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### Syllabus of the course: * Mathematics for Physics II *

In this web page we provide the syllabus of the course Mathematics for Physics II, offered by the Department of Physics.

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Code | Φ-311 |
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Type | B |

ECTS | 6 |

Hours | 4 |

Semester | Spring |

Instructor | P. Ditsas |

Program | Monday 11:00-13:00, Room 1 Wednesday 11:00-13:00, Room 1 |

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Goal of the course | This course aims to provide 3rd and 4th year student with mathematical tool to handle advanced problems in modern theoretical physics. |

Syllabus | - Introductory Complex Analysis: Complex numbers. The complex plane.(2 weeks) - Complex functions: Complex functions. Branch points. Multivalued functions. Continuity and the derivative of complex functions. Cauchy-Riemann conditions.(2.5 weeks) - Analytic Functions: Analytic functions and applications.(2 weeks) Cauchy's theorem and integration. Derivatives of analytic functions. Taylor and Laurent series.Classification of singular points. (2.5 weeks) - Applications of Residues: Calculation of definite integrals. (2.5 weeks) Calculation of generalized integrals. (2 weeks) |

Bibliography | Notes of Instructor, P. Ditsas |

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