Electromagnetic Field Theory
Advanced Engineering Electromagnetics, C.A. Balanis, John Wiley and Sons Inc., New York, 1989.
Course is structured to provide students with the fundamental concepts and analytical techniques associated with engineering electromagnetics (EM). The material is a complete exposure to Maxwell’s equations and their solutions for a variety of problems at an advanced graduate level. This theoretical study provides the student with the basis to deal with a wide range of practical topics including microwave engineering, electronic packaging, millimeter wave engineering, optical engineering, antennas, sensors, remote sensing, electromagnetic interference and electromagnetic compatability. Understanding the fundamentals of electromagnetics is intrinsic to understanding how to analyze and design various types of components, devices, and systems for all of these applications and more.
- Homework: 10-13 assignments
- Exams: 2 midterm exams, 1 final exam
- Typical grading policy: 50% midterms, 30% final exam, 20% homework