|ENG-SCI 151 - Applied Electromagnetism (143005 – Section 001)
Faculty of Arts and Sciences Spring 2015-2016
Mohamed Abouzahra and Joseph Usoff
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1:00 p.m. - 2:29 p.m.
Description: Electromagnetism and its applications in science and technology. Topics: Maxwell's equations; electromagnetic waves (e.g., light, microwaves, etc.); wave propagation through media discontinuity; transmission lines, waveguides, and microwave circuits; radiation and antennae; interactions between electromagnetic fields and matters; optics of solids; optical devices; origin of colors; interference and diffraction; lasers and masers; nuclear magnetic resonance and MRI; radio astronomy; wireless networking; plasmonic wave (charge density wave).
Prerequisite(s): Recommended: Basic electromagnetism (Applied Physics 50b, Physical Sciences 12b, Physics 11b (no longer offered), or 15b or equivalent), basic vector calculus (Applied Math 21a or equivalent), basic differential equations (Applied Math 21b or equivalent) and familiarity with Fourier analysis (Applied Math 21b or equivalent).
Location: Pierce 100F (SEAS)