## The Syllabus for the Qualifying Examination in Complex Analysis

Complex differentiation, Cauchy-Riemann equations, power series,
exponential and trigometric functions.

Cauchy's theorem and integral formula, Cauchy's inequalities,
Liouville's theorem, Morera's theorem, classification of isolated
singularities, Taylor series, meromorphic functions, Laurent series,
fundamental theorem of
algebra, residues, winding numbers, argument principle, Rouch\'e's
theorem, local behaviour of analytic mappings, open mapping theorem.

Harmonic functions, maximum principle, Poisson integral formula,
mean value property.

Conformal mappings, linear fractional transformations, Schwarz
lemma.

Infinite products, analytic continuation, multi-valued functions,
Schwarz reflection principle, monodromy theorem.

Statement and consequences of Riemann mapping theorem and Picard's
theorem.

### References:

L. Ahlfors, Complex Analysis

J. Conway, Functions of One Complex Variable

Churchill, Complex Variables and Applications

S. Lang, Complex Analysis

Levinson and Redheffer, Complex Variables

Knopp, Theory of Functions, vols I-III.