Elektrische en Magnetische Velden
The course covers Maxwell’s theory of time-dependent electromagnetic field, wave theory of light, and propagation of electromagnetic waves in media.
- To provide students with a working knowledge of electromagnetism through Maxwell’s equations using the tools of vector calculus. – To establish the unifying connections between seemingly different phenomena in nature such as electromagnetic induction and optics. – To describe the basic properties of wave propagation, diffraction and interference. – To enhance problem-solving and mathematical skills by requiring students to apply their mathematical skills and physics understanding to a variety of situations and systems.
Mode of instruction
Seminar and Lecturers
Written Examination with short questions
Blackboard will be used for the provision of lecture notes, distribution of home assignment worksheets, and announcements.
To have access to Blackboard you need a ULCN-account.Blackboard UL
D.J. Griffiths , Introduction to Electrodynamics
John David Jackson, Classical Electrodynamics
Contactgegevens Docent:(http://www.physics.leidenuniv.nl/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=240&PID=1453>Dr. V.Cheianov (Vadim))