Advanced School for Computing and Imaging (ASCI)

ASCI office
Delft University of Technology
Building 28, room 04.E120
Van Mourik Broekmanweg 6
2628 XE – DELFT, The Netherlands

P: +31 15 27 88032

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Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 10:00 – 15:00


The ASCI office is located at the Delft University of Technology campus.  It is easily accessible by bicycle, public transport and car. The numbers of buildings can help you find your way around the campus. Make sure you remember the name and building number of your destination.

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CompSys 2023 / Registration site open!

6th Conference on Dutch Computer Systems Research 

Call for Participation CompSys 2023

CompSys is a Computer Science conference ( designed to highlight Dutch Computer Systems and Networks research, while fostering and strengthening national and international collaboration. We aim to provide a meeting space for network, computing, and computer system research and industry ideas. The 6th edition will take place at Kontakt der Kontinenten (Amersfoortsestraat 20, 3769 AS Soesterberg) on 27-29 June 2023.

We strive for diverse participation from all the interesting and interested parties in the Netherlands, and we especially welcome senior members of the research community, junior faculty members, PhD, master, or undergraduate students. CompSys 2023 will host three types of contributions: research papers, work-in-progress papers/early ideas, and negative/failed research results.

CompSys 2023 is pleased to announce that it will be hosting four keynote talks from distinguished experts in academia and industry, who will deliver cutting-edge insights into critical areas of computer systems and networks. These areas include 6G networks and safety-critical real-time systems, among others. Attendees will benefit from the opportunity to glean knowledge and expertise from renowned scholars and practitioners in the field.

Moreover, CompSys 2023 is proud to organize a panel discussion on “Bridging the Gap – Industry Uptake of Advanced Research from Academia”. The panel will explore several pressing topics, including the adoption of specific academic outcomes in industrial systems and products, as well as the reasons why, why not, and how to adopt such outcomes. This panel will feature a diverse range of experts, drawn from both academia and industry, with extensive experience in computer systems and networks. Attendees can expect to gain invaluable insights from these eminent professionals.

Conference dates: 27-29 June 2023


Registration deadline: June 16, 2023.

More information:

List of keynotes and panel

Keynote 1

Speaker: Haitham Hassanieh (EPFL)

Title: A New Era In Wireless Networking: Millimeter Wave, RAN Virtualization, AI, and Joint Communication & Sensing

Keynote 2

Speaker: Bahare M Khorsandi (Nokia Bell Labs)

Title: 6G architecture driven design to connect the three worlds

Keynote 3

Speaker: Mitra Nasri (TU Eindhoven)

Title: The right action at the right time: past, present, and future trends in real-time systems design

Keynote 4

Speaker: Frans Widdershoven (TU Delft & NXP)

Title: Pixelated Capacitive Sensors for Embedded Smart Multi-Sensing Application

Panel: Bridging the Gap – Industry Uptake of Advanced Research from Academia


Darkshina Dasari (Bosch)

Geoffery Nelissen (TU Eindhoven)

Fernando Kuipers (TU Delft)

Frank Mertz (KPN)