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Spring 2011 Fields and Waves University of Massachusetts Amherst ECE 333 Lectures Discussions Instructor Do-Hoon Kwon Ramakrishna Janaswamy Office Marcus 215A Marcus 215D Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Amherst, MA 01003 E-mail [email protected] [email protected] Time MWF 9:05–9:55AM Session 1: Th 9:30–10:45AM Session 2: Th 11:15AM 12:30PM Room Goessmann 152 Marston 220 Office hour Thursday 2:30–3:45PM Tuesday 10:45AM–12:00PM Course Objectives In this course, students should acquire the following skills. He/she should be able to: 1. Understand the concept of electric and magnetic fields 2. Apply fundamental laws governing electrostatic and magnetostatic phenomena 3. Relate physics of energy dissipation and storage to basic circuit elements 4. Understand Maxwell’s equations for time-varying electromagnetic fields 5. Quantify electromagnetic wave behavior in free space and at planar boundaries Prerequisites PHYS 152, MATH 246/233, Grade C or better in ECE 212 Teaching Assistants Maruthi N. Yogeesh ( [email protected] )
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