Organization

Our Program is directed by a Coordinator and a Vice-Coordinator, helped by a Main Committee (Teaching and Research) and the Program Faculty. Currently, these positions are filled by:

  • Coordinator:

    • Max de Oliveira Souza
  • Vice-coordinator:

    • Thiago Fassarella do Amaral
  • Main Committee:

    • Abramo Hefez
    • Andrés Koropecki
    • Daniele Sepe
    • Max Oliveira de Souza
    • Ralph Costa Teixeira
    • Thiago Fassarella do Amaral 
 

Estrutura

A Pós-Graduação é dirigida por um Coordenador e um Vice-Coordenador, assessorados pela Comissão de Ensino e Pesquisa e pelo Colegiado do Curso.

Atualmente, este quadro está constituí­do da seguinte maneira:

  • Coordenador:

    • Max Oliveira de Souza
  • Vice-coordenador:

    • Thiago Fassarella do Amaral
  • Comissão de Ensino e Pesquisa:

    • Abramo Hefez
    • Andres Koropecki
    • Daniele Sepe
    • Max Oliveira de Souza
    • Ralph Costa Teixeira
    • Thiago Fassarella do Amaral
  • Secretaria da pós-graduação:

  • E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Telefone: 2629-2171
  • Jacqueline Garcez (secretaria)
  • Renato Lattanzi (assistente financeiro)
  • Tayene Sena (secretaria)

O Colegiado é composto por todos os professores do Corpo Docente credenciados na Pós-Graduação.

Além dos Cursos de Doutorado e Mestrado em Matemática, são desenvolvidos o programa de Nivelamento e o Curso de Verão.


Atualizado em 14/2/2020

 

 

Master Program

Our M.Sc. Program was created in 1970 and reshaped in 1991. Since 2012, we are grade 5 (max 7) from CAPES. Our concentration areas are Algebra, Algebraic Geometry, Analysis, Applied Math, Differential Geometry, Dynamical Systems and Topology.

Degree Requirements

In order to obtain our M.Sc. degree, the student must complete:

  • 9 M.Sc. level courses (see list below)
  • Qual Exam (M.Sc. level);
  • English Exam;
  • M.Sc. Dissertation.

Currently, our Qual Exam is composed of two areas: Real Analysis and Linear Algebra.

Required Courses

Optional Courses

 

Ph.D. Program

Our Ph.D. program started in January 2008. Our main concentration areas are Algebra, Algebraic Geometry, Applied Math, Differential Geometry, Dynamical Systems, Symplectic Geometry and Topology. Since 2012, we are graded 5 (maximum 7) by CAPES.

Degree Requirements

In order to obtain our Ph.D. degree, the student must complete:

  • Ph. D. Level Courses (52 credits; at least 28 in Regular Courses);
  • Qual Exam (Oral);
  • Teaching Internship;
  • English Exam;
  • Ph. D. Thesis.

The Oral Qualification Exam, whose content in 2 distinct areas must be pre-approved by the Main Committee, must be taken up to 1 year after starting the program.

The Ph.D. thesis must contain an original and relevant contribution to the corresponding area of Mathematics.

Regular Courses

Every course has 60 hours (4 credits), except those marked with *, which have 90 hours (6 credits).

Other Courses

Courses named "Topics" have 60h (4 credits); others have 30h (2 credits).