Electromagnetism II University of Tsukuba
This lecture starts from magnetostatics and compares with those properties of electrostatics. The electromagnetic induction is then revealed from the time-dependent variation of electric or magnetic field. All the principles of electric and magnetic fields are summarized in Maxwell’s equations. Electromagnetic (EM) waves are finally presented to discuss the EM properties of dielectrics and metals.
The lecture covers classical topics on "Magnetostatics", "Magnetic Fields in Matter", "Electrodynamics", "Conservation Laws", "Electromagnetic Waves", "Potentials and Fields", "Radiation", and "Electrodynamics and Relativity".
"Knowledge creativity", "Engineering basics", "Basic scholastic ability", "Expertise", "Ethics", "Practical insight and problem solving ability"
Calculus, Linear algebra, Classical Mechanics, Electromagnetism I
Homework (40%) and Examination (30%+30%, 2 times) The examinations are held at the end of spring semester module B and C, respectively.
This lecture will be followed with the textbook, David J. Griffiths, Introduction to Electrodynamics (Cambridge University Press, 2017) from the chapter 5 to 12.MagnetostaticsMagnetic Fields in MatterElectrodynamics - part1Electrodynamics - part2Conservation LawsThe first examinationElectromagnetic Waves - part1Electromagnetic Waves - part2RadiationElectrodynamics and RelativityThe final examinationThis schedule shows the step for learning. The schedule doesn't matched with the time and week.
Lectures and Class Exercises
Online Course Requirement
Onsite (if some students can't join in the class, the lecture will be supported with real-time online and on-demand.)
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