Content: The course focuses on the properties of differentiable functions on the complex plane. Unlike real analysis, complex differentiable functions have a large number of amazing properties, and are very ``rigid'' objects. Some of these properties have been explored already in Vector Analysis. Our goal will be to push the theory further, hopefully revealing a very beautiful classical subject.
We will start with a review of elementary complex analysis topics from vector analysis. This includes complex differentiability, the Cauchy-Riemann equations, Cauchy's theorem, Taylor's and Liouville's theorem, Laurent expansions. Most of the course will be new topics: Winding numbers, the generalized version of Cauchy's theorem, Morera's theorem, the fundamental theorem of algebra, the identity theorem, classification of singularities, the Riemann sphere and Weierstrass-Casorati theorem, meromorphic functions, Rouche's theorem, integration by residues.
Stewart and Tall, Complex Analysis: (the hitchhiker's guide to the plane), (Cambridge University Press).
Conway, Functions of one complex variable, (Springer-Verlag).
Ahlfors, Complex Analysis: an introduction to the theory of analytic functions of one complex variable, (McGraw-Hill Book Co).