The Control Systems (CS) group has an important role in research, technological development and educational activities in systems and control at the Eindhoven University of Technology.

CS actively participates in the research program of the national research school DISC (Dutch Institute of Systems and Control) and significantly contributes to the  “Smart and Sustainable Systems” program of the EE department. Cooperative links exist with the EE groups EPE and EES and the ME group CST.

Activities of the group can categorized to the following domains:

  1. Fundamental
  2. Process
  3. High tech
  4. Automotive
  5. Energy




The domain of dynamic systems and control provides essential tools for the smart and high-performance operation of technical systems in a wide variety of technology domains. Model-based measurement, monitoring, control, optimization and adaptation are the key ingredients of a research field that is an essential enabling technology for the optimal dynamic operation of high-tech/mechatronic systems, automotive systems, energy and power converter systems and industrial process control systems.

It is the research mission of the group to be an internationally recognized center of research in systems and control that has a solid foundation in the department of EE and TU/e,  where contributions to fundamental theory and technological development are combined in advancing innovative technological applications in a selected number of domains, in cooperation with relevant industrial and academic partners.