Math 103: Complex Analysis, Fall 2007

We will begin with a brief study of the geometry of complex numbers. The bulk of the course will be a detailed treatment of the Cauchy theory of analytic functions of a complex variable: integration and Cauchy's theorem, power series, residue calculus, conformal mapping, and harmonic functions. Various applications are given, and other topics—such as elliptic functions, analytic continuation, and the theory of Weierstrass—may be discussed.

- Latest News
- It has been requested that I post the pdfs I've handed out in class. Here is a link to a page which has links to and short descriptions of each of those notes and problem solutions.
- 12/12/2007: Here is a link to old honors exams. Our final will not be based on these exams, but you may find them useful for review anyway.
- 08/02/2007: I've tweaked the first assignment. If you were working from an earlier version, you should update your records.
- 06/07/2007: Website is more-or-less official.
- Tue May 15 2007: Website is still under construction.

- Syllabus
- Schedule with Planned and Actual Assignments
- Final Exam: Thu, Dec 20 2:00 — 5:00 in our usual room.
- Information about our text.

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Last modified: 2007-12-24 13:30:14 by Thomas Hunter.