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Electromagnetism for EEE

When you'll study it
Semester 1
CATS points
ECTS points
Level 5
Module lead
Thomas Andritsch

Module overview

This module introduces and develops the knowledge in fundamental electromagnetics for second year Electrical and Electronic Engineering students. The course presents the basic concepts of electromagnetic theory from a physical and application point of view. The vector algebra used in electromagnetic theory is introduced in the electromagnetic field context. The course uses numerical methods to solve and visualise electromagnetic fields for simple problems so that students gain a better understanding of the electromagnetic field theory which is core of any electrical and electronic engineering degree.

The students should have covered in their first year Mathematics for Electronic and Electrical Engineering (MATH1055) and Electric Materials and Fields course (ELEC1206). Although these two courses are not pre-requisites, students will cope better with the material of this course if MATH1055 and ELEC1206 were already covered in their first year.

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