MAT 545. Complex Geometry
Samuel Grushevsky, Fall 2011, Stony Brook University
TuTh 2:20pm - 3:40pm, in Earth&Space 183

Overview: The course will be an introduction to the theory of complex manifold, mostly following the first chapters of "Principles of Algebraic Geometry" by Griffiths and Harris. Solid knowledge of all core course material will be assumed.

Grading: Please see the instructor if you have not passed your orals yet.

Textbook: Principles of Algebraic Geometry, by Phillip Griffiths and Joseph Harris, available at the bookstore or for example on amazon

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