MATH2621 Higher Complex Analysis

MATH2621 is a Pure Mathematics Level II course about the calculus of complex-valued functions of one complex variable. See the course overview below.

This course has replaced MATH2620 which was previously a 3uoc course.

Units of credit: 6

Prerequisite: MATH1231 or MATH1241 or MATH1251 each with a mark of at least 70;

Exclusion: MATH2069

Excluded: MATH2520, MATH2521, MATH2620

Cycle of offering: Yearly in Semester 2.

Graduate attributes: The course will enhance your research, inquiry and analytical thinking abilities.

More information: The course handout (pdf) contains information about course objectives, assessment, course materials and the syllabus.

The Online Handbook entry contains up-to-date timetabling information.

MATH2621 (alternatively MATH2521) is a compulsory course for Mathematics majors.

If you are currently enrolled in MATH2621, you can log into UNSW Moodle for this course.

Course Overview

This is a first course in the theory and applications of complex functions, taught at the Higher level. Topics covered include analytic functions, Taylor and Laurent series, integrals, Cauchy's theorem, residues, evaluation of certain real integrals, Laplace transforms, conformal mappings and applications to differential equations.