Announcement (Semester 2, 2014)


  • Midterm on Mar 2, 1-4 PM
  • Quiz 2 on Fri Apr 3, 8-9 AM at room ENG3-315
  • Quiz 1 on Fri Feb 13, 8-9 AM.
  • Final on May 4, 1-4 PM.


Read the homework instruction here.

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Video lectures

All the following lectures are available at my YouTube channel. More lectures are soon to be uploaded.

  • Determinants
  • Proofs of determinant properties under row operations
  • Linear transformation
  • Complex number
  • Analytic functions
  • Integrals
  • Proof of Taylor’s theorem

Lecture notes

All the following slides are combined in EE202_JSS_handouts.pdf (185 pages and ready to print in A4 paper).

Linear algebra

(revised on Aug 5, 2013)

  1. Introduction to mathematical proofs
  2. Systems of linear equations
  3. Vectors and Matrices
  4. Vector spaces
  5. Linear transformation
  6. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors
  7. Function of square matrices

Complex Analysis (revised on Feb 21, 2014)

  1. Complex numbers
  2. Analytic functions
  3. Elementary functions
  4. Integrals
  5. Series
  6. Residue theorem and its application (revised on Feb 21, 2014)

Course Information

Please read the course syllabus


Mon/Wed 9:30-11 AM, Room Eng 3 206

  • Section 1: Assist. Prof. Suchin Arunsawatwong (SAR), ENG 3 204
  • Section 2: Assoc. Prof. Nisachon Tangsangiumvisai (NTS), ENG 3 205
  • Section 3: Jitkomut Songsiri (JSS), ENG 3 206

Tadchanon (EE409, and Pikkanate (


The first two books are main reference books for this course.

  • J.W. Brown and R.V. Churchill, Complex Variables and Applications, 8th edition, McGraw-Hill, 2008.
  • H.Anton and C. Rorres, Elementary Linear Algebra, 10th edition, John Wiley, 2011.
  • M.Dejnakarin, Mathematics for Electrical Engineers, 3rd edition, Chulalongkorn University Press, 2006.
  • W.K. Nicholson, Linear Algebra with Applications, 5th edition, McGraw-Hill, 2006.
  • P.V. O’Neil, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 4th edition, WPS Publishing, Boston, 1995.
  • D.C. Lay, Linear Algebra and its applications, 3rd edition, Addison-Wesley, 2003.

The test score (T) which is in the scale of 100 consists of

  • Quizzes (20 pts)
  • Midterm (40 pts)
  • Final (40 pts)

Homework assignments (H) has 20 points. Gradining will be based on the total score (S) which is given by Angell’s formula

S = min (100, T+ H(1-T/100) )

Class policies:
  • Students are allowed to take quiz in the registered section only.
  • Copying homework is prohibited. Students must withdrawn from this course if caught.
  • Submit the homework at the beginning of the class ONLY (first 15 mins of the lecture). Late homework is NOT accepted in any case.
  • Cheating (or showing any intention) in quizz, midterm or final exams is highly unacceptable. Students will be penalized according to univ’s rule.
  • Students obtain an F if the total score is less than 40%.

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