The following are links to current course information.

- The Team
- Term papers
- Sample problems for the final exam.
- Convergence of infinite products.
- Sample problems for the second midterm.
- Newton's method.
- Slightly improved version of the maximum principle.
- Sample problems for the first midterm.
- Matt Jamin found this link to errata for Gamelin's text.
- A little note on the Poisson integral formula.
- Pseudo Math and Finance. Possible topic for a term paper.
- A good visual treatment of complex analysis Geometry of Harmonic Functions by Tristram Needham, Magazine, April, 1994.
- Fundamental theorem of algebra
- A quote of Henri Poincare: "Mathematics is the art of giving the same name to different things. Poetry is the art of giving different names to the same thing."
- Newman's Short Proof of the Prime Number Theorem.
- Lindelof maximum principle.
- Mean value property characterizes harmonic functions.
- Interesting article on the Prime Number Theoerem.
- Eric Nitardy has scanned in the first two chapters of Whittaker and Watson.
- The Logarithmic conjugation theorem.
- The tangent as a conformal map from a strip to the disk.
- A proof of a special case of the Cauchy integral formula.
- Calculation of residues
- A proof of the Cauchy Integral theorem.
- Summary of Cauchy-Riemann equations.
- Term papers from 2015
- Link by way of Nick Janetos (visualizing complex functions).
- Hyperbolic Geometry by John Milnor.
- Jordan's proof of the Jordan Curve Theorem.
- Cauchy Integral Theorem
- Here's a link to Don Marshall's Math 534 homepage. He has written a set of notes and also posted problems and links to some software for visualizing complex functions. The prerequisites for the graduate course are exactly what you already know. There is a lot of overlap between 336 and parts of 534 and 535. Here's a link to Don's 535 homepage.
- The Mathematics Research Library has purchased all of Springer's e-books published since 2005. Go to the link Springer e-books to see what is there. Here are some that are relevant to Math 336: Geometric Function Theory, Complex Analysis, Complex Variables with Applications
- Primes is in P.
- Primes is in P: A Breakthrough for "Everyman"
- A beautiful reference for the Jordan curve theorem is in
*Elements of the Topology of plane sets of points*by M.H.A. Newman. - Papers by Andrew Oldyzko on the Riemann Zeta Function.
- Fast Fourier Methods in Computational Complex Analysis by Peter Henrici.
- A reference for Euclidean geometry is
*Geometry: Euclid and Beyond*by Robin Hartshorne. - Cantor and Sierpinski, Julia and Fatou: Complex Topology Meets Complex Dynamics
- The Riemann Hypothesis
- Instructions for the term paper
- Syllabus(pdf)