In this course we build on second-year electromagnetism. Our starting point is Maxwell's equations.

- Classical electrodynamicsby Jackson, John David.

3rd ed.

Publisher : Wiley India Pvt. Ltd. (New Delhi)

- SCIENCE OF ENERGYby Newton, Roger G.

Publisher: WSPC

ISBN: 9789814401203 - Electromagnetismby Brewster, Hilary D.

Publisher: Oxford Book Co.

ISBN: 9789350430163 - Electromagnetics Explainedby Schmitt, Ron

Publisher: Newnes

ISBN: 9780080505237

- Maxwell’s equations.
- Gauge transformation.
- Poynting vector.
- Energy transport.
- Momentum and angular momentum in an electromagnetic field.
- Conservation laws.
- Relation to symmetry.
- Plane electromagnetic waves in a non-conducting and conducting medium.
- Propagation in a dispersive medium.
- Reflection.
- Refraction.
- Total internal reflection.
- Simple microscopic models of dielectric constant.
- Wave guides and resonant cavities.
- TE/TM and TEM modes.
- Power losses.
- Application to ionosphere.
- Radiation by moving charges.
- Lienard-Wiechert potentials and fields.
- Causality.
- General angular and frequency distributions of radiation from accelerated charges.
- Bremsstrahlung.
- Thompson scattering.
- Cherenkov radiation.
- Fields and radiation of localized oscillating sources.
- Electric dipole fields and radiation.
- Magnetic dipole and electric quadrupolefields.
- Analysis of multipole fields using vector spherical harmonics.
- Spherical wave expansion of a vector plane wave.
- Scattering of electromagnetic wave by a conducting sphere.

- Biophysics For Dummiesby Vos, Ken

Publisher: For Dummies

ISBN: 9781118513538