MSc Systems & Control
Introduction week 2018
The Delft Center for Systems and Control organises an Introduction Week (September 3-7) for all new students starting the MSc program in Systems & Control. During this days there is a full program with introductions and presentations by all DCSC staff members, lab visits, activities etc. Please click here to read more
MSc program, first year:
In order to enter the MSc-program the student should set up an individual study program using the following ingredients: obligatory courses, the current ideas about the theme of the thesis work, the specialization courses that bridge the gap between the compulsory courses and the thesis project, and the use of the free elective space. This list should be handed in at the secretariat (at the earliest convenience, but certainly before the end of the first semester) for approval by the MSc coordinator.
MSc program, second year:
The second year consists of the following projects:
- SC52000 SC literature assignment(15 EC)
- SC52045 SC MSc Thesis project (45 EC)
All details about the MSc program are in the MSc study guide. A supplement on the study guide is the Graduation guide. This Graduation guide is intended as a guide for students who are about to enter their second year of the two-year Master programme Systems and Control.
DCSC keeps a list with current open "thesis subjects", but students are welcome to submit their own suggestions. Have a look at our list of active MSc students.
The MSc students of DCSC are cordially invited to participate in the MSc colloquia.
The time-schedule for the academic calendar can be found here. The time-schedule for the academic calendar is a coarse lay-out of the academic year at TU Delft. This means that there are probably some additional additions to this format during your academic year.
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.