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locatieDelft
diplomaMSc Computer Science
typeregulier, 120 EC
start1 september
taalvolledig English
opleidingsduur2 jaar voltijd
accreditatiesNVAO
croho-code60300
heeft geen numerus fixus
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Studieprogramma

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1e jaar
periode
1234
Core Courses
25 EC
Specialisation and elective courses
35 EC
2e jaar
periode
1234
Specialisation and elective courses
15 EC
Thesis project afstuderen
45 EC

specialisaties

track Software Technology Track

Software technology has a major impact on the economies of industrialised countries.

Information-processing systems provide the backbone for almost all administrative and logistic operations within commercial production, business and public administration. Without software, high-tech systems are useless, whether large (e.g., a self-driving car or a robot for computer-assisted surgery) or small (e.g., a smartphone or an ordinary electronic card payment system). Moreover, software permeates all aspects of our life in society, ranging from Internet-based services like e-mail, online games, social networks and cloud computing, to large-scale scientific computing systems, traffic control systems and wireless sensor systems. All these systems need to have effective algorithms for their correct operation, good performance, high reliability and a well-thought-out architecture to make them easy to build and to maintain. Such essential features very well describe the specific focus of the Software Technology track.

specialisatie 4TU Cyber Security

The 4TU Cyber Security specialisation is part of the Master's programme Computer Science. It is a joint Master's specialisation offered by Delft University of Technology and the University of Twente.

Our society critically depends on cyber space for almost everything, including banking, transport & logistics, air travel, energy, telecommunications, flood defence, healthcare, email, social networks, and even warfare. The consequences of cyber security failures could be disastrous and the demand for cyber security specialists is therefore high and rising.

Cyber security is a multidisciplinary field with computer science at its core. For example, it involves cryptography, formal methods, secure software engineering, and machine learning. It also touches on a broad range of supporting disciplines, such as law, economics, criminology, management, and psychology.

As a student of the 4TU Cyber Security Master's specialisation, you can enroll in the Computer Science Master at Delft University of Technology or the University of Twente.

specialisatie Bioinformatics

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The main focus of the Bioinformatics specialisation is on Data Analysis and Modeling, which represents the unique expertise of the different research groups of Delft University of Technology and Leiden University.This expertise is used to address issues like data capturing, data warehousing, data analysis and data mining that have become major challenges in the field of Bioinformatics due to the tremendous complexity and abundance of quantitative data in biology and medicine.

On the other hand, bioinformatics heavily contributes to the identification of new fundamental computer science principles and the development of new informatics tools. This track is part of the Master's in Computer Science of the Delft University of Technology and the Master's degree programme Computer Science of the Leiden University.

specialisatie Information Architecture

The IA programme combines aspects from computer science and from management, and thus addresses the problem of concurrently designing and engineering enterprises and their supporting ICT applications.

Information Architecture (IA) is special programme within TU Delft's MSc Computer Science. You can follow this programme both within the Software Technology track as well as the Data Science & Technology track.

IA is a collaborative programme of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics & Computer Science (EEMCS) and the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management (TPM). Within the TPM faculty, the associated track falls under the MSc program in Complex Systems Engineering and Management (CoSEM). Students who have completed the IA special programme receive an official notice on their MSc certificates.

The IA programme combines aspects from computer science and from management, and thus addresses the problem of concurrently designing and engineering enterprises and their supporting ICT applications. It concentrates on the alignment between organizational needs and the engineering opportunities and solutions offered by novel ICT solutions. An information architect is a professional who bridges the gap between business and ICT.

  1. Data Science & Technology Track

Onderwijs

taal van onderwijs100% en
onderwijsopzet40% zelfstudie
30% theorie
30% praktijk
avondonderwijsn.v.t.
afstandsonderwijsn.v.t.
onderwijsvormen
group discussion, group assignment, lecture, individual assignment, literature study, oral presentation, practicum, project, seminar, tutorial, self study

Toelating en studiekosten

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startmomenten

1 september 2019
aanmelding deadline : 1 april 2019
collegegeld nog niet bekend

estimated monthly costs

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bedragkostenpost
312kamerhuur in Delftrond het landelijk gemiddelde
22internet+tv
152boodschappen/kostgeld
32telefoon
117verzekeringen
158collegegeldop basis van € 1906 per jaar
80studieboeken en -spullen
29drinken/snoep/snacks
77uiterlijkkleding, kapper, schoenen
30contributies/abonnementen
132vrije tijdstappen, uit eten, vakantie
42vervoernaast de OV-kaart
45overig

€ 1180totale maandelijkse uitgaven landelijk gemiddelde is € 1181
Hiernaast staat een overzicht van de gemiddelde kosten die een uitwonende student heeft. Niet iedere student heeft met iedere kostenpost te maken. Het totaalgemiddelde is dus niet gelijk aan de optelsom van alle kostenposten.

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Studenten en studentenleven

studentaantallen

474 studenten volgen deze opleiding
18% daarvan is vrouw
72 eerstejaars gestart in 2017
36% daarvan is vrouw
22199 studenten aan de Technische Universiteit Delft
26% daarvan is vrouw
bron: StudieData

studievereniging

Christiaan Huygens
Christiaan Huygens (CH) is de studievereniging voor Wiskunde en Informatica studenten van de Technische Universiteit Delft.

Op kamers in Delft

23597studenten studerend
12824studenten woonachtig   
€ 312gemiddelde kamerprijs
kamer betaalbaarheid
21 m2gemiddelde kameroppervlak
kamer beschikbaarheid
bron: Nationale Studenten Enquête

aan het woord: studenten en docenten

Daphne van Beek
Research in Bioinformatics is essential to realize the necessary breakthroughs within medicine & biotechnology

During my bachelor's degree in Life Science and Technology at the Delft University of Technology I was mainly interested in the subjects centered on processing biological data using computational methods.

Currently the amount of data that can be produced in the lab is huge, but processing this data is challenging and requires much more than just a spreadsheet. Modeling and analyzing these huge datasets generates new biological knowledge (such as new protein structures, functions and relationships)...
Realizing this, my choice for the master's program in Bioinformatics was made quickly. And, working with people with different backgrounds is challenging and fun! Currently I'm working with datasets of sequenced human genomes: trying to detect defects that may result in a disease. This is not only interesting, but also very important for society!


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Lennaert van den Brink
The Computer Science Master's programme offers many challenges, often in the form of interesting and engaging projects.

I am a Computer Science student at TU Delft. After finishing secondary school I chose to study computer science (Technische Informatica) at TU Delft. I enjoyed using the computer and playing games, but had no idea how a computer was able to do these things and I wanted to find that out.

After completing my Bachelor I chose to stay in Delft to do my master. It allowed me to continue my social activities at the student rowing club, but also because the university's programme offered a diverse and engaging set of courses...
For my graduation project, I worked on visualising gene expression in the human brain. This was a real challenge, because not only did it concern a huge dataset but I also had almost no knowledge of genomics or the brain in general. In order to make a good visualisation I had to gain a deep understanding of the data and had to figure out how specialists use this data to gain new insights.

The Computer Science Master's programme offers many challenges, often in the form of interesting and engaging projects. Getting your hands dirty on real assignments is the best way to master computer science and this programme gives you many opportunities to do so!"


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Roland Dietz
afgestudeerd in 198 werkzaam als Chairman/Founder Focused Growth Partners, Inc en Commissaris
My time in Delft was really enjoyable in all aspects.

I started my study at EWI because I was attracted to biomedical engineering. Along the way I changed my emphasis to artificial intelligence: The application of Fuzzy sets to model human decision making. As a special project I got to work on an expert system to control the Oosterschelde storm surge barrier. My time in Delft was really enjoyable in all aspects...
I also serve as board director for CABI, with headquarters in the UK, and operations world-wide. My career has been broad and deep, working for Philips, Elsevier, Tulip Computers and running several software companies in the USA and the Netherlands. My specialty is on how to apply information as a strategic asset for companies, examples are: Customer Experience Management, Business model Innovation, Agile management and governance structures and the information technology dimension to enable all these key strategic business aspects. The most important project in my career was the transformation of Elsevier Science, the world's largest science publisher from a print to a digital business, building a $734M digital licensing franchise. My work in the board of CABI is to coach the CEO and C-team in their efforts to provide services to farmers and governments around the world in agriculture, biosciences and environmental sciences.

I am a dual citizen of the Netherlands and the USA, live in Scottsdale, Arizona on the West Coast of the USA and have business activities around the world. I also serve as an executive coach for the MBA students at the WP Carey school of Business at Arizona State University.


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Martijn Rentmeester
afgestudeerd in 2014 werkzaam als Consultant Analytics & Information Management bij Deloitte Consulting
Instead of using gut feeling we now know much better what is really going on looking at measured data and we can even predict or recommend things.

After graduating in August 2014 I joined Deloitte as a consultant in the field of Analytics & Information Management. During my study Computer Science in Delft I noticed that I liked the field of Data Science. Not only the math and algorithms in this field are beautiful, but also the dozens of applications...
Therefore I chose to join a consultancy firm. As a consultant in Analytics & Information Management I advise clients, mainly big corporates (like Philips, Achmea, Ziggo and PostNL), in the field of Data Science. The type of advice can be quite diverse. Sometimes I create a data analysis for a client, and thus program machine learning algorithms in languages like SQL, R or Python. But on other days I am creating (PowerPoint) presentations to consult the client about how they can apply Data Science in their working field to improve, for example, their marketing department. This wouldn't be possible if I don't understand how the different machine learning algorithms work. So in both ways, the knowledge gained during my studies helps me.

Another advantage of working for a company like Deloitte is that a lot of young people start their career in those kind of companies. Everyone is full of energy and new fresh ideas and willing to make the best out of their lives. This is really inspiring.


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Mark Zijdemans
afgestudeerd in 2013 werkzaam als co-founder / devops-manager / sometimes CTO bij Shopsuite B.V.
It provided me the organisational context I needed and gave me the opportunity to work on solving large scale problem using software solutions.

When I was about to start my bachelors, I had a hard time choosing a programme that suited me. As such, I decided to start a programme that was challenging to me and started Computer Science in Delft. When I finished my bachelor programme I attended the Information Architecture track of the Computer Science master at EEMCS...
Shopsuite is an e-commerce tool for online publishers, which enables them to create a storefront on their website and start selling products from high-end retailers. We are currently operating in the Netherlands and are working exclusively with high quality publishers, such as Sanoma (Libelle, Margriet) and Hearst (Elle, Harpers Bazaar, Cosmopolitan). At the beginning of 2017 we received funding and we are now scaling up.

When starting up this business I found out that I liked working on large enterprise architectures, however, I prefer working in a team that is small and autonomous. This is a direct result of my master track, where we worked in a similar way. At this point we are servicing the largest customers in our industry and whilst working with a very small team. As Shopsuite revolves around the software that enables our customer to engage in e-commerce, we are always looking for new people with a master in Information Architecture.

The master taught me how organisations work along with the needed skills to design software and infrastructure to create solutions for large scale problems. Most importantly, I learned how to communicate with non-technical management which can be very challenging. I now have a better understanding of what drives a business and which information needs to be presented to determine success. This learned me to translate business goals and targets into solutions we can provide or design.

My main advice in determining which master is right for you is simple; look back at the courses you have had so far and especially at the ones where you really enjoyed working on and where you ended up doing more than was required. These often are the courses that are related to a master track. For Information Architecture, this could be courses related to Software and Enterprise Architecture, Business Management and Information Retrieval for example.


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Veronika Cheplygina
afgestudeerd in 2010 werkzaam als Assistant professor in medical image analysis bij TU Eindhoven
My research and teaching is focused on using machine learning algorithms to recognize patterns of illness in medical scans.

I'm an assistant professor in medical image analysis at TU Eindhoven. My research and teaching is focused on using machine learning algorithms to recognize patterns of illness in medical scans. One of the projects I'm working on is recognizing the lung disease COPD – the third major cause of death worldwide – in chest CT scans. This is challenging because although a lot of scans are available, it is time-consuming for experts to annotate them, which hurts the performance of the algorithms. Therefore I'm studying how to improve predictions with only a limited amount of annotated data...
I enjoyed these subjects so much that I did my graduation project in this field, working on automatic sorting of post office parcels at a company called Prime Vision. I was also enjoying my time in Delft in general, being active in the mathematics & computer science student society `Christiaan Huygens' and the student soccer club Ariston'80.

After graduation I decided to pursue a PhD in machine learning at TU Delft. I had an amazing time, challenging myself to work on difficult problems while collaborating with many excellent people who became my friends in the process. I had the chance to work with researchers from all over the world, presenting my research in Europe, US, Japan and China. I think some students have a negative view of doing a PhD because it's “lonely” but this just depends on what you make of it yourself. I felt in charge of my PhD project and sought out activities (such as collaborative projects and organizing conferences) which complemented my research AND my personality. My advice to students would therefore be not to have a fixed mindset about what different careers entail, but to try it out for yourself, for example through open days and internships.


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Marcel Reinders
I develop novel algorithms to analyse such data, by making use of machine learning methodologies, or graph-based algorithms.

I am professor in Bioinformatics and I am fascinated by the interplay between computer science and life sciences. With the ability to decipher genomes, the role of computations is revolutionizing life science. This science of the 21th century will play a crucial role in solving the great challenges that humanity is facing. Already, important breakthroughs have been realized in understanding diseases, improvements in food production, or production of complex chemicals...
To do so, my lab has an excellent computing infrastructure with ultra-fast connections to the (inter)national high-performance computing environment.

Our bioinformatics students work in inter-disciplinary teams. For example, a recent student closely collaborated with clinical geneticists. He developed new computational tools to detect trisonomies (three copies of a chromosome instead of two) in unborn children by testing maternal blood. The results are now being implemented as part of a novel and much safer screening technology for pregnant women.

Because of their strong technical background, and their ability to cooperate in complex settings, our students are very popular in the job market. The shortage of bioinformaticians makes them most welcome in research and industrial positions both in and outside the Netherlands. Come and join us in our endeavour of this new thrilling science!


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Keuzehulp

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Studievergelijker

1/11 TU Delft
Computer Science
€ 312 gemiddelde kamerhuur
72 eerstejaars
36% vrouw
? uur contacttijd/week
100% Engelstalig
2/11 TU Delft
Data Science & Technology
€ 312 gemiddelde kamerhuur
72 eerstejaars
36% vrouw
? uur contacttijd/week
100% Engelstalig
3/11 TU Delft
EIT Master ICT innovation
€ 312 gemiddelde kamerhuur
72 eerstejaars
36% vrouw
? uur contacttijd/week
100% Engelstalig
4/11 TU Delft
Software Technology
€ 312 gemiddelde kamerhuur
72 eerstejaars
36% vrouw
? uur contacttijd/week
100% Engelstalig
5/11 Universiteit Leiden
Advanced Data Analytics
star Keuzegids topopleiding 2018  1e  78
€ 350 gemiddelde kamerhuur
22 eerstejaars
36% vrouw
? uur contacttijd/week
100% Engelstalig
6/11 Universiteit Leiden
Education (NL)
€ 350 gemiddelde kamerhuur
22 eerstejaars
36% vrouw
? uur contacttijd/week
100% Nederlandstalig
7/11 Universiteit Leiden
Science Communication and Society
star Keuzegids topopleiding 2018  1e  78
€ 350 gemiddelde kamerhuur
22 eerstejaars
36% vrouw
? uur contacttijd/week
100% Engelstalig
8/11 Universiteit Leiden
Bioinformatics
star Keuzegids topopleiding 2018  1e  78
€ 350 gemiddelde kamerhuur
22 eerstejaars
36% vrouw
? uur contacttijd/week
100% Engelstalig
9/11 Universiteit Leiden
Computer Science
star Keuzegids topopleiding 2018  1e  78
€ 350 gemiddelde kamerhuur
22 eerstejaars
36% vrouw
? uur contacttijd/week
100% Engelstalig
10/11 Universiteit Twente
Computer Science
€ 250 gemiddelde kamerhuur
22 eerstejaars
18% vrouw
? uur contacttijd/week
100% Engelstalig
11/11 Amsterdam VU
Computer Science
€ 424 gemiddelde kamerhuur
? eerstejaars
?% vrouw
? uur contacttijd/week
100% Engelstalig
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