Instructor: 
Deane Yang 
Email: 
deane.yang@nyu.edu 
Office Hours: 
(Fall 2024) Tuesdays 46pm, Fridays 24pm CIWW 522

Lectures: 
Tuesdays, Thursdays: 9:30am10:45am CIWW 1302 
Textbook
Lang, Complex Analysis
You can download the PDF for free, if your computer is connected to the NYU network. You can also buy a softcover edition for $39.99 from Springer
Prerequisites
 Multivariable Calculus
 Undergraduate Real Analysis or MATHGA1420 Introduction To Math Analysis I (concurrently)
Questions about how to do the homework?

Work together with classmates. But be careful! If you simply copy someone else's answers without struggling through the problem yourself, you will not be ready for the exams. Get help from other students but, when preparing final version of your solutions, do it alone.

Post questions, no matter how small, to Ed Discussion. You are allowed to do this anonymously. Please do not email math questions to me. All questions should be posted to Ed Discussion, so everyone can see the questions.
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Ask me during office hours. If you cannot make it during the scheduled times, please email me to make an appointment.
Other questions
If you have any personal questions or issues that you need to discuss with me, please
email me.
Mandatory tools you will use in this course

Gradescope:

Please email me if you need a Gradescope account.
 Homework:
There will be a biweekly homework assignment that will be posted on Brightspace as a link to the Overleaf project (see below). Your solutions must be written using LaTeX and saved as a PDF. You then follow the instructions on Gradescope to upload the PDF.

LaTeX

Homework solutions must be prepared using LaTeX either Overleaf or LaTeX software installed on your computer.

Using Overleaf:

Go to Overleaf, click Log in with SSO, and log on using your NYU netid

Whenever there is a new assignment, a link to an Overleaf project will be provided. Click on it to open the project. Under Menu in the upper left corner, click on Copy Project.

You enter your solutions using LaTeX in the left window, and the formatted document will appear on the right.

If you have never used LaTeX before, please look at the Overleaf Documentation.

There will often be error messages that you'll need to fix. If you cannot figure out how to fix the errors, share the project with me and I'll help you.

If you prefer to install and use LaTeX on your own computer, check out Getting LaTeX or Getting Started with LaTeX. On the Mac, LaTeX is also available via Homebrew.

Ed Discsussion:

All questions about course material and logistics should be asked here.

You are also encouraged to try to answer questions posted.

You may post anonymously.

Use LaTeX for mathematical formulas and equations. You must always enclose the LaTeX with $$...$$. Using $...$ does not work.

Brightspace:
Course Grade Factors (subject to change)

Homework (30%)

Midterm Exam (30%)

Final Exam (40%)

Tweaks