ECE 222c: Applied Electromagnetic Theory –

Computational Methods for Electromagnetics
 

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

University of California, San Diego


Instructor: Prof. Vitaliy Lomakin

EBU 1, room 3201, E-mail: vlomakin@eng.ucsd.edu

Office hours: Tue, Thu 2pm-3pm, and after office hours by appointment

 

Lectures: Tue, Thu 12:30pm-1:50pm, HSS 2305A

 

Downloads (notes, homework)

 

Suggested books:

-      Computational Methods in Electromagnetics, A. F. Peterson, S. Ray and R. Mittra, IEEE Press

-      Field Computation by Method of Moments, R. F. Harrington, IEEE Press

-      Finite Element Methods in Electromagnetics, J. Jin, Wiley

-      Computational Electrodynamics: Finite Difference Time Domain Method, A. Taflov, Artech House

Class Policies:

1.  Homework: Approximately 4 (-6) homework assignments

2.  Projects: 2 projects and 1 presentation (for the last project).

3.  Grade Distribution

          Homework: 25%

          Projects: 70%

          Presentation: 5%

 

Syllabus:

1.  Introduction

2.  Finite difference methods

3.  Integral equation (IE) methods

4.  Finite element method (FEM)

 

Detailed syllabus

 


In the background is Maxwell, who invented equations governing Electromagnetism.