Complex Analysis (4156/) 9056 Fall 2017
Instructor:Rasul Shafikov (emails will be answered within 48 hours).
Office hours: TBA in MC 112
Course Coordinates:Course meets Tuesday 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM, Thursday 11.30 AM - 12.30 PM in MC107. OWL Login: MATH 9056A
Text Book:There is no required texbook for the course. Recommended texts are as follows: "Complex Analysis" by Theodore W. Gamelin, Springer; "Functions of One Complex Variable I" by J. Conway; "Function Theory of One Complex Variable" by R. Greene and S. Krantz;
Prerequisites:Mathematics 3124 or equivalent
Evaluation:Homework = 50%, Midterm=20%, Final examination = 30%.
Content:We will cover the following topics: Mobius tranformations, The Argument Principle, Runge's theorem, Montel's theorem, the Riemann mapping theorem, Caratheodory's theorem. Time permitted, we may also cover some advanced topics at the end of the course
Homework will be assigned on a regular basis and will include routine exercises as well as some challenging problems. Students registered in Math 9056 will be given additional problems.
- There will be an in-class Midterm on October 24 (mark your calendar now!)
- The final exam at the end of the course will be scheduled by the registrar.
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