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Considerations for the 2020 disciplines

CPG classified the postgraduate courses offered for 2020 into 7 themes: Artificial Intelligence, Software Engineering and IHC, Networks and IOT, Computer Architecture and Programming, Visual Computing, Algorithms and Optimization and Graphs and Combinatorics:

- See this organization -> HERE <-.

Each theme is composed of a set of related disciplines that cover 1 2s and 2020s so that whenever possible, their schedules are not conflicting. This organization serves to facilitate the understanding of the offer.

First Semester 2020 courses

Os schedules offering and vacancies of the disciplines must be consulted -> HERE <-. (document maintained by the Undergraduate Secretariat)

(about the time format in the document, follow the example: “3:10 3:11 5:10 5:11” means that the classes will be taught on Tuesdays (3) and Thursdays (5), from 10 am to 12 pm )

Discipline Plans 1s2020 changed to include remote activities due to the Coronavirus pandemic can be obtained -> HERE <-

Another possible view of the timetable is this -> HERE <-

Code Teacher (Login)NameCorporateTopics / NotesLanguage
MO405A / MC878AleeGraph Theory IComputer Theory
MO409A / MC646AelianeSoftware Engineering IInformation systems
MO412A / MC908AmeidanisGraph AlgorithmsComputer Theory English
MO416A/ MC906AestherIntroduction to Artificial IntelligenceInformation systems Portuguese or English (*)
MO417AlehiltonComplexity of Algorithms IComputer Theory
MO421A / MC889ArdahabIntroduction to Cryptography Portuguese or English (*)
MO431AwainerFundamentals of Linear Algebra and Optimization for Machine LearningInformation systems2 credits - 1st half of the semester
MO432AwainerSupervised LearningInformation systems2 credits - 2st half of the semester
MO433AadinUnsupervised LearningInformation systems2 credits - 2st half of the semesterEnglish
MO435AadinProbabilistic Fundamentals of Machine LearningInformation systems2 credits - 1st half of the semesterEnglish
MO443A / MC920AHeliumIntroduction to Digital Image ProcessingInformation systems
MO611A/ MC953BbitTeleprocessing and NetworksComputer Systems
MO619A / MC948ArezendeComputational Geometry Computer Theory
MO630A / MC926AbrenoExperimental Software EngineeringInformation systems Portuguese or English (*)
MO632A / MC972AlucasEnergy Efficient ComputingComputer Systems English
MO639A / MC942AlondonComputer Network SecurityComputer Systems English
MO655A / MC953AedmundComputer Network ManagementComputer Systems
MO758A / MC758ArafaelAlgorithmic Game Theory
MO809A / MC964AleandroTopics in Distributed ComputingUrban Computing
MO814A / MC937AAurea SorianoTopics in Computer Graphics Portuguese or English (*)
MO815A affectionTopics in Image ProcessingViewing Volumetric Images Portuguese or English (*)
MO823A / MC918AeduardoTopics in Complexity of AlgorithmsParallel Algorithms
MO826A / MC936ASantancheTopics in Information SystemsHealth Data Science
MO833A / MC932AedsonComputer Topics IHigh-Performance Cloud Computing for Science & Engineering
MO901A / MC039AtkComputing Seminar
MO901BrafaelComputing Seminar
MO911A / MO430Aleonardo / wainerIntroduction to Methodologies for Research Project Development // Scientific Methodology for ComputingMO430 (2 credits) accompanies MO911 (4 credits) in the 1st half of the semesterPortuguese or English (*)

(*) About the language: Portuguese or English means that the course will be taught in the language agreed with the class at the beginning of the semester.

NOTE: MO901A refers to the discipline of seminars usually offered by IC and class B will be a class of seminars more focused on the theory area.

MO911 (4 credits) - First offer, comprising an overview of scientific method, scientific writing and assistance in the elaboration of your research theme.
Target audience: Master's and Ph.D. students entering or beginning their course who are still defining their theme. It will be offered in conjunction with the discipline MO430 (Scientific Methodology for Computing) in the first half of each semester. This course is aimed at special or regular students who have already qualified.
It is not possible to take both subjects (MO911 and MO430) concurrently.


Second Semester 2020 Courses

Os schedules offering and vacancies of the disciplines must be consulted -> HERE <-. (document maintained by the Undergraduate Secretariat)

(about the time format in the document, follow the example: “3:10 3:11 5:10 5:11” means that the classes will be taught on Tuesdays (3) and Thursdays (5), from 10 am to 12 pm )

Another possible view of the timetable is this -> HERE <-

CodeTeacher (Login)NameCorporateTopics / NotesLanguage
MO401AsandroComputer Architecture IComputer Systems
MO403A / MC900A tkLanguage Implementation I Programming SystemsEnglish
MO405A / MC878AfieldsGraph Theory IComputer Theory
MO412A / MC908AmeidanisGraph AlgorithmsComputer Theory English
MO417AgptComplexity of Algorithms IComputer Theory
MO422A/ MC938AjlopezCryptographic Algorithms Course canceled on 31/07/2020
MO434A/ MC934AsandraDeep LearningInformation systems2 credits
MO436A/ MC935AestherTopics in Machine LearningReinforcement Learning - 2 credits
MO443A / MC920AHeliumIntroduction to Digital Image ProcessingInformation systems
MO445A / MC940AaffectionImage Analysis Information systems (**) Portuguese or English
MO446A / MC949AadinIntroduction to Computer VisionInformation systems English
MO601A / MC973ArodolfoComputer Architecture IIComputer Systems
MO603A / MC937AstolfiCGInformation systems
MO611A/ MC953B nfonsecaTeleprocessing and NetworksComputer Systems (*) Portuguese or English
MO620A / MC976AcmrubiraSoftware Engineering IIInformation systems
MO629A / MC953AjulianaInternet of Things
MO644A / MC970AguidoParallel ProgrammingProgramming Systems
MO657AjewelsComputational Ontology Engineering2 credits - 1st half of the semester
MO806A / MC914AisleneOperating Systems TopicsFree software
MO824A / MC859AfusbertiTopics in Combinatorial OptimizationOperational Research
MO826A / MC936AsantanchTopics in Information SystemsData Science and its applications in pandemic scenarios
MO851AleonardoAdvanced Topics in Software Engineering IFormal Methods for Systems Assessment - 2 credits - 2nd half of the semester English
MO861ACeciliaAdvanced Topics in Software Engineering IIDesign and Evaluation of Interaction in Pervasive and Ubiquitous Systems - 2 credits - 2nd half of the semester(*) Portuguese or English
MO903AcmbmScientific Writing2 credits - 1st half of the semester
MO901A / MC039AleandroComputing Seminar
MO901BrafaelComputing Seminar Course canceled on 18/07/20
MO911A / MO430A / MO903Bwainer / ariadneIntroduction to Methodologies for Research Project Development // Scientific Methodology for Computing // Scientific WritingMO430 (2 credits) accompanies MO911 (4 credits) in the 1st half of the semester
MO903 (2 credits) accompanies MO911 (4 credits) in the 2st half of the semester
English (MO903)

About the language:
(*) Portuguese or English means that the course will be taught in the language agreed with the class at the beginning of the semester.

(**) In English if there is at least one foreign student who does not speak Portuguese or Spanish. If not in Portuguese.

NOTE: MO901A refers to the discipline of seminars usually offered by IC and class B will be a class of seminars more focused on the theory area.

MO911 (4 credits) - Offer, comprising an overview of scientific method, scientific writing and assistance in the elaboration of your research theme.
Target audience (includes MO903B): Master's and Ph.D. students entering or beginning their course who are still defining their theme. It will be offered in conjunction with the discipline MO430 (Scientific Methodology for Computing) in the first half of each semester. This course is aimed at special or regular students who have already qualified.
It is not possible to take both subjects (MO911 and MO430) or (MO911 and MO903B) concurrently.


Previous Semester Courses:

Consult the secretariat for information on previous semesters.

  • 2019 Courses