EE 311 s11outline_Section1_Policy_Syllubus

EE 311 s11outline_Section1_Policy_Syllubus - ECE 311...

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ECE 311 Electric and Magnetic Fields Spring 2011 (Section 002 Policy and Syllabus) Course Website: Professor: Dan Jiao Office: MSEE 224 Tel: (765) 494-5240 Email: [email protected] Office hours: MWF: 1:00 - 2:00 pm; T: 3:30 - 5:30 pm; (or send e-mail for an appointment). Teaching Assistant: Jingjing Liu Office: EE238 Email: [email protected] Office hours: please check the website for updates. Secretary: Wanda Dallinger Office: MSEE 230 Tel: (765) 494-6389 Email: [email protected] Office hours: Monday-Friday: 8am-12pm, 1pm-4:30pm. Class Time and Location: MWF 11:30 am-12:20 pm, WTHR 160 Text: Elements of Electromagnetics by Matthew N. O. Sadiku Fifth Edition Schaum’s Outlines Electromagnetics by Joseph A. Edminister Course notes and handouts will be posted on the course website. Course Objective Electromagnetics is important. It governs the physical phenomena in almost every discipline in electrical engineering from circuits to optics. Electromagnetics is new and exciting. It enables numerous high technologies from high-speed electronics to stealth technology. The objective of this course is to help you learn the basic principles of electromagnetics with a view to current and future applications. Problem solving and critical thinking skills will be stressed. Course Outline: - Review of Vector Analysis (1 week) - Electrostatics (5 weeks) - Magnetostatics (4 weeks) - Electrodynamics (5 weeks)
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Grading: Class Performance 10 pts Homework 90 pts Exam 1 100 pts Exam 2 100 pts Exam 3 100 pts Final 200 pts Total 600 pts - Letter grades with ‘+’ and ‘-‘ will be determined from each student’s standing in comparison with the total distribution within this section . - In addition to passing the course by the numerical grading scheme above, each student must demonstrate a minimum level of competency in each Course Outcome as defined in our ABET Accreditation standards. No student may pass the course until s/he has satisfied each criterion. The accreditation standards, Course Outcomes, and the ABET assessment procedures are outlined in the “ABET Assessment Procedures for ECE 311” handout. Homework:
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