1st European Intensive Course on Complex Analysisand applications to partial differential equations 

Departamento de Matemática, Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal 13 to 31 March, 1995 

Goal of the Course  
This intensive course will have a total of 48 hours of lectures and is at postgraduate level. Lecturers will have time available to discuss with the students. Successfully participating students will get a certificate. The course is mainly dedicated to students involved in the Galois network/Erasmus but open to all young mathematicians interested in Complex Analysis and its applications. This intensive course will be followed by another two another covering other topics on the same subjects to take place in subsequent years. There will be a Workshop "The teaching of mathematics for engineering and other sciences. Comparison of Complex Analysis curricula in several countries of the EC" at the Univ. of Aveiro in the 18 of March of 1995 after the first week of the intensive course. 

First Week 





Title: Functional analytical methods of Complex Analysis in the Complex Plane and Higher dimensions  
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Title: Introduction to Clifford Analysis  
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Author: W. Bergweiler  Univ. Aachen, Germany  
Title: Complex Dynamical Systems  
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Travel and living expenses can be partially covered by Erasmus. Students should apply to the Erasmus Coordinator of their home universities, and also to the University of Aveiro/ Dep. of Mathematics. Informations about the Mathematics Department or the University of Aveiro can be seen in http://www.mat.ua.pt . Further informations about travelling, accommodation etc. can be obtained from the organizers. 



With support from the Socrates programme 