General information about 01141
Complex Analysis 01141 is a 5 ECTS points course and covers fundamentals of complex analysis. The course is offered in the fall.
The weekly schedule
The course is placed in module E2B, e.g. thursdays 8.00 - 12.00.
The 4 hours are divided into
The daily plan
The lecture 8.00 - 10.00 is used to give an introduction to the topics of the day. It is a very good idea to have looked through the relevant pages in the textbook in advance.
The problem session 10.00 - 12.00 is used for doing exercises from the weekly worksheet.
Each week a worksheet is distributed at the lecture prior to the problem session.
The weekly sheet contains homework problems, comments on the topics to be covered the following week, and problems for the problem session the same day.
Generally, the number of problems on the problem sheets exceeds what is possible to complete during the session.
Homework problems are assigned each week, but are not collected and therefore not corrected.
Doing problems is undoubtedly the best way to learn.
The homework problems will typically deal with the most recent material covered, but may also use material covered earlier. The later homework problems will include former exam problems.
Solutions to the homework problems will be placed under "Solutions to homework problems" on the course homepage on Wednesdays.
The written exam will take place on Friday, December 12 2008.
Textbook and teaching material
The textbook is E. B. Saff & A. D. Snider: Fundamentals of Complex Analysis with Applications to Engineering and Science. Third edition, 2003. ISBN 0-13-907874-6. The book is sold in PF's bookstore.
Weekly worksheets are handed out, but are also available here.
The homepage contains all available information about the course. CampusNet will be used for sending messages only.
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