Electromagnetic Theory, Adv.

Numbering Code G-ENG10 5C610 LJ72 Year/Term 2021 ・ Second semester
Number of Credits 2 Course Type Lecture
Target Year Target Student
Language Japanese and English Day/Period Wed.3
Instructor name MATSUO TETSUJI (Graduate School of Engineering Professor)
MIFUNE TAKESHI (Graduate School of Engineering Senior Lecturer)
Outline and Purpose of the Course The first half: the special theory of relativity and the covariance of Maxwell's equations
The latter half: theory and methods of computational electromagnetics
Course Goals 1. Understanding of the basic concepts of special theory of relativity and the covariant formulation of Maxwell's equations
2. Understanding of the basics of computational electromagnetics
Schedule and Contents Introduction to special theory of relativity: 2-3times
- Galilean relativity and special relativity
- Lorentz transformation
Tensor representation and relativistic dynamics: 2-3times
- Introduction to tensor representation
- Relativistic dynamics
Covariant formulation of Maxwell's equations: 2-3times
- Electromagnetic field tensor
- Lorentz covariance of Maxwell’s equations
Foundations of computational electromagnetics: 1-2times
- Introduction to computatinal electromagnetics
Theory and methods in computational electromagnetics: 3-4times
- Methods in computational electromagnetics, e.g., finite element method
Matrix computations in computational electromagnetics: 1-2times
- Basics and state-of-the-art of matrix computations in computational
electromagnetics
Evaluation Methods and Policy Submission of reports (twice)
Course Requirements Basic electromagnetic theory
References, etc. Y. Kazama, Introductory Lectures on the Theory of Relativity (in Japanese), Baifukan,1997.
Related URL
PAGE TOP