|MAT 543 Fall 2017 Assignments||MAT 543 Fall 2017 Syllabus|
MAT 543 Course Webpage
Course Announcements Announcements about the course will be posted here. Please check the site regularly for announcements (which will also be given in lecture).
The description in
the graduate bulletin:
"Monodromy theorem and analytic
continuation. Elliptic functions. Dirichlet
problem and Green's function. Conformal
mappings. Introduction to Riemann surfaces
and, or several complex variables."
There will be an emphasis on concepts that are ubiquitous in geometry: the use of sheaves, interpretation via manifolds, and use of harmonic theory. After this course, each student should be well-prepared to pursue complex geometry as in Griffiths-Harris or Wells.
Prerequisites This course is intended as a successor to MAT 536. Students who have not passed MAT 536 (or had this course waived by the Graduate Director) should speak with the instructor as soon as possible.
Text There is no required textbook. The lectures and assignments will be drawn from the recommended textbook, Lectures on Riemann surfaces by Otto Forster, translated by Bruce Gilligan. There are many other excellent textbooks on this topic. Students may use whatever textbook they prefer, but it will be useful to refer to Forster's book.
Lectures The instructor for this course is Jason Starr.
Lecture is held Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11:30AM 12:50PM in EarthSpaceSciences 181.
Grading System Grading will be based on completed assignments, class participation, and a final oral report by each student. All undergraduate students and all graduate students who have not yet passed the comprehensive exam should contact the instructor as soon as possible.
Required Syllabi Statements
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Americans with Disabilities
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Students who require assistance during emergency evacuation are encouraged to discuss their needs with their professors and Disability Support Services. For procedures and information go to the following website: http://www.stonybrook.edu/ehs/fire/disabilities.
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