Graduate Program

Information Engineering

The purpose of the program is to train and prepare human resources for higher education teaching, research, incentive of scientific education and other activities related to this area.  Program Goals: Understanding the nature of information and artifacts that manipulate it, and their role in social dynamics; contribution to the development of information technologies and mobilize the wide range of disciplinary competences of the University to address complex issues generated by the appropriation of information technology in the contemporary social environment.

The entrant student  usually holds a degree in engineering, computer science, and related fields. After graduation, the student’s professional profile will include: Systemic view and awareness of the modeling difficulties inherent to the intrinsic randomness,  to observability limitations and  to systems complexity; attention to new developments emerging from the science and technology world, to social and behavioral trends, to the regulatory environment and  structuring  businesses of the information sector, capacity of modeling in general and mathematical modeling in particular.

Research areas:

Artificial Intelligence;

Social Intelligence;

Audio-Visual Signal Processing;

Signal Processing in Communication;

Communication Networks;

Information Security.


Master’s and Doctor’s degrees.

Selection Process:

Call for application usually opens in April, July and October. More information about admission requirements and the application process are available on the program website.

Classes Begin:

Usually in February, May, and September (depending on the year’s calendar).




Limited availability, depending on case-by-case analysis.




Program Website

Additional information about calls, application and deadlines, please go to the program Website


NameResearch Areas
Aline De Oliveira Neves Panazio
Carlos Alberto KamienskiSmart Cities; Network Softwarization; Internet of Things; Cloud Computing; Fog Computing
Carlos Eduardo Capovilla
Celso Setsuo KurashimaImmersive Visual Communication, Interactive 3D Video Technology, Telepresence, and Multimedia Signal processing.
Claudio Jose Bordin Junior
Filipe Ieda Fazanaro
Francisco Jose Fraga Da Silva
Francisco Jose Fraga Da Silva
Gustavo Sousa Pavani
Joao Henrique KleinschmidtComputer Networks; Information Security; Wireless Networks; Internet of Things
Joao Ricardo SatoNeuroimaging; Neurodevelopment; Psychiatry; Neural signals
Luis Paulo Barbour Scott
Luiz Alberto Luz De Almeida
Luiz Henrique Bonani Do Nascimento
Murilo Bellezoni Loiola
Nunzio Marco Torrisi
Patricia Belfiore Favero
Ricardo Suyama