The Universidade Federal Fluminense (UFF) is one of four federally funded universities in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. UFF was founded in 1960 and currently has approximately 21,600 undergraduate students and 2,700 graduate students. The computer science undergraduate course received the highest qualifications given by the Brazilian ministery of education and the graduate program is ranked as one of the top 10 of the Brazilian computer science programs, also by the ministery of education. The Institute of Computing (IC) was created within the Technology Center in December 1998. The IC is the result of combining faculty from the Department of Computer Science, the Institute of Mathematics, and various departments from the School of Engineering.
The IC has a single department, the Department of Computer Science (DCC). Currently, DCC has 40 teachers in their permanent framework, with 27 doctors and 11 masters, of which 4 are in doctorate. The DCC currently serves approximately 2,000 students in its various academic activities. Areas of study in the DCC include a Computer Science program for Masters and PhD students, Computer Technology, Computer Management and studies in Internet and Multimedia.
RESEARCH PROPOSALS :
- For new UFF projects 2014 click here.
OSDC PIRE FOREIGN PARTNERS:
- Esteban Walter Gonzalez Clua – Computer Science Institute, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil
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