Instructor: Dimiter
Vassilev Office :
SMLC
Bldg, Office 326 Email: vassilev@unm.edu
Phone Number: 505 277 2136
Final
exam:
Thursday, May 8 7:30 a.m.–9:30
a.m.
Students having conflicts with this examination schedule must
notify the appropriate instructor before Friday, April 9, 2010. Any student
having more than three examinations scheduled in any one day may notify the
instructor of the last examination listed. If notified before April 9, 2010,
the instructor shall make arrangements to give a special examination. Conflicts
arising as a result of scheduling out of normal hourspattern or day sequences
must be resolved by the instructor of the offpattern courses. Changes in this
examination schedule are not permitted except by formal approval of the
instructor’s College Dean.
Description: The MittagLeffler theorem, series and product expansions,
introduction to asymptotics and the properties of the
gamma and zeta functions. The Riemann mapping theorem,
harmonic functions and Dirichlet's problem. Introduction to elliptic functions. Selected
topics. Prerequisite: MATH 561. This course is a continuation of Math 561, so it might be useful to check
the HW for MATH561
Fall 2010
Grades:
The final grade
will be determined by homework (100 points) and a final exam (200
points). All grades will be posted on WebCT.
Homework:
You can work together on the homework, but you do need to write up
your own solutions in your own words. To help the grader, please write your
solutions up neatly and clearly and staple the sheets.
Each problem is worth 1 point. I will determine the number of points you have
to do in order to receive the possible maximum of 100 points. You will have a
chance to turn in more problems at the end of the semester in order to get
closer to the desirable number of solved problems, but it is preferable that you
keepup with the material and homework during the semster.
Missed Exams:
Makeup exams can be arranged for exams missed with a VALID
excuse (illness, family emergency, active participation in scholarly or
athletic activities), and ONLY if prior notice is given.
Disability Statement: We will accommodate students with documented disabilities. During
the first two weeks of the semester, those students should inform the
instructor of their particular needs and they should also contact Accessibility
Services in Mesa Vista Hall, Room 2021, phone 2773506. In addition, they
should see CATS Counseling and Therapy Services;
Syllabus and Homework
– Spring 2012. You should also workout all past qualifying exams
Week 
Topics
Covered 
Due Homework. Turn
in as many problems as you can do from any homework any time. 
1. Jan. 17 
HW  
2. Jan. 19 

3. Jan. 24 


4. Jan. 31 

5. Feb. 2 

6. Feb. 7 


7. Feb. 9 

8. Feb. 14 

9. Feb 16 


9. Feb. 21 


10. Feb. 23 


11. Feb. 28 

12. March 1 

13. March 6 

14. March 8 


March 13 
Spring Break 

March 15 
Spring Break 

15. March 20  HW  
16. March 22  HW  
17. March 27  HW  
18. March 29  HW  
19. April 3  HW  
20. April 5  HW  
21. April 10  HW  
22. April 12  HW  
23. April 17  HW  
24. April 19  HW  
25. April 24  HW  
26. April 26  HW  
27. May 1  HW  
28. May 3  
May 7 12, Finals week 

