Clayton Shonkwiler

Math 419

Instructor: Dr. Clayton Shonkwiler
Time: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 3:00–3:50
Location: Engineering E104
Office: Weber 216
Office Hours: Monday 1:00–2:00, Wednesday 1:00–2:00 and 4:00–5:00, Thursday 9:30–10:30
Email Address:
Text: Computational Complex Analysis, by Frank Jones



The course provides an introduction to the complex numbers, complex functions, and their connections to different areas of mathematics. This depends on a synthesis of geometric visualization, symbolic and numerical calculation, and rigorous reasoning and communication.

Final Project Resources

LaTeX distributions:

  • Overleaf — Online collaborative TeX editor: no need to install anything!
  • TeX Live — Multiplatform TeX distribution
  • MacTeX — TeX Live distribution for Mac OS X; includes TeXShop, a very good editor/viewer
  • MiKTeX — Alternative Windows TeX distribution

LaTeX help:

  • LaTeX Symbols — Glossary of symbols that can be displayed in LaTeX
  • DeTeXify — Draw the symbol you want to enter; (hopefully!) get the code for it