Electromagnetic Theory II, PHY6347 Course Information Spring 2011 Lecturer : C. B. Thorn, NPB 2069, 392-5701 Lectures : NPB 1101, MWF 3rd period (9:35-10:25am) Ofce Hours : MWF, 5th period (11:35-12:35am) and by appointment. Course webpage : http://www.phys.u±.edu/ ∼ thorn/homepage/eminfo.html Grader : email: O²ce hour: Textbook : Classical Electrodynamics , J. David Jackson, 3rd Edition (Wiley, 1999) Lectures : I will try to make my lectures self-contained and my lecture notes will be posted on line. Jackson’s textbook will be a major source of homework problems and a valuable alternative perspective on the subject. We will start the second semester with the Lorentz covariance of Maxwell’s equations (Jackson, ch 11,12), and then return to Chapter 7-10, 13 and 14. Examinations : A midterm exam (TBA) will comprise 25% of your course grade and a ³nal examination (27 April 2011, 12:30-2:30) will comprise 50% of your course grade. Both exams will be closed book. Homework
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