Electromagnetism II
Electrodynamics is one of the three fundamental areas of Classical Physics (the other
two being the Classical Mechanics and the Classical Statistical Physics with Thermodynamics). It is
fundamental to engineering, technology and many areas of physics research such as the design of particle
accelerators, controled thermonuclear fusion, etc. It may be of inerest to students of Mathematics who want to
explore the applications of Vector Calculus.
Korean tokamak KSTAR (from Iter Mag)
Schedule and Important Dates
 Lectures: Monday and Friday from 12:30 to 2:00 in WH208  beginning Monday Jan. 7
 Weekly assignments (8 assignments, worth 35% of the final grade) will be given out on: Jan. 7, Jan. 14,
Jan. 28, Feb. 4, Feb. 25, March 4, March 18, March 25.
 Class tests (3 tests worth 30% of the final grade) will take place in class on: Jan. 25, Feb. 15,
March 15. (Note: No assignment is given out during the week of the class test.)
 Final exam (worth 35% of the final grade, with the minimum grade of 50% required to pass the course):
TBA.
 Friday, March 8, 2019, is the last date to withdraw from a Winter D3 course (without academic penalty/no grade).
