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Signals and Systems

Delft University of Technology

Master Postgraduate Delft

Course description

Qualification Master of Science
Field of study Engineering
Course summary Electronics are increasingly being integrated into everyday items and everyday life.
Course description Chips, sensors and antennas can be found in consumer electronics products (e.g. portable audio players, HDTV and DVB-H receivers) and communication devices (e.g. mobile phones, home appliances and cars), as well as in sophisticated equipment for science and industry (e.g. radar systems, control systems for robots, and medical systems). Signal analysis and processing plays an important role in these electronic systems, being crucial to the acquisition of signals and the extraction and interpretation the information that the signals are presumed to carry. Signal processing is also used to interpret the nature of physical processes based on the observation of either a signal or the manner in which the process alters the characteristics of a signal. Electrical engineers who specialise in signals and systems design and develop electronic systems over a wide range of applications. Examples include the development of medical equipment (e.g. hearing aids or MRI scanners), wireless communication systems, radar and remote-sensing systems, large antenna arrays for radio astronomy and control systems (e.g. adaptive optics or the control of swarms of satellites).
Study subjects This two-year track is designed for students with a Bachelor's degree in ElectricalEngineering. The programme, which is taught in English, provides a solid scientific base in the fundamentals of Electrical Engineering, combined with in-depth scientific and practical knowledge and understanding of the entire spectrum of microelectronics ranging from technology and devices to analogue and digital circuits, sensors, systems and microsystems. The course content is in line with industry expectations
Course objectives The Thesis project is the last study unit of the programme and serves to prove that you acquired the academic competencies of a Master of Science in Signals and Systems. The project involves a research or design task with sufficient academic level.
ECTS credits 120.00
Duration -
full-time
Language of instruction English
Instruction modes -
Accreditation NVAO

About the institution

Department faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Sciences (EEMCS)
Information about the institution TU Delft cooperates with many other educational and research institutions, both in the Netherlands and abroad. The high quality of our research and teaching is renowned.

Admission

Admission requirements
Language requirements
IELTS listening 6
IELTS overall band 6.5
IELTS reading 6
IELTS speaking 6
IELTS writing 6
Professional experience required -
Duration -
full-time
Application deadlines
Start date EU/EEA Students Non-EU/EEA students
1 Sep 2020 - -
Tuition fees
Year EU/EEA Non-EU/EEA Institutional
No tuition fees available.

In short, the following rules apply:

  • The “EU/EEA rate” is the regular fee for students from within the EU/EEA.
  • The “non-EU/EEA rate” is the rate for students from outside the EU/EEA.
  • The “institutional rate” is for all students who have already obtained a bachelor’s or master’s degree and who want to start a second programme leading to a degree at the same level or at a lower level.
  • Note that FT, PT and D stand for "full-time", "part-time" and "dual", respectively.

Make sure you contact your institution to find out what rate applies to you. The rates listed here are estimates.

Scholarships

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Contact

Contact information for the study programme

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info-eemcs@tudelft.nl

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Contact

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