Problem Sheets in PDF: Sheet 1 Sheet 2

Most solutions to the exercises are similar to ones from previous years, see the links below.

Conformal mappings (definition, examples, relation between conformal and holomorphic mappings).

Complex integration of holomorphic functions along arbitrary continuous paths. Homotopy version of Cauchy's theorem. Elements of homology and homological version of Cauchy's theorem.

Cauchy-Green's Formula and relation to Cauchy's Integral formula. Theorem of Morera. Liouville's theorem. Application to the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra. Compact convergence and Weierstrass theorem.

Order of zeroes. The identity principle. Isolated singularities. Removable singularities, poles, essential singularities. Riemann extension theorem. Characterization of singularity type in terms of Laurent series expansion. Meromorphic functions. Casorati-Weierstrass theorem.

The argument principle. Rouché's theorem. Open mapping theorem. The univalence theorem (local injectivity criterion). Inverse maping theorem.

Montel's theorem. Biholomphic maps between open sets. The Riemann mapping theorem (see the last page in the Thorsten Wedhorn's Lecture Notes).

- Ahlfors, L.V., Complex Analysis, Third Edition, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1978. (scanned copy in pdf)

- Conway, J.B., Functions of One Complex Variable, Second Edition, Graduate Texts in Mathematics 11, Springer-Verlag, New York, 1978. In Google Books

- Remmert, R., Theory of Complex Functions, Graduate Texts in Mathematics 122, Springer-Verlag, New York, 1991. In Google Books

- Remmert, R., Classical topics in complex function theory. Translated from the German by Leslie Kay. Graduate Texts in Mathematics, 172. Springer-Verlag, New York, 1998. In Google Books

- Churchill, R.V., Brown, J.W., Complex Variables and Applications, Fourth edition. McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York, 1984.

- Palka, P.B., An Introduction to Complex Function Theory, Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics. Springer-Verlag, New York, 1991.

The following book of Fulton is quite remarkable in that it includes many topological and homological aspects of Complex Analysis on a deeper but still elementary level:

- Fulton, W., Algebraic topology. A first course. Graduate Texts in Mathematics, 153. Springer-Verlag, New York, 1995. In Google Books

See also Polya's famous book

My blog post How to give a Mini-talk in Mathematics

Course 214 - Complex Variable by David Wilkins

Complex Analysis Lecture Notes (includes material on Homotopy and Homology) by Torsten Wedhorn

Advanced Complex Analysis with Course Notes by Curtis T McMullen (Fields Medal 1998)

Graphics for Complex Analysis by Douglas N. Arnold.

A Complex Function Viewer by The University of British Columbia SunSITE.

Wolfram Mathworld Pages on Complex Analysis

Wikipedia Pages on Complex Analysis

Conformal Projections in Cartography by Carlos A. Furuti

Free Lecture Notes in Complex Analysis on the Github Awesome Math list

Differentiating power series and An experiment concerning mathematical writing by Timothy Gowers

Ask yourself dumb questions – and answer them! by Terence Tao

A Virtual Mathematics Library by Lee Stemkoski

Old 3423 web page for 2017 with Problem Sheets and Solutions

Old 3423 web page for 2015 with Problem Sheets

Old 3423/4 web page for 2013-14 with Problem Sheets

Old 3423/4 web page for 2011-12 with Problem Sheets

Old 3423/4 web page for 2009-10 with Problem Sheets

Old 414 web page for 2007-08 with Problem Sheets and Solutions

Old 414 web page for 2005-06 with Problem Sheets

Old 414 web page for 2003-04 by Richard M. Timoney with Lecture Notes and Problem Sheets.

For exam-related problems look in TCD past examination papers and Mathematics department examination papers.

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