Webpage for 60370 (last semester)
Instructor: Jeffrey Diller (click for contact info, general policies, etc.)
Time and place: MWF 9:35-10:25 in Hayes-Healy 117 (Note change of room, effective Friday 1/15).
Textbook: I will be drawing from several different textbooks
this semester including the one by Greene and Krantz that we used last
term. On the schedule page, I'll post appropriate readings to go
with my lectures. The other books that I currently plan to
Complex Analysis by Theodore Gamelin.
Lectures on Riemann Surfaces by Otto Forster.
Complex Analysis in one variable by Raghavan Narasimhan.
Thing's I'd like to cover in this course: more or less in order
Homework: There'll be somewhat less homework than in the first semester, with assignments every other week instead of every week. As in the first semester, I'll count homework as 50% of your grade.
Project: Instead of a midterm and final exam, I'll
determine the remaining 50% of your grade by having you each do an
individual course project. The topic is very flexible as long as
it substantially involves complex analysis. I'll ask you to turn
in a paper (on the order of ten pages) and give a lecture summarizing
what you've learned. You should choose a topic before spring
break, and we'll save the last n (=# of students) classes for