The Master’s in Embedded Systems has no specializations. The following chairs participate in this Master’s programme:
The Robotics and Mechatronics (RAM) research group focuses on robotics (inspection, medical and service robotics): modelling and simulation of physical systems, intelligent control, robotic actuators and embedded control systems.
The Integrated Circuit Design (ICD) research group focuses on integrated transceivers in CMOS technology, including transmitters and receivers for wireless and wireline communication systems.
The Services, Cyber Security and Safety (SCS) research group focuses on image processing and pattern analysis in the areas of Biometrics and Medical Imaging.
The Computer Architecture for Embedded Systems (CAES) research group focuses on streaming applications in the high-performance, high-tech domain (e.g. phased array antenna systems, medical image processing and signal processing on board satellites) and ICT for energy management (e.g. smart grids).
The Design Analysis of Communication Systems (DACS) research group focuses on the design and implementation of dependable networked systems.
The Formal Methods and Tools (FMT) research group develops formal techniques and tools to support the development of software.
The Pervasive Systems (PS) research group focuses on the design of enabling technologies and methods for applications of smart sensor systems and wearable devices.
The Master’s in Embedded Systems is closely related to the CTIT research institute at the University of Twente: the Centre for Telecommunication and Information Technology.