Master thesis projects

Finding a thesis project.

For students participating in the TU Delft computer science and embedded systems master’s programs we have several openings for research thesis projects. Usually these topics can also be adjusted to fit in the scope of a BSc research project.

All MSc projects are aligned with our research. They often are connected to one of our ongoing research projects , but we also frequently use MSc projects to explore new research directions. Projects can be conducted at:

  • TU Delft in our own research labs, in close collaboration with our postdocs and PhD students
  • Industry (as part of an internship), usually with companies (in The Netherlands or abroad) with which we have an ongoing research collaboration (e.g. ING, SIG, Adyen, ATOS, XWiki, Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Infotron, JetBrains, …)
  • Other (international) universities – we have a rich network of academic friends around the world.

If you study at a different university and you would like to write a research master thesis in the context of one of the SERG projects, you should ask your own university supervisor to contact us. We have limited places available, but are always interested in new research opportunities.

SERG Supervisors

You can make an appointment with one of the SERG group members to see what projects are currently open, or you can propose your own project, provided there is a clear connection with the research we conduct at our labs. You can contact the following persons for more information:

Composing your Study Program

If you plan to conduct your MSc project at SERG, you will need to include at least two of the CS MSc courses SERG teaches in your IEP (Individual Exam Program). We strongly recommend you to follow our software architecture, software analytics, or software testing and reverse engineering courses. Besides our own software engineering related courses, when choosing the electives in your program you can consider including courses in such areas as machine learning, computational intelligence, data science, compiler construction, distributed systems, or security.

Optionally, you can start your research with a 7-8 week literature survey (IN4306, 10EC). This assignment is concluded with a report containing an overview of the state-of-the-art in a particular branch of research.

Proposing your Own Project

Under certain conditions it can also be possible to propose your own project. In those cases it is important to

  • Study a number of existing MSc theses .
  • Identify an ongoing research project to which your proposal is connected.

In particular you need to carefully think about the research component of your proposal, and have a clear idea on why your proposal is novel – it should advance the world’s knowledge in software engineering. If you wish to pursue this route it is advisable to select and contact a possible supervisor as early as possible.

Writing your Thesis

Once you’ve found your project and your supervisor, we recommend that you start writing as soon as possible: Devise a table of content, and fill in details as you go.

To write your thesis you need to make use of our MSc Thesis Template .

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At TU Delft, we study the development and implementation of innovations such as sustainable energy technologies from a systems perspective in which technology, actors/stakeholders and the institutional context are intertwined. We cover a large variety of research areas such as the analysis and design of infrastructure, analysis of how sustainable energy technologies are implemented in developed and in developing countries, technology-based entrepreneurship and economics.

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The following departments offer graduation projects in the Economics & Society profile:

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Internal oxidation of three Mn-steel alloys with 1.7, 3.5 and 7.0 wt% Mn concentration at 950 °C in a gas mixture composed of nitrogen, hydrogen and water vapor with a dew point of +10°C was evaluated. For these alloys, the kinetics of internal oxidation are diffusion-controlled and obey parabolic growth rate law. The diffusion coefficient of oxygen and manganese determined from the observed internal oxidation kinetics are 3.35 × 10 −7 and 4.14 × 10 −12  cm 2 /s at 950 °C, respectively. The formed internal oxide precipitates are mainly composed of MnO. The solubility product of MnO in an austenitic iron matrix is estimated to be (7.66 ± 0.18) × 10 −9  mol fraction 2 at 950 °C. The numerical simulation of concentration depth profiles of precipitated oxygen is in agreement with depth profiles determined with image analysis and X-ray microanalysis. Validity of the numerical simulation in case of the phase transformation was also tested. When a 1.7 wt% Mn-steel alloy is oxidized at 850 °C (instead of 950 °C) with a dew point of +12 °C partial phase transformation from austenite to ferrite takes place due to the Mn depletion. The associated precipitated oxygen concentration depth profile can be predicted accurately with numerical simulation.

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This research was carried out under project number M22.7.11439 in the framework of the Research Program of the Materials innovation institute (M2i, www.m2i.nl ). Financial support from International Zinc Association (IZA, www.zinc.org ) is gratefully acknowledged. The authors are indebted to Dr. W. Melfo, Dr. H. Bolt and Dr. M. Zuiderwijk of Tata Steel (IJmuiden, The Netherlands) for valuable discussions and providing the Mn steel alloys. The authors are also indebted to Ing. J. C. Brouwer for technical support and assistance with experiments.

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dr. Chao Chen

PhD thesis (Apr 2018): Front-End ASICs for 3-D Ultrasound: From Beamforming to Digitization Promotor: Michiel Pertijs , Nico de Jong

Expertise: ASICs for medical ultrasound and data converters

Chao Chen received the B.Sc. degree in micro-electronics from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China in 2010, and the M.Sc. (cum laude) and Ph.D. degree in micro-electronics from the Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands, in 2012 and 2018, respectively. His Ph.D. research topic was front-end application-specified integrated circuit (ASIC) design for 3-D medical ultrasound imaging.

Since 2017, Dr. Chen has been a Senior Analog IC designer with Butterfly Network Inc., Guilford, CT, USA, where he contributed to the development of next-generation ASICs for portable ultrasound. In 2021, he moved back to the Netherlands as a postdoctoral researcher at TU Delft, while continuing to hold a position as Consultant at Butterfly Network. His research interests include integrated circuits for medical imaging, low-power sensor interfaces, and high-resolution data converters.

Dr. Chen has authored and co-authored more than 30 publications and holds 3 US patents. He was a recipient of the Huygens Scholarship in 2011, the ISSCC STGA Award in 2013, the IEEE IUS Best Student Paper Award in 2017, and the Else Kooi Award in 2019. He was also a co-recipient of the A-SSCC 2017 Best Student Paper Award.

Projects history

Miniature ultrasound probes for real-time 3d imaging and monitoring of cardiac interventions.

This research project will enable the next generation of miniature ultrasound probes for real-time 3D transesophageal echocardiography, suitable for use in small children and newborns.

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PhD thesis (Jun 2016): Power Efficient RF/mm-wave Oscillators and Power Amplifiers for Wireless Applications Promotor: Bogdan Staszewski

Expertise: RF circuits

Masoud Babaie received the B.Sc. (Hons.) and M.Sc. degrees in electrical engineering from the Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, and the Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, in 2004 and 2006, respectively, and the Ph.D. (cum laude) degree from the Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands, in 2016.

He joined the Kavoshcom Research and Development Group, Tehran, in 2006, where he was involved in designing wireless communication systems. He was appointed a CTO of the company from 2009 to 2011. He was consulting for RF group of TSMC, Hsinchu, Taiwan, in 2013-2015, designing 28-nm All-Digital PLL and Bluetooth Low Energy transceiver chips. From 2014 to 2015, he was a Visiting Scholar Researcher with Berkeley Wireless Research Center, Berkeley, CA, USA, with the Group of Prof. A. Niknejad. In 2016, he joined theDelft University of Technology, where he is currently an Associate Professor. He has co-authored one book, three book chapters, 11 patents, and over 80 technical publication. His current research interests include analog and RF/millimeter-wave integrated circuits and systems for wireless communications and cryogenic electronics for quantum computation.

Dr. Babaie was a co-recipient of the 2015–2016 IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society Pre-Doctoral Achievement Award, the 2019 IEEE ISSCC Demonstration Session Certificate of Recognition, the 2020 IEEE ISSCC Jan Van Vessem Award for Outstanding European Paper, and the 2022 IEEE CICC Best Paper Award. He was the recipient of the Veni Award from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) in 2019. He also serves on the Technical Program Committee of the IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) and the Co-Chair for the Emerging Computing Devices and Circuits Subcommittee of the IEEE European Solid-State  Circuits Conference (ESSCIRC). 

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Designing digital CMOS circuit such as frequency dividers and time-to-digital (TDC) circuits

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Commonly used RF electronics architectures in wireless systems, with the requirements on their building blocks.

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Digital RF/Microwave System, Digital-Passive, All-digital RF synthesizers, transmitters and receivers

Education history

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(not running) Basic concepts of RF design, such as noise, nonlinearity, Impedance Matching, Analog/Digital Modulation, Pulse-shaping, Mixer, Oscillator, Link-budget, Transmitter/Receiver Architectures

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All-digital phase-locked loops, inductor/capacitor-based DC-DC switching converters

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High power rf-dac.

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The WhALE project targets, employing complementary expertise in the field of electromagnetics, system integration and integrated circuit design, to develop the next generation of mmwave transmitters.

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  • Amir Arsalan Kiavar
  • Mohammad Ali Montazerolghaem
  • Mohsen Mortazavi
  • Yue Chen (2022)
  • Bishnu Patra (2021)

MSc students

  • Hongxiang Guo
  • Dimitris Verroiopoulos
  • Simon Verkleij (2022)
  • Pieter van der Kamp (2022)
  • Lennart de Jong (2021)
  • Niels Fakkel (2021)
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  • Armin Šabanović (2019)
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  • Sarthak Sharma (2019)
  • Sunil Sheelavant (2018)

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  • [2022] Fully passive low-noise amplifiers
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  • [2022] A Low-Power Sub-GHz WiFi Receiver
  • [2022] Charge-Sampling Fractional-N PLL (SiTime)
  • [2022] Design of a Cryogenic Isolator and MUX for Quantum Computers
  • [2022] Low-Phase-Noise VCO for Sub-10fs-Jitter PLL (SiTime)
  • [2022] a Reference-less Clock and Data Recovery (CDR) Block for Wireline Applications

Sihao Sun

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Delft University of Technology

I am a researcher with a focus on planning, estimation, and control of aerial robotic systems. My work has been recognized with the prestigious Best Paper Award of IEEE RA-L . My research on aerial robot fault-tolerant control and perception has been featured in well-regarded media outlets like IEEE Spectrum . I’m the winner of the Veni grant as part of the Dutch Research Council (NWO) talent program.

I’m currently a researcher at the deparment of Cognitive Robotics (CoR) of Delft University of Technology. From 2022 to 2023, I have been a postdoctoral researcher at the Robotics and Mechatronics (RaM) group at the University of Twente, collaborating with Prof. Antonio Franchi . Prior to this, from 2020 to 2021, I worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the Robotics and Perception Group (RPG) at the University of Zurich under the guidance of Prof. Davide Scaramuzza .

In December 2020, I earned my PhD in Aerospace Engineering from the Control and Simulation Group (C&S) at Delft University of Technology, supervised by Dr. Coen de Visser and Prof. Guido de Croon . My doctoral thesis has addressed the fault-tolerant control problem of aerial robots subject to significant dynamical uncertainties.

  • Aerial Robotics
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PhD in Aerospace Engineering, 2020

January 15, 2024. I have joined the department of Cognitive Robotics as a researcher funded by the Veni Grant. A new journey now starts!🦾🤖🦿

October 17, 2023. I have been appointed as an Associate Editor of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters (RA-L).

August 3, 2023. I have won the prestigious Veni grant from Dutch Research Council.🏆

April 20, 2023. My MSc student Fang Nan has won the prestigious ETH Medal (Outstanding Master’s thesis), congratulations!!!🎉🎉🎉

April 1, 2023. A new paper has been accepted by ICUAS on Collaborative Aerial Manipulation , check it out!

May 20, 2022. I have received a Best Paper Award from Robotics and Automation Letters !!! 🎉🎉🎉

May 2, 2022. A new paper accepted by IEEE Transactions on Robotics about comparing NMPC and flatness-based controller for quadrotor agile flights.

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Agile flight control for drones.

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High Efficiency Air Cargo Design

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Nonlinear mpc for quadrotor fault-tolerant control.

Nonlinear MPC for Quadrotor Fault-Tolerant Control

A Comparative Study of Nonlinear MPC and Differential-Flatness-Based Control for Quadrotor Agile Flight

A Comparative Study of Nonlinear MPC and Differential-Flatness-Based Control for Quadrotor Agile Flight

Model Predictive Contouring Control for Near-Time-Optimal Quadrotor Flight

Model Predictive Contouring Control for Near-Time-Optimal Quadrotor Flight

Performance, Precision, and Payloads: Adaptive Nonlinear MPC for Quadrotors

Performance, Precision, and Payloads: Adaptive Nonlinear MPC for Quadrotors

Autonomous Quadrotor Flight despite Rotor Failure with Onboard Vision Sensors Frames vs. Events

Autonomous Quadrotor Flight despite Rotor Failure with Onboard Vision Sensors Frames vs. Events

Incremental Nonlinear Fault-Tolerant Control of a Quadrotor With Complete Loss of Two Opposing Rotors

Incremental Nonlinear Fault-Tolerant Control of a Quadrotor With Complete Loss of Two Opposing Rotors

High-speed flight of quadrotor despite loss of single rotor

High-speed flight of quadrotor despite loss of single rotor

Upset Recovery Control for Quadrotors Subjected to a Complete Rotor Failure from Large Initial Disturbances

Upset Recovery Control for Quadrotors Subjected to a Complete Rotor Failure from Large Initial Disturbances

Quadrotor gray-box model identification from high-speed flight data

Quadrotor gray-box model identification from high-speed flight data

Quadrotor safe flight envelope prediction in the high-speed regime: A Monte-Carlo approach

Quadrotor safe flight envelope prediction in the high-speed regime: A Monte-Carlo approach

Quadrotor fault tolerant incremental sliding mode control driven by sliding mode disturbance observers

Quadrotor fault tolerant incremental sliding mode control driven by sliding mode disturbance observers

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