The track Vehicle Engineering offers comprehensive education on automated driving, perception and modelling, dynamics and control, human factors and materials science.
- A solid basis in mechanical engineering with courses in Non-linear Mechanics, Physics and Measurement, Control System Design, Advanced Heat Transfer, complemented with a social course.
- Compulsory Vehicle Engineering courses include: Intelligent Vehicles, Vehicle Dynamics and Automotive Human Factors.
- A range of elective courses is provided on computer vision, control theory, human factors, haptics, and materials. As good programming skills are increasingly important for the Intelligent Vehicles domain, a course on robot software basics is also offered.
- Students can furthermore select elective courses from other Master programmes at TU Delft and elsewhere.
- Courses and projects in Vehicle Engineering are open to students from other tracks and masters (e.g. Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Material Science) provided that they have the required entry level.
- Research Assignment (15 EC)
- Literature survey (10 EC)
- Thesis project (35 EC)