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Mechatronics and microsystems

Enter the challenging world of the Delft Centre for Mechatronics and Microsystems.

Increasingly intelligent systems with enhanced functionality. Extremely fast and precise production machinery. Tiny, multifunctional precision instruments for surgery... all concepts that call for new ways of integrating mechatronic systems with microsystems. This results in miniaturised electro-mechanical systems with a superior performance. The Delft Centre for Mechatronics and Microsystems deals with the fundamental aspects of their design, modelling, optimisation and production. The Delft Centre for Mechatronics and Microsystems aims to research and explore the possibilities of small-scale functions and the benefits generated at macro level. DCMM research is focused around four interdisciplinary research themes:

Participation

The following groups participate in DCMM:

Faculty Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering (3mE)

  • Precision and Microsystems Engineering (PME), Prof. Fred van Keulen, Dr. Marcel Tichem, Prof. Rob Munnig Schmidt, Prof. Jan van Eijk, Prof. Leo Ernst, Prof. Daniel Rixen, Prof. Urs Staufer. Further information about PME can be found at Precision and Microsystems Engineering.
  • Delft Center for Systems and Control (DCSC), Prof. Paul van den Hof, Prof. Michel Verhaegen. Further information about DCSC can be found at Delft Center for Systems and Control.
  • BioMechanical Engineering (BMechE), Prof. Frans van der Helm, Prof. Jenny Dankelman. Further information about BMechE can be found at BioMechanical Engineering.

Faculty Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)

  • DIMES, Prof. Lina Sarro, Prof. Paddy French. Further information about DIMES can be found at DIMES.
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