
MATH
300.202:
Introduction
to Complex Variables


This course offers an
introduction to complex variables. We will begin by discussing the
complex numbers and functions
of a complex variable, then proceed to do differential and integral
calculus in this setting. Complex analysis has many applications to
science, engineering and other areas of mathematics.
Announcements:

01/01/2009  Website
Created.
01/09/2009  Assignment 1 posted.
01/16/2009  Assignment 2 posted.
01/23/2009  Assignment 3 posted.
01/26/2009  Assignment 2 solutions posted.
01/30/2009  Assignment 4 posted.
02/06/2009  Assignment 3 solutions posted.
02/06/2009  Assignment 5 posted.
02/09/2009  Midterm
Review Session in HEBB 10 from 122 on Thur. Feb 12.
02/11/2009  Assignment 4 solutions posted.
02/11/2009  Midterm Review posted.
02/11/2009  Practice Midterm posted.
02/13/2009  Assignment
6 posted (practice only).
02/16/2009  Sample Midterms and Solutions Posted.
02/16/2009  No Assignment due on Feb. 27. Good luck on the
Midterm!
02/19/2009  More detailed solutions to practice midterm posted.
02/24/2009 
Important: Homework may now be written in pen OR pencil.
02/28/2009  Assignment
7 posted.
03/06/2009  Assignment
8 posted.
03/11/2009 
Assignment 7 solutions posted.
03/11/2009  Office
hours on Thursday March 12, 2:304:30, in Room 226
03/14/2009  Assignment
9 posted.
03/20/2009  Assignment
8 solutions posted.
03/21/2009  Midterm
solutions posted.
03/21/2009  Assignment
10 posted.
03/28/2009  Assignment
11 posted.
04/06/2009  Assignment
10 solutions posted.
04/06/2009  Assignment
11 solutions posted.
04/06/2009  Assignment
12 posted (practice only).
04/06/2009  Assignment
12 solutions posted.
04/19/2009  Final Review Session on
Tuesday
April 21 in the Math Building, Room 105 from 122
04/20/2009  Sample
Final Exam posted.
04/21/2009  Course Review posted.

Instructor:

Prof. Mahta Khosravi

Office Hours

M (Monday) 2:00pm  3:00pm (MATH
219)
R (Thursday) 1:00pm  2:00pm (MATH 219) 
Time and Location:

MWF 1:00pm  1:50am (Buchanan A204)

TAs:

TA

Office
Hours

Location

Michele Klaus

T
11:00am1:00pm

LSK 202 B


Text:

"Fundamentals
of Complex Analysis with Applications to Engineering and Science", Third^{ }Edition
by E. B. Saff and A. D.
Snider

Exams:

There will be one inclass midterm exam on
Wednesday February 25.
The final
exam will be held on Friday, April 24th, 3:30  6:00 p.m. in LSK 201.
Exams should be
written in pen.
Books and/or papers
and/or calculators will not
be
permitted during exams. There will be no makeup exams. Anyone needing
special arrangements for exams
must notify the instructor by the second week of classes.

Homework:

Homework assignments will be posted on this course
website usually on Friday and they will be collected, one week
later. On this webpage
you will find the sections from the text that you should be reading
before to come to class. The instructor will try to observe this
predetermined schedule.
It is important that you check regularly this
course webpage. Late homework will not be accepted. Homework is the
essential
educational part of this course. You cannot expect to work problems on
exams if you have not worked lots of homework problems. Therefore, it
is important that you spend an adequate time on homework regularly,
each week. You can work
together on the homework, but you should
always write up your own homework solutions in your own words.

Grading:

10% on the homework
30% on the Midterm Exam
60% on the Final Exam

