MSc Systems & Control

Delft Center for Systems and Control (DCSC) is responsible for the two-year MSc programme in Systems & Control. The 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.

More information about the MSc programme in Systems and Control:

 

New curriculum MSc Systems & Control per September 1st, 2020

MSc students who already started in the MSc Systems & Control before September 1st, 2020 will follow the current curriculum. MSc students who want to start the MSc Systems & Control per September 1st, 2020 will start with the new curriculum. More details will follow in the coming months; below you can find the new curriculum as well as the comparison with the current curriculum.

New curriculum

 

Variant with short final thesis project:

38 EC obligatory courses

Variant with long final thesis project:

38 EC obligatory courses

28 Systems & Control electives

9 EC Free technical electives

21 Systems & Control electives

6 EC Free technical electives

10 literature study

35 final thesis project

 

10 literature study

10 Research assignment

35 final thesis project

 

Overview new vs current curriculum

 

New (39EC)

Old (36EC)

I

Control theory (6EC)

Control theory (6EC)

 

Filtering & identification (6EC)

Filtering & identification (6EC)

 

Integration project S&C (5EC)

Integration project S&C (5EC)

II

Optimization (3EC)

Optimization (4EC)

 

Nonlinear system theory (3EC)

Nonlinear system theory (4EC)

 

Robust control (3EC)

Robust & multivariable control design (5EC)

 

Control engineering (3EC)

 

 

Statistical signal processing (3EC)

 

 

Modeling (3EC)

 

III

 

Introduction project S&C (3EC)

IV

Philosophy of Science/Ethics & engineering/Introduction safety science (3EC)

Philosophy of Science (3EC)

DSA Kalman

MSc students of DCSC can join DSA Kalman. DSA Kalman is the study association in Delft Center for Systems and Control (DCSC) representing students pursuing MSc. in Systems and Control. As a committee of students they are dedicated to improve several aspects of the student life.

Website: www.dsakalman.nl