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PHYS630: Advanced Theory Of Electricity And Magnetism (PAST/FUTURE SEMESTER)

Offering:
Fall, Spring cr 3.00


Prerequisites:
Prerequisite: PHYS 530, PHYS 600 or equivalent.
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Description:
This is a core course in electromagnetism intended for all Physics graduate students at Purdue. The material covered is at a somewhat more advanced level than the typical undergraduate course on the subject. Topics will range from electrostatics to wave propagation. Although a certain knowledge of mathematical methods for Physics (like for instance the material covered in PHYS-600 and PHYS-601 at Purdue) would be very useful, the course is mostly self-contained.


Instructor(s):
BISWAS, RUDRO


Email:
rrbiswas@purdue.edu


Textbook(s) for Spring 2022

Title Author Edition ISBN Publisher Req/Opt Notes
Classical Electrodynamics John D. Jackson 3rd 978-0471309321 Wiley Required

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