The TU Delft Master of Science Programme in Embedded Systems focuses on the design methodology of hardware and software user environments. It covers a wide spectrum of topics ranging from integrated circuit design, computer architecture, communication networks and real-time operating systems to software engineering and formal methods for embedded applications. As an essential component in the inexorable process of miniaturisation, it is an exciting engineering science of the future.

More information about the master programme Embedded Systems at TU Delft: https://www.tudelft.nl/msc/es

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The TU Delft MSc programme Computer Engineering is unique in providing a holistic view of system design. An in-depth understanding of hardware and software is necessary to provide the enabling technology for new societal trends such as ubiquitous online presence and the Internet of Things. More information about the MSc programme Computer Engineering at TU Delft:

https://www.tudelft.nl/msc/ce

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Vergelijking tussen een duimgestuurd 2 graden van vrijheid instrument (links) en een duim- en wijsvinger gestuurd 4 graden van vrijheid instrument (rechts). Beide instrumenten hebben een identiek bereik, maar het rechter instrument kan ook nog de oriëntatie van de tip variëren. De getoonde ontwerp methode, ‘Gesture-based design’, benodigd geen functioneel prototype.
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Complexe nieuwe medische instrumenten blijven vaak steken in de fase van het prototype. Dat is duur en tijdrovend. Ewout Arkenbout ontwikkelde daarom een nieuwe, virtuele ontwerpmethode waarmee instrumenten al eerder zijn te evalueren en bij te sturen. Arkenbout promoveert op maandag 12 februari 2018 op dit onderwerp aan de TU Delft.

Meer informatie: https://www.tudelft.nl/index.php?id=35672& ;amp;L=0



We look forward to another year of technological innovations and research that will have a real impact on society. Looking around, you could say that we ‘are everywhere’...


• Whenever and wherever our alumni meet we see great things happening: old study mates reconnect and reminisce about their time in Delft, new connections are made, and networks are build. We hosted 3 alumni events in Canada: take a look at the short recap of our trip!



Raha currently works as the Delivery Team Lead at Shell. She talks about her career journey, which involved a lot of ups and downs. Raha shares her story of how she kept herself motivated in some tough times and how she kept educating herself to remain on top of her field of work. She believes that life is a function of decisions and not conditions, and talks about how it helped her in shaping as a successful professional.


A career at the faculty of Technology, Policy and Management - Amit Ashkenazy, PhD at the department Engineering Systems and Services.

The faculty of Technology, Policy and Management (TPM) at TU Delft offers a challenging and exciting work environment for researchers who want to look beyond their own research field and contribute to our multidisciplinary research agenda. At TPM we focus on societal challenges at the interface of technology, governance and values. This makes our research very relevant to society, intellectually challenging and innovative. We offer an international community with colleagues from different disciplinary backgrounds willing to collaborate with academics from other disciplines and to work on real-life cases with governments, businesses and NGO’s.
More information: https://www.tudelft.nl/en/tpm/


A career at the faculty of Technology, Policy and Management - Femke Bekius, PhD at the department Multi-Actor Systems.

The faculty of Technology, Policy and Management (TPM) at TU Delft offers a challenging and exciting work environment for researchers who want to look beyond their own research field and contribute to our multidisciplinary research agenda. At TPM we focus on societal challenges at the interface of technology, governance and values. This makes our research very relevant to society, intellectually challenging and innovative. We offer an international community with colleagues from different disciplinary backgrounds willing to collaborate with academics from other disciplines and to work on real-life cases with governments, businesses and NGO’s.
More information: https://www.tudelft.nl/en/tpm/


A career at the faculty of Technology, Policy and Management - Neelke Doorn, Professor at the department Values, Technology and Innovation.

The faculty of Technology, Policy and Management (TPM) at TU Delft offers a challenging and exciting work environment for researchers who want to look beyond their own research field and contribute to our multidisciplinary research agenda. At TPM we focus on societal challenges at the interface of technology, governance and values. This makes our research very relevant to society, intellectually challenging and innovative. We offer an international community with colleagues from different disciplinary backgrounds willing to collaborate with academics from other disciplines and to work on real-life cases with governments, businesses and NGO’s.
More information: https://www.tudelft.nl/en/tpm/


A career at the faculty of Technology, Policy and Management - Taylor Stone, PhD at the department Values, Technology and Innovation.

The faculty of Technology, Policy and Management (TPM) at TU Delft offers a challenging and exciting work environment for researchers who want to look beyond their own research field and contribute to our multidisciplinary research agenda. At TPM we focus on societal challenges at the interface of technology, governance and values. This makes our research very relevant to society, intellectually challenging and innovative. We offer an international community with colleagues from different disciplinary backgrounds willing to collaborate with academics from other disciplines and to work on real-life cases with governments, businesses and NGO’s.
More information: https://www.tudelft.nl/en/tpm/


A career at the faculty of Technology, Policy and Management - Michel van Eeten, Professor at the department Multi-Actor Systems.

The faculty of Technology, Policy and Management (TPM) at TU Delft offers a challenging and exciting work environment for researchers who want to look beyond their own research field and contribute to our multidisciplinary research agenda. At TPM we focus on societal challenges at the interface of technology, governance and values. This makes our research very relevant to society, intellectually challenging and innovative. We offer an international community with colleagues from different disciplinary backgrounds willing to collaborate with academics from other disciplines and to work on real-life cases with governments, businesses and NGO’s.
More information: https://www.tudelft.nl/en/tpm/


A career at the faculty of Technology, Policy and Management - Anneke Zuiderwijk, Postdoctoral researcher at the department Engineering Systems and Services.

The faculty of Technology, Policy and Management (TPM) at TU Delft offers a challenging and exciting work environment for researchers who want to look beyond their own research field and contribute to our multidisciplinary research agenda. At TPM we focus on societal challenges at the interface of technology, governance and values. This makes our research very relevant to society, intellectually challenging and innovative. We offer an international community with colleagues from different disciplinary backgrounds willing to collaborate with academics from other disciplines and to work on real-life cases with governments, businesses and NGO’s.
More information: https://www.tudelft.nl/en/tpm/