Math 621, Complex Analysis
Tuesday/Thursday 1011:15am. Room LGRT 1334
Fall 2018. Siman Wong
Final Exam Review Sheet
SAMPLE Final Exam (be sure to read the remark on the top of the page!)
Solution for on MT#2
Solution for on MT#1
Here is the course handout for Math 621.
 Office: LGRT 1115G
 Email: siman AT math DOT umass DOT edu
 Office Hours: Tues & Thur 1:302:30pm; Wed 2:303:30pm; and by appointments
 Homework: weekly problem sets
Talking to and learning from your fellow students is an integral
and essential part of your graduate training, and I encourage you to make
good use of this excellent resource. However, I expect that each student
be solely responsible for his or her written work.
No late homework!
However,
I will drop the two problem sets with
the lowest grade when I compute the final homework score.
 Exams:
in class
MT#1: Around the week of Oct 8; MT#2: Around the week of Nov 12
(both days are subject to changes);
plus a twohour final exam (date TBA)
 Grades:

30% homework

Among the three tests, the one with the lowest percentage score will
be worth 20% of course grade, and the other two, 25%.
 Required Text:
 Complex Analysis, by Serge Lang. SpringerVerlag, 2003
Other suggested references:

Stein and Shakarchi. Complex Analysis.
Princeton, 2003.
 Ahflors, Complex Analysis (McGrawHill)
Outline of the course:
 around the Cauchy theorem ('calculus over C')
 residues and conformal mappings
 geometric function theory; modular functions (as time permits)
Supplementary Notes (check here as the notes become available)
Weekly problem sets (regularly updated!)