Math 6321:
Complex Analysis

Spring 2011

General Course Information

Professor: Brett D. Wick

Class Meeting Time: MWF 11:05am - 11:55am

Lecture Location: Skiles 169

Course Content: Math 6321 is an introduction to graduate complex analysis. Topics covered include: Elementary properties of complex numbers, complex line integrals, applications of Cauchy's Integral, meromorphic functions, zeros of holomorphic functions, holomorphic functions as geometric mappings, harmonic functions, analytic functions and infinite series and products.
Prerequisites for the course are Math 4317 (Undergraduate Analysis I) and Math 4320 (Undergraduate Complex Analysis) or equivalent.

A syllabus for the course is available the first day, and then here.

Textbook: The textbook will be: Additional material will be taken from other sources such as books or papers.

Attendance: Attendance is required for all lectures. The student who misses a class meeting is responsible for any assignments and/or announcements made. Office hours will not be utilized to re-teach material presented in class. However, questions to better understand the course are always welcome. There will be no opportunities for make-up tests after the fact. In the event of an absence due to travel representing Georgia Tech, such as an intercollegiate sports competition, you must notify the professor at least two weeks in advance to arrange an early test or other alternative. Otherwise, such absences will be treated as personal.

Homework: This course will have daily homework assignments which should be done before the next class. Homework will be collected and graded.

Learning Disabilities: It is the right of any student with a certified learning disability to request necessary accommodation. Such requests must be made well in advance of the time that the accommodation is required and a letter of documentation from the ADAPTS office must be presented at the time of any request.

Academic Honesty: It is expected that all students are aware of their individual responsibilities under the Georgia Tech Academic Honor Code, which will be strictly adhered to in this class.

Last Modified on 18 Apr 11
Comments and questions to wick[at]math[dot]gatech[dot]edu.