This course is the second half
of a two-semester sequence in Electromagnetics,
and deals with the most fundamental concepts of the laws of electromagnetism.
We will start where the first semester course ended last fall (section 7.2.3)
with intend to cover the rest of the textbook.
The topics will include Electrodynamics (Chapter 7), Conservation Laws
(Chapter 8), Electromagnetic Waves (Chapter 9), Potentials and Fields
(Chapter 10), Radiation (Chapter 11) and Relativistic Electrodynamics
Homework assignments are a very important component of this course.
The assigned problems will be posted on the web
on the day the material is covered.
Assignments from Tuesday and Thursday are due at Tuesday lecture following
Late homework will not be accepted, except for extenuating
circumstances and prior approval from the instructor.
You are strongly encouraged to work on homework assignments all by yourself.
Only if you can't solve the problem, seek help from fellow
students or the instructor.
Two exams will be given.
Exam-I will be on Feb.26 (Tuesday) at regular class time.
Exam-II will be on Apr.17 (Thursday) at regular class time.
See also the
The exams are closed book, however,
you are free to bring a single double-sided sheet
of handwritten notes (no photocopies).
While you are encouraged to seek help on the homework assignments,
it is a violation of the academic code to seek or give assistance
during the exams.
During the tests you can only communicate with the person proctoring the exam.
The general Syracuse University guidelines will be followed in case of