhile and satisfying.’
    He appreciates the open structure of the university, the spacious campus which is surrounded by nature, the nice people and the challenging research projects in which students also get involved. The city of Enschede is great for students thanks to all the pubs and cafés, restaurants and housing possibilities."

    René Meijerink MSc student Systems and Control (UT)