Fundamentals of Complex Analysis w/ Applications to Engineering and Science (3rd edition), by E.B. Saff and A.D. Snider
Complex differentiation and integration, analytic functions, singularities, residues, poles, series expansions, conformal mapping (time permitting), with some applications.
|Carl McTague||MW 2–3:15pm||Gavett 312|
|Yu Zeng||MW 10:25–11:40am||Gavett 310|
|Carl McTague||Mon 3:20–4:20pm [cx vars given priority]||Hylan 1015||carl dot mctague at rochester dot edu|
|Fri 11:15am–12:15pm [lin. alg. given priority]|
|Yu Zeng||W 2–5pm||Hylan 1006||yu dot zeng at rochester dot edu|
Each week a TA will hold a workshop on Monday 6:30-7:30pm 1106B Hylan . The purpose of the workshop is to provide help with the homework that is due the next day. The workshops are not mandatory.
|Qibin Shen||qshen4 at ur dot rochester dot edu|
|Jianfei He||jhe22 at ur dot rochester dot edu|
Your grade for the course will be determined as follows:
- Homework – 25%
- Webwork – 5%
- Midterm Exam – 30%
- Final Exam – 40%
Calculators, cell phones, iPods and other electronic devices, books, and notes of any kind ARE NOT PERMITTED IN EXAMS. Bring your UR ID to all exams. If you miss a midterm exam with a valid excuse (such as genuine illness or emergency) supported by documentation, then the final exam will count as your makeup. The instructor will determine the validity of your excuse and in the event your absence is deemed invalid, you will receive a zero on the exam. No Makeup Exams will be given for any reason. Incomplete “I” grades are almost never given. The only justification is a documented serious medical problem or a genuine personal/family emergency. Falling behind in this course or problems with workload on other courses are not acceptable reasons.
For Prof. McTague’s class (MW 2–3:15pm):
- Midterm – Wednesday Mar 8 14:00–15:15 at Gavett 312
- Final – Tuesday May.9 16:00–19:00 at Gavett 312
For Prof. Zeng’s class (MW 10:25–11:40am):
- Midterm – Wednesday Mar 8 10:25–11:40 at Gavett 310
- Final – Wednesday May.10 12:30–15:30 at Gavett 310
Homework and Schedule:
There will be homework assigned every week. For details, see Homework and Schedule.
If you have an academic need related to a disability, arrangements can be made to accommodate most needs. For information please contact the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. Note: To be granted alternate testing accommodations, you (the student) must fill out forms with CETL at least seven days before each and every exam. These forms are not sent “automatically.” Professors are not responsible for requesting alternative testing accommodations at CETL, and they are not obligated to make any accommodations on their own.
Academic Integrity Statement:
You are responsible for knowing and abiding by the University of Rochester’s academic integrity code. For a complete listing visit the College of Arts, Sciences, and Engineering’s web site. Any violation of academic integrity will be pursued according to the specified procedures. In particular, submission of written work, including homework and exams, which has been copied from the work of other students (or anyone else) with or without their knowledge or consent, is plagiarism.