Mathematics Department - Math 403 - Introduction to Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable

Math 403 - Introduction to Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable

General Information (Catalog listing)

01:640:403 Introductory Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable (3)
First course in the theory of a complex variable. Cauchy's integral theorem and its applications. Taylor and Laurent expansions, singularities, conformal mapping.
Prerequisite: CALC4


Stephen D. Fisher, Complex Variables (2nd edition), Dover, ISBN 0-486-40679-2


Schedule Archives

Spring 2017 Schedule

InstructorType Index Section Day(s)/
Time Room
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Maridakis, Manousos L 00299 01 MW6 5:00 PM - 6:20 PM ARC-205 BUS
Scheffer, Vladimir L 00298 02 TTh4 1:40 PM - 3:00 PM SEC-212 BUS

This course is taught during the Spring semester.


Previous semesters:

  • Spring 2008: Sec. 01 Prof. Greenfield; Sec. 02 Prof Kiessling
  • Spring 2007: Professors Carley and Wheeden (two sections)
  • Spring 2006: Prof. Anders Buch

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