- The Final Exam is uploaded
here! It will be due by 1pm Friday, Dec. 6th!
The course will provide an introduction to Complex
Analysis. We will also discuss applications to other fields, such
as number theory.
- Complex Analysis by
Elias M. Stein and Rami Shakarchi. The textbook is available
at UBC library.
Phone: 822-3045, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
hours: MWF 12-1pm at Math 229E
Prerequisite: Math 300 (or
equivalent) and a score of 68% or higher in Math 320.
1. The residue theorem
2. The argument principle
3. Conformal mapping
4. The maximum modulus
5. Harmonic functions
6. Representations of
functions by series and products
7. Applications to number
The core topics are
contained in Chapters 1, 2, 3 and 8 of the textbook. Time permitting
we will also consider other topics.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11am - 12 in Math Annex 1118
Grading Policy: Homework
problems will be posted regularly on the course website.
In addition, there will be a take home midterm and a take home ﬁnal.
You total score will
be a weighted average of your homework, midterm and ﬁnal scores,
with the breakdown as
Final exam: 25%
Homework Assignments: There will be bi-weekly
homework assignments posted here.
Problem Set 1 - Due Sept. 20th
Problem Set 2 - Due Oct. 4th
Problem Set 3 - Due Oct. 18th
Problem Set 4 - Due Nov. 15th
Problem Set 5 - Due Nov. 25th
Starting Friday October 18th.
Further Recommended Texts:
- Walter Rudin: Real and Complex Analysis