MATH4060  Complex Analysis  2016/17
Announcement
 There will be no tutorial on the first week of class. Tutorials will start from week 2.
 The midterm will be held on Oct 20 (Thursday) in class. It'll cover Chapters 15 of the textbook, with the exceptions of Chapter 2.5.5 and Chapter 4.3.
General Information
Lecturer

Yung, Po Lam
 Office: LSB 234
Teaching Assistant

Lee Man Chun
 Office: LSB 222A
Time and Venue
 Lecture: Tuesdays 9:30am10:15am, Thursdays 8:30am10:15am, both at LSB LT4
 Tutorial: Tuesdays 8:30am9:15am, at LSB LT4
Course Description
This is a second course in complex analysis. Topics to be covered include the Poisson summation formula, Weierstrass infinite products, Gamma and zeta functions, the prime number theorem, the Riemann mapping theorem, elliptic functions, and time permitting the sum of two squares theorem. We assume as prerequisite a solid understanding of properties of analytic functions of one complex variable, at the level of Math 2230 or Math 3253.
Textbooks
 E.M. Stein and R. Shakarchi, Complex Analysis, Princeton University Press, 2003.
Preclass Notes
Lecture Notes
 Review of properties of holomorphic functions
 Poisson summation and periodization
 A characterization of harmonic polynomials
 Two proofs of the Prime number theorem
Tutorial Notes
 Note on harmonic functions
 questions on 20/9
 questions on 27/9
 questions on 4/10
 questions on 11/10
 questions on 18/10
 questions on 25/10
 questions on 1/11
 questions on 8/11
 questions on 15/11
 questions on 22/11
 example of normal family
 little picard theorem by harmonic function
Assignments
Quizzes and Exams
Solutions
 HW 1 suggested solution
 HW 2 suggested solution
 HW 3 suggested solution
 HW 4 suggested solution
 HW 5 suggested solution (updated)
 HW 6 suggested solution
Assessment Scheme
Homework  10%  
Midterm Exam  40%  
Final Exam  50% 
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Last updated: March 01, 2017 12:26:13