Aktosun, Spring 2024, Math 5322

Instructor: Tuncay Aktosun, PKH 461, (817) 2721545,
aktosun@uta.edu
 Course: Complex Variables I, Math 5322, Section 001, Course number 24619
 Prerequisite: Math 5307 (Mathematical Analysis I)
 Office Hours: 2:20 pm3:20 pm, Monday and Wednesday and by appointment
 Classroom: PKH 109 (Pickard Hall 109)
 Classtime: 1:00 pm2:20 pm, Monday and Wednesday
 Textbook: There is not an official textbook for the course.
 Some useful books:

Richard A. Silverman,
Introductory complex analysis, Dover Publ., New York, 1984.
 L. Ahlfors,
Complex analysis, 3rd ed., McGrawHil, New York, 1979.
 J. Brown and R. Churchill, Complex variables and applications, 8th ed., McGrawHil, New York, 2008.

M. J. Ablowitz and A. S. Fokas, Complex variables: Introduction and applications, 2nd ed., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2003.

A. I. Markushevich,
Theory of functions of a complex variable, 2nd ed., AMS Chelsea Publishing, Providence, RI, 1977.
 V. I. Smirnov, A course of higher mathematics,
volume III, part two, Pergamon Press, Reading, MA, 1964.

M. R. Spiegel, S. Lipschutz, J. J. Schiller, and D. Spellman, Schaum's outline complex variables, 2nd ed., McGrawHill, New York, 2009.
 Coverage:
The covered material
includes analytic functions,
complex series, complex integration,
residues and poles,
contour integration, and conformal mapping.
The topics to be covered are indicated in the
course
outline.
 Grading:
A letter grade will be assigned based on a class
presentation.
Unless otherwise indicated, all
grades out of 100 will correspond to the following scale: 0 <
F< 60, 60 < D < 70, 70 < C < 80, 80 < B
< 90, 90 < A < 100.
Course outline
Sample problems 1
Sample problems 2
Sample problems 3
Sample problems 4
Biographies of mathematicians
Complex analysis (wikipedia)
 Tuncay Aktosun
aktosun@uta.edu
Last modified: November 19, 2023