Course Information

COURSE MEETINGS:

Lecture

MR 4:00-5:50

LOW CII-4050

Prof. James Lu

Lab Sessions

W 12:00-01:50
W 02:00-03:50  

JEC 4107

Staff

 

Quizzes/Final:

There will be three quizzes given during the class hours on the dates listed on the course schedule.  The Final Exam schedule will be posted.

STAFF :

Instructor:
TA:

Secretary:

James J.-Q. Lu   
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  CII 6229
 JEC-XXXX
 

 JEC 6012

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  luj at rpi.edu
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Prerequisites: ECSE-2010 Electric Circuits; MATH-2010 Multivariable Calculus and Matrix Algebra

Textbook:

REQUIRED

Fawwaz T. Ulaby and Umberto Ravaioli, “Fundamentals of Applied Electromagnetics” Prentice Hall 7th Edition, 2015. Available in the bookstore.  You can also use its 6th Edition.

An electronic workbook, " Visual Electromagnetics for Mathcad " is available on the web. You'll need Mathcad software and the cheapest option is Mathcad Explorer (free)

OPTIONAL

H. M. Shey, "Div, Grad, Curl, and All That," 3rd edition. Published by W.W. Norton. This book is available from several web bookstores.  

Joseph A. Edminister, "Electromagnetics," 2nd edition. Published by McGraw-Hill as part of their Schaum's Outline Series. Useful only for the solved problems, this book is also available from several web bookstores and can be found at Borders and Barnes and Noble.

Syed A. Nasar, "2008+ Solved Problems in Electromagnetics." Published by McGraw-Hill in their Schaum's Solved Problems Series. This book is also available from several web bookstores and can be found at Borders and Barnes and Noble.

Calendar:

Key Course Dates:

Please check for updates.

Quiz 1:            28 September
Project 1:       4 October
Quiz 2:            9 November
Project 2:       15 Nevember
Quiz 3:            7 December
 
Final Exam:  TBA 

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Welcome to Fields and Waves I (Fall 2017)

 

 

 

 

Maxwell
James Clerk Maxwell
(1831 - 1879)
The famous Scottish physicist, who discovered the theory of electromagnetism and forever changed our views on the nature of light.

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