Track Multi-Machine Engineering

Society faces tremendous challenges to meet demands on efficiency, sustainability, and safety of complex processes. In the logistics and production domain Multi-Machine Engineering address these challenges with an integrated perspective that combines core (mechanical systems’) design with real-time operation and distributed machine-machine interactions. In the track MME you develop the skills necessary to design such integrated multi-machine systems, combining science-based methodologies, with state-of-the-art tools, and hands-on lab and industrial case experience.

Introduction week


Information concerning the introduction week programme will be send 1-2 weeks before the academic year starts.


The introduction for the Master Multi-Machine Engineering will take place in the first week of the academic year. 

The introduction takes two days and will include:

  • Introduction to the department MTT and the section TEL
  • Explanation of the curriculum
  • Introduction to the staff
  • Excursions and company visits
  • Lunches, drinks, BBQ

The introduction program will be organized by the members of the study association Transportkunde Pandora.

Make sure you register in time via Studielink!

Start studiejaar / Start Academic year

4 september 2023

First Year

The curriculum for the first year can be found in the TU Delft studyguide. > select Program > [education] Master Mechanical Engineering.

Here the common courses for the Mechnical Engineering masters as well as the obligatory courses for the track Multi-Machine Engineering can be found.

Second Year

The second year of the track has the same structure as the other Mechanical Engineering tracks and consists of a;

  • Literature assignment
  • Research assignment
  • Master project

Master Assignments

Find more information in Brightspace


Additional information

Contact information

Ir. M.B. (Mark) Duinkerken

Master Coordinator ME-MME