/ COPPE Technologies

  • Luma Robot

    The robot developed by Coppe, is able to transit through long and narrow underwater tunnels

    The Luma Robot
  • Hybrid Bus

    H2 + 2 is a quiet, non-polluting vehicle powered by electricity and a fuel cell.

    Ônibus híbrido a hidrogênio

/ Opinião

Conselho Deliberativo da Coppe/UFRJ se manifesta contra cortes na Capes

Roberto Bartholo

O Conselho Deliberativo da Coppe/UFRJ repudia o anúncio feito pelo Ministério da Educação em que propõe corte de metade do orçamento Capes para o ano de 2020. Essa ação do Ministério da Educação, combinada com o cancelamento de aproximadamente 12.000 bolsas de estudos, já realizado durante o ano de 2019, terá forte impacto na formação de recursos humanos altamente qualificados e com prejuízo irreparável para o desenvolvimento e a soberania do país.

/ Eventos

/ Programs

Coppe encompasses 13 graduate academic programs, all of them delivering master's and doctoral degrees. It is the Brazilian Graduate School in engineering best evaluated (Brazil's best evaluated Graduate School in engineering), boasting the biggest number of maximum grades (6 and 7 at CAPES assessment Scale) amongst its congeners.

That level of excellence is considered to be equivalent to programs with outstanding academic performance found in the most prominent universities and research centers across the world.

Find more about our academic programs.

/ Vídeo


/ COPPE in Numbers*

  • 16.897 masters and doctors (Graduated up until 2018)
  • 1.652 Articles/Years (until 2017)
  • 346 Faculty
  • 14.141 Projects (until 2015)

/ Videos



 Institutional Video: 50 Years Coppe 

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/ Institutional Publications


 Institutional Folder


COPPE was born willing to be a breath of renewal in the Brazilian academic establishment and to contribute to the development of the country.



Engineering and innovation magazine: The art of anticipating the future


 This publication recounts the history of Coppe and its main contributions to education, research and development of Brazil. It also includes an interview with Professor Alberto Luiz Coimbra, Coppe’s founder.