Final result: PPGMTM – Resultado Final
Homologação das inscrições: Portaria_039_homologação_Edital_118_2019_DDP
https://propg.ufsc.br/ca/professorvisitante/
The Graduate Program in Pure and Applied Mathematics of the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC) is opening applications for PhD candidates starting from the publication of this call to November 11^{th}, 2019.
The Graduate Program in Pure and Applied Mathematics of the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC) is opening applications for Master candidates starting from the publication of this call to October 14^{th}, 2019.
CALL NOTICE No. 07 /PGMTMPA/19.PDF
Application for isolated enrollments – (Form only in portuguese)
The coordinator of the Graduate Program in Pure and Applied Mathematics of the Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina announces that registrations for the selection and admission process to the Doctoral Program are open until 19 November 2018. Call for applications: – Click here (portuguese only). Applications closed.
The coordinator of the Graduate Program in Pure and Applied Mathematics of the Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina announces that applications for the selection and admission process to the Master’s Program are open until 29 October 2018. Call for applications: – Click here (portuguese only). Applications closed.
Semester 2018.2
Application for isolated enrollments – (Form only in portuguese)
Professor Fábio Silva Botelho has a new book published by Springer: “Real Analysis and Applications“.
Complete Information – Springer Publisher
The Journey of Algebra is an annual event that has as main target audience the graduate and undergraduate students of the South region of the country who develop projects in the area of Algebra in their institutions.
The tenth edition of the conference will be held in Florianópolis, from April 25 to 28, 2018, in the Mathematics Department of the Federal University of Santa Catarina. This event counts on lectures and minicourses of important researchers in algebra from Brazil and abroad, with oral communications on the original results of new doctors and graduate students, as well as poster presentation of undergraduate and graduate students.
More information: X Journey of Algebra – 25 to 28 April 2018
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Calendar of this seminar for 2018.1
Room: Room 202 – Maths Department Date: Thursday – April 19^{th}, 2018 Time: 14:30 to 15:30
Complete calendar for the 2018.1 semester
July 2630, 2018 in Florianópolis, Santa Catarina, Brazil
This is the 6th conference of a series of mettings that have been organized under cooperation with Florianópolis, Münster and Ottawa.
More informations: http://mtm.ufsc.br/icmoa/
This conference is dedicated to the 60th birthday of Prof. Ruy Exel.
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Application for isolated enrollments – (Form only in portuguese)
Single course enrollment – (portuguese only)
Academic calendar for masters and doctorates for 2018.1
Beginning of term 
26 february 2018

Enroll 1st semester (1st stage): for FAPESC and PICME Fellows 
from 16 to 18 january 2018 
Enroll 1st semester (2nd stage): for the other participants in the Program 
20 and 21 february 2018 
Single course enrollment – (Form only in portuguese) 
26 and february 27 2018 
Enrollment adjustment and course cancellation 
until 26 march 2018 
End of term 
06 july 2018 
Announcement of final grades and reports 
until 10 july 2018 
MTM410019 Linear Algebra
MTM410024 Computational Linear Algebra
MTM410028 Numerical Analysis I
MTM410027 Measure and Integration
MTM410026 Topology
MTM410057 Dynamical Systems
MTM410071 Finite Groups and their Representations
MTM410073 Mathematical Methods for Statistics
Doctoral program courses:
MTM510011 Operator Algebras
MTM510009 Differentiable Manifolds
MTM510008 Algebraic Topology
MTM510014 Introduction to Hopf Algebras
MTM510015 Theory of NonCommutative Rings
MTM510005 Corings and Comodules
MTM510012 Distribution Theory and Sobolev spaces
MTM510007 Probability and Markov Processes
MTM510016 Ergodic and Information Theory
MTM510006 Symbolic Dynamics
MTM510013 Numerical Analysis II
MTM510010 Convex Analysis
MTM510050 Fibers in Differentiable Manifolds
MTM510034 Commutative Algebra
MTM510020 Introduction to Regularization Theory
MTM510040 Introduction to Category Theory
MTM510049 Mathematical Modeling Biomathematics
MTM510001 C*Algebras
MTM510051 Von Neumann Algebras
MTM510037 C* Dynamical Systems and Crossed Products
MTM510032 Hilbert Modules and Fell bundles
MTM510017 KTheory for C* Algebras
MTM510052 Advanced Module theory
MTM510018 Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations
MTM510033 Partial Differential Equations
MTM510053 Introduction to the Mathematical Theory of NavierStokes Equation
MTM510013 Theory of Semigroups and Applications in PDE
MTM510026 InfiniteDimensional Attractors
MTM510025 Computational Linear Algebra II
MTM510027 Spectral Methods
MTM510019 Computational Methods in Optimization
MTM510022 Introduction to Continuous Optimization
MTM410057 Applied Functional Analysis
MTM510054 Riemannian Geometry
MTM510055 Iterative Methods for Inverse Problems
MTM 510059 NonLinear Analysis Methods
MTM510056 Elements of Spectral Theory
MTM510057 Introduction to Group Cohomology
MTM510056 Groupoids, Inverse Semigroups and their C*algebras
MTM510044 Discontinuous Galerkin Finite Element Methods for Problems of Multiphase Flows in Porous Media
Specialized topics
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The Graduate Program in Pure and Applied Mathematics of the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC) is opening applications for PhD candidates starting from the publication of this call to November 11^{th}, 2019.
Open for subscriptions
The Graduate Program in Pure and Applied Mathematics of the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC) is opening applications for Master candidates starting from the publication of this call to October 14^{th}, 2019.
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Group 1
MTM410019 Linear Algebra
MTM410024 Computational Linear Algebra
Group 2
MTM410034 Ordinary Differential Equations
MTM410020 Complex Variable
Group 3
MTM410035 Partial Differential Equations
MTM410028 Numerical Analysis I
MTM331200 Linear Programming
MTM410027 Measure and Integration
MTM330400 Algebraic Structures
MTM410026 Topology
MTM331000 Differential Geometry
MTM410057 Dynamical Systems
MTM410056 NonLinear Programming
MTM410071 Finite Groups and their Representations
MTM410073 Mathematical Methods for Statistics
Group 4
MTM410039 Operator Algebras
MTM410051 Differentiable Manifolds
MTM410052 Algebraic Topology
MTM410053 Probability and Markov Processes
MTM410055 Symbolic Dynamics
MTM410064 Ergodic and Information Theory
MTM410038 Distribution Theory and Sobolev Spaces
MTM410037 Numerical Analysis II
MTM410036 Introduction to Hopf Algebras
MTM410030 Theory of Non Commutative Rings
MTM410048 Corings and Comodules
MTM410040 Convex Analysis
MTM410082 Fibers in Differentiable Manifolds
MTM410068 Commutative Algebra
MTM410066 Introduction to Regularization Theory
MTM410070 Introduction to Category Theory
MTM410081 Mathematical Modeling Biomathematics
Specialized Topics
]]>The doctoral program has a minimum duration of 24 months. The maximum duration is 48 months, extendable for up to two years. Upon completion of the program, the students receive the degree of:
“Doctor in Mathematics”
The degree is granted in one of the following areas of concentration:
Algebra
Analysis
Applied Mathematics
Geometry and Topology
Regular courses, divided into four groups, as listed below.
a) Mandatory “Teaching Practicum” (4 credits), mandatory for all students. The Teaching Practicum consists of didactic activities supervised by a professor (called a tutor), in which the student teaches classes in undergraduate courses.
b) “Mathematics Colloquium” (2 credits). The course consists of lectures given by local or invited researchers and is offered whenever possible.
c) Master’s thesis (6 credits).
The Doctoral curriculum is structured as follows:
About qualifying examinations:
Regular courses in the Doctoral program, each of 06 credits:
Jointly with Master program:
MTM410019 Linear Algebra
MTM410024 Computational Linear Algebra
MTM410028 Numerical Analysis I
MTM410027 Measure and Integration
MTM410026 Topology
MTM410057 Dynamical Systems
MTM410071 Finite Groups and their Representations
MTM410073 Mathematical Methods for Statistics
Doctoral program courses:
MTM510011 Operator Algebras
MTM510009 Differentiable Manifolds
MTM510008 Algebraic Topology
MTM510014 Introduction to Hopf Algebras
MTM510015 Theory of NonCommutative Rings
MTM510005 Corings and Comodules
MTM510012 Distribution Theory and Sobolev spaces
MTM510007 Probability and Markov Processes
MTM510016 Ergodic and Information Theory
MTM510006 Symbolic Dynamics
MTM510013 Numerical Analysis II
MTM510010 Convex Analysis
MTM510050 Fibers in Differentiable Manifolds
MTM510034 Commutative Algebra
MTM510020 Introduction to Regularization Theory
MTM510040 Introduction to Category Theory
MTM510049 Mathematical Modeling Biomathematics
MTM510001 C*Algebras
MTM510051 Von Neumann Algebras
MTM510037 C* Dynamical Systems and Crossed Products
MTM510032 Hilbert Modules and Fell bundles
MTM510017 KTheory for C* Algebras
MTM510052 Advanced Module theory
MTM510018 Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations
MTM510033 Partial Differential Equations
MTM510053 Introduction to the Mathematical Theory of NavierStokes Equation
MTM510013 Theory of Semigroups and Applications in PDE
MTM510026 InfiniteDimensional Attractors
MTM510025 Computational Linear Algebra II
MTM510027 Spectral Methods
MTM510019 Computational Methods in Optimization
MTM510022 Introduction to Continuous Optimization
MTM410057 Applied Functional Analysis
MTM510054 Riemannian Geometry
MTM510055 Iterative Methods for Inverse Problems
MTM 510059 NonLinear Analysis Methods
MTM510056 Elements of Spectral Theory
MTM510057 Introduction to Group Cohomology
MTM510056 Groupoids, Inverse Semigroups and their C*algebras
MTM510044 Discontinuous Galerkin Finite Element Methods for Problems of Multiphase Flows in Porous Media
Specialized topics
LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY
The Program’s Bylaws establish that:
Art. 50. Throughout the first academic year, proof of foreign language proficiency (English, French, German or Spanish) will be required. The Master’s program requires proficiency in one foreign language, and the doctoral program requires proficiency in two foreign languages.
Since 2016, there is a room dedicated to postdoctoral researchers and another to the visiting faculty. All faculty rooms, and the computer lab, are connected to the internet.
All students enrolled, as well as the university staff, have access to the central and branch libraries. In spite of a relatively small bibliographical collection in the area of Mathematics, this collection is incremented annually with the suggestions of our faculty. Access to journals is also available through the Capes online publication website.