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 students can resolve problems in normal physics, involving the magnetostatics and electromagnetic field, and are able to use electromagnetic equations to derive the highlighted field properties.
After the course of electrostatics, the further progresses to learn magnetostatics and time-dependent variation of electromagnetic field are necessary. The course, Electromagnetism II, guides undergraduate students to have field properties of electric/magnetic field and practice exercises to resolve the problems in normal physics. Maxwell’s equations and electromagnetic waves are the advanced courses to lead students to be capable of using key equations logically.
Electromagnetism I and Calculus
Examination (50%), handout (10%), and homework (40%)
Examination is held at the end of spring semester module B and scored with 50% of the final grade. Handout operation is inspected with 10% of the final grade. The other 40% of the final grade will be considered from the homework assignment in the spring semester.
Lectures and Class Exercises
Online Course Requirement
Lecture is conducted in English.
Only for IDE students. Hybrid or Others Online courses can be presented and are probably concerned as the lecture style at A, B or C module of the spring semester.
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Link to the syllabus provided by the university