Lectures:
Mondays and Thursdays 10:20 - 11:40 am via Zoom. To join go
to https://zoom.us/j/503373284

Last lecture is on Monday, May 4.

To benefit most from the lectures, it's best to read the text ahead of lecture. Then, you can ask questions that wouldn't otherwise come up. Don't hesitate to ask questions during and after lectures. Outside of lectures you can always reach me by e-mail.

Last lecture is on Monday, May 4.

To benefit most from the lectures, it's best to read the text ahead of lecture. Then, you can ask questions that wouldn't otherwise come up. Don't hesitate to ask questions during and after lectures. Outside of lectures you can always reach me by e-mail.

Below are the videos of Zoom lectures (zip files) and the slides (what I was writing on the whiteboard during the lecture).

Main (required)
text: Andrew Zangwill "Modern Electrodynamics" 1st
Edition, Cambridge University Press, 2013; ISBN
978-0-521-89697-9

On occasion you might also find this list of Zangwill's typos useful

Other recommended texts:*J. D. Jackson* *"Classical Electrodynamics"* is
a standard graduate textbook that has been used for decades.
You can find an elegant treatment of many topics in *L.
D. Landau and E. M. Lifshitz "The classical theory of
fields"* (Course of theoretical physics, Volume 2) and*
**"Electrodynamics of Continuous Media"* (Course of
Theoretical Physics, Vol. 8). Finally, *"Introduction to
Electrodynamics" by D. J. Griffiths *is an excellent
resource for refreshing your knowledge of undergraduate E
& M and for a simpler, more intuitive prospective on
many topics.

Exams & Grades: We'll have homework & final. Both contribute equally (50%) to the grade. You can see your grades in Online Gradebook

Homework: e-mail you homework as a single pdf file by midnight of the due day to Dr. Grace Montalvo at grace at physics dot rutgers dot edu

The link to the homework solutions will work after the homework is graded.

__Homework 1:__
Zangwill 10.7, 10.15, 10.22, solutions

__Homework 2:__ Zangwill 11.1, 11.6,
11.7, 11.11, solutions

__Homework 3:__
Zangwill
12.10, 12.14, 12.16, 12.21, solutions

__Homework 4:__
Zangwill 13.2, 13.12, 13.18, 13.22,
solutions, Due Monday, March 23

__Homework 5:__
Zangwill 14.4, 14.9, 14.12, solutions, Due Monday, March 30

__Homework 6:__
Zangwill 15.2, 15.7, 15.9, 15.23,
solutions, Due
Monday, April 6

__Homework 7:__
Zangwill 16.2, 16.3, 16.14, 16.19,
solutions

__Homework 8:__
Zangwill 17.2, 17.9, 17.11, solutions

__Homework 9:__
Zangwill 22.8, 22.14, 24.4, 24.8,
solutions

Students with Disabilities

On occasion you might also find this list of Zangwill's typos useful

Other recommended texts:

Exams & Grades: We'll have homework & final. Both contribute equally (50%) to the grade. You can see your grades in Online Gradebook

Homework: e-mail you homework as a single pdf file by midnight of the due day to Dr. Grace Montalvo at grace at physics dot rutgers dot edu

The link to the homework solutions will work after the homework is graded.

Students with Disabilities

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