D.S.A. Kalman, is the study association of Delft Center for Systems and Control (DCSC) representing students pursuing a masters degree in Systems and Control. It was officially founded in March 2017, as a continuation of our predecessor “Out of Control”. D.S.A. Kalman’s role is to support the students in different fields: academic, corporal and social. Want to find out more? Scroll down and find information on the individual fields.
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Our presence in the yearly Board of Studies meetings, where we provide valuable feedback, aims for improving the quality of our study at DCSC. Due to good insights in students’ needs via our quarterly evaluation, we are able to bridge the gap between students, administration and professors. As crucial part in that mechanism, we deliver all kind of comments and complaints of the students to the administration and provide high-quality feedback to students and professors.
Business related topics are of high importance to D.S.A. Kalman. We have set the focus of the association actively to this field. Our main business events are the Control Career Fair as well as the Start-up Drinks. In both events, students have the opportunity to get into contact with innovative companies and start-ups. By this way we want to act as a platform, where students benefit by either finding a short or longterm internship, thesis project and even a job opportunity. Besides the major events, we organise different lectures, workshops, in-house days, etc. in collaboration with our partners and the international office of the TU Delft. We aim to improve the competency of our fellow students and bring them closer to work reality! Want to get involved? Find out more here.
Social events are a significant part of D.S.A. Kalman’s agenda. And of course, there is not a better excuse for socializing than a cold beer. That is why we start every quarter with the quarterly drinks, where every student, PhD and professor of DCSC is invited to. Next to that, we yearly organise a Potluck Dinner full of homemade food, where everyone is free to let their cooking talent flourish.