News and Agenda
Optical Smart Malaria Diagnostic project, is Silver recipient of the 2017 Edmund Optics Award
Optical Smart Malaria Diagnostic (OSMD) under the supervision of Prof. Gleb Vdovin & Michel Verhaegen has been named as the Second Place 2017 Edmund Optics Educational Award recipient.
Phd candidate Mr. Shuai Yuan is 2018 Travel Award Winner!
Wind turbine farms can generate much more energy
In order to generate more sustainable energy and reduce our dependence on fossil fuels, an increasing number of wind turbines are appearing on the horizon. Especially in the sea, because they are not in anyone’s way there and more importantly there is simply much more space there.
Jan-Willem van Wingerden appointed professor of data driven control
Associate professor Jan-Willem van Wingerden has been appointed professor of data driven control at the Delft Centre for Systems and Control as of 12 December. Jan-Willem van Wingerden’s research focuses on the measurement and control technology of large-scale mechatronic systems that are propelled by a disruption such as wind or waves. His research is unique because it is on the interface of measurement and control technology and mechanical engineering.
Sergio Grammatico has been awarded an NWO TOP-Grant
Sergio Grammatico, assistant professor in the department DCSC, has been awarded a TOP-Grant for curiosity-driven research in Mathematics, module 2, for his research project “Complex Network Games: The Scenario Approach”. With this TOP-Grant, Sergio Grammatico is able to appoint a PhD candidate.
CL-Windcon project shows its progress in the general meeting held in Delft
New board of DSA Kalman
With the addition of new board members, DSA Kalman is now fully operational again and ready to serve all students and staff!
Using microscope technology on mobile phones to trace malaria quickly and cheaply
Doctoral candidate Temitope Agbana, who works at the DCSC Department on a TU Delft Global fellowship, together with his colleague Hai Gong received the Silver Edmund Optics Educational award for his Optical Smart Malaria Diagnostic Project last month. They aim at realizing accurate diagnosis of malaria with a click of a button.
Introduction week MSc Systems & Control 2017
During these days there is a full program with introductions and presentations by all DCSC staff-members, lab visits, activities etc. Please find attached a draft of the program.
ERC Starting Grant for Manuel Mazo Jr.
Manuel Mazo Jr., researcher and assistant professor at Delft Center for Systems and Control (DCSC) has been awarded an ERC Starting Grant from the European Research Council. Manuel’s main area of research is control systems. The focus of his research is on the interactions between physical systems and the communication and computation platforms and algorithms employed to control them.