MATH 2015: Analysis 2

Semesters: 1 and 2, Credits: 20

Prerequisites: MATH1035 (Analysis)
Here are Dr Daws' workbooks from 2010--11 to remind you of what you did: Workbook 1 | Workbook 2 | Workbook 3 | Workbook 4 | Workbook 5.

Here is Prof. Dales' summary of the second half of MATH1035.

Module details: 2011--12

Lecturer for first semester: Prof. J.C. Wood, 8.20e, Mathematics


Module home page, semester 1:

which should also be accessible from Blackboard - VLE:

Lectures and workshops, first semester: The lectures are compulsory. You will be assigned to either Workshop 1 or 2.

Mondays: 1300--1400, lecture Chemistry West, LT F
Fridays: 1300--1400, lecture Roger Stevens LT 20
Thursdays: 0900--1000, workshop 1 Roger Stevens LT 23
Thursdays: 1500--1600, workshop 2 EC Stoner SR (7.73)

If there is not enough time at the workshop, then please come and see me, fixing a time when you see me of by e-mail.

Attendance monitoring From the School of Mathmematics pages: where you can find more details. `According to the Partnership, students are expected to attend all teaching activities, including lectures, practicals, tutorials, examples classes, and personal tutorials. Repeated unauthorised absences from teaching activities will lead to formal warnings being issued to students, and ultimately students can be excluded from the University as part of the University’s ‘Unsatisfactory Student Procedure’.

Attendance at lectures will be monitored on several randomly chosen ocassions. If you are ill or cannot attend that teaching session for some other reason, you must submit a request via the Portal to be excused, see

Code of Conduct See
In particular, (i) students are expected to show respect for their fellow students and lecturing staff by NOT talking during taught sessions (unless given express permission to do so by the lecturer)'; (ii) `the use of mobile phones and similar technology is not allowed during taught sessions, unless you have been given permission. This includes receiving and writing text messages'; (iii) if a student demonstrates a lack of respect and consideration for others, the lecturer or tutor can ask the student to leave the teaching session recording the student's name'.

Module description:

I.Stewart and D.Tall, Complex analysis : (the hitchhiker's guide to the plane), Cambridge UP, 1983.
M. Hart, Guide to analysis, 2nd edition, Palgrove, 2001.
H.A. Priestley, Complex Analysis, 2nd edition, Oxford UP, 2003.

Assessment: 20% coursework + 80% 3 hour examination at end of semester.

Private Study: For each hour of lecture/examples class, you are expected to spend at least two hours in private study. Please spend some of this looking over your notes and thinking about the material. Don't leave example sheets until the last minute --- you need time to think about Analysis, but you will be rewarded by a warm glow when you finally understand it properly!