The program aims to introduce students to the concepts and methods of complex analysis in several variables, an active area of mathematics that has deep connections with algebraic geometry, mathematical physics, and others. The fundamentals of complex analysis are developed through the systematic study of geometry of complex space and multidimensional integral representations which, in combination with methods of algebraic and tropical geometry, present a powerful tool of contemporary mathematical research in different areas: from PDE and difference equations to algebraic and hypergeometric functions.
- To give students an appreciations of complex analysis and how this subject fits into mathematics.
- To ensure students know the fundamentals of complex analysis in several variables.
- To provide students with the opportunity to develop academic and research skills.
- To make students familiar with the connections complex analysis has with other fields of mathematics and physics.
- To enable students to experience of conducting guided research.
On completion of this program, it is expected that students will be able to:
- recall complex analysis terminology, basic definitions and statements;
- recognize the problems the complex analytic methods may be used to solve;
- identify the knowledge required for solving a problem;
- select and employ appropriate methods for analyzing problems in complex analysis;
- prove rigorously mathematical statements and formulate precise mathematical arguments.
Diploma and degree: MSc in Mathematics
Career opportunities: with a Master’s degree in Mathematics you can obtain a position in both public and private sector related to analysis of information.
Research career: the Master’s degree holder can continue studying to earn a PhD SibFU degree or Cand. Sc. in Mathematics degree.
Prof. August Tsikh
D.Sc. in Mathematics and Physics, Professor. He worked at the universities of Stockholm, Bordeaux, Berlin, Calabria (Italy), Armidel (Australia), Max Planck Institute in Bonn, Institut Mittag-Leffler in Stockholm.
Research interests: complex analysis, algebraic geometry, tropical geometry, signal processing, mathematical physics.
|Semester||20 ECTS credits||10 ECTS credits|
|1st semester||Module ‘Introduction to Complex Geometry’||Master's thesis|
|2nd semester||Module ‘Complex Geometry’||Master's thesis|
|3rd semester||Module ‘Integral Methods of Complex Analysis’||Master's thesis|
|4th semester||Master's thesis|
The program provides an opportunity to learn from the leading specialists in multidimensional residue theory, integral representations, and difference equations. The research project may be carried out in the laboratory of complex analysis and differential equations led by Prof. Ari Laptev. As a rule, the program is finished with a ready for publication paper.
Topics for research project may be chosen from a range of different fields within complex analysis: from convergence of multiple power series to operator equations in Hilbert spaces, and from the geometry of complements to analytic sets to solving of system of equations.
|Duration:||2 years (120 ECTS)|
|Starting date:||October, 1|
|Tuition fee||The price will be announced soon|
|Accommodation:||On-campus accommodation is available in double and triple-occupancy rooms (€ 20 per month).|
|Practicalities:||Airport transfer, invitation letter for a Russian study visa and an optional survival course of Russian as a foreign language are provided by the University.|
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