Graduate Program

Computer Science

The Computer Science Graduate Program contemplates Master and PhD programs. The profile of the Program freshmen includes students interested in deepening the studies and development of research in Computer Science.

The aim of the Master program is to provide to the student conditions for proficient development of teaching activities in undergraduate level, scientific research in the chosen area, as well as the improvement of qualifications for business jobs.

The PhD program deepens the Master objectives, allowing the production of high level research in specific fields of study, making the student able to assume prominent positions in research, graduate programs advising and teaching, business, industry and government sectors. The alumni are capable of consistently applying scientific knowledge to the development of new technologies that attend to society’s needs.

The Master and PhD programs faculty develops worldwide interest research involving international collaboration, encouraging students to complete their formation in institutes abroad.

 Research Areas:

Applied and Scientific Computing;

Computing Foundations;

Computing Systems.


Master’s and Doctor’s degrees.

Selection Process:

Call for application usually opens in June and September. Admission by continuous flow is only allowed for candidates who already hold grants approved by funding agencies external to UFABC. More information about admission requirements and the application process are available on the program website.

Classes Begin:

Usually in February 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
Alexandre Noma
Andre Guilherme Ribeiro Balan
Andre Luiz BrandaoHuman-Computer Interaction; Computer Vision; E-Learning; Serious Games
Carlos Alberto KamienskiSmart Cities; Network Softwarization; Internet of Things; Cloud Computing; Fog Computing
Claudio Nogueira De Meneses
Cristiane Maria Sato
Daniel Morgato MartinDiscrete mathematics; graph theory; combinatorics
David Correa Martins Juniorpattern recognition; complex networks; bioinformatics; systems biology; gene networks inference; genes prioritization associated to complex diseases
Debora Maria Rossi De Medeiros
Denise Hideko Goya
Edson Pinheiro Pimentel
Fabricio Olivetti De França
Fernando Teubl Ferreira
Francisco De Assis Zampirolli
Francisco Javier Ropero Pelaez
Gustavo Sousa Pavani
Harlen Costa Batagelo
Itana Stiubiener
Jeronimo Cordoni Pellegrini
Jesus Pascual Mena ChalcoPattern recognition, Bibliographic data mining, and Scientometrics.
Joao Paulo GoisInteractive Computer Graphics
Juliana Cristina Braga
Karla Vittori
Leticia Rodrigues Bueno
Luiz Carlos Da Silva Rozante
Marcio Katsumi Oikawa
Mario Alexandre Gazziro
Mirtha Lina Fernandez Venero
Nunzio Marco Torrisi
Raphael Yokoingawa De Camargo
Rodrigo De Alencar Hausen
Ronaldo Cristiano PratiMachine Learning; Data Mining; Data Science; Big Data
Silvia Cristina Dotta
Valerio Ramos BatistaImage Processing; Computational Geometry
Wagner Tanaka Botelho