PHY 712 Electrodynamics

MWF 12-12:50 PM OPL 103

Instructor: Natalie Holzwarth Phone:758-5510Office:300 OPL

General Information

This course is a one semester survey of Electrodynamics at the graduate level, using the textbook: Classical Electrodynamics, 3rd edition, by John David Jackson (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1999) -- "JDJ". link to errata The more recent textbook: Modern Electrodynamics, by Andrew Zangwill (Cambridge University Press, 2013) will be used as a supplement.

It is likely that your grade for the course will depend upon the following factors:

Problem sets*






*The schedule notes the "due" date for each assignment. Homeworks may be turned in 1 lecture past their due date without grade penalty. After that, the homework grade will be reduced by 10% for each succeeding late date. According to the honor system, all work submitted for grading purposes should represent the student's own best efforts. This means that students who work together on homework assignments should all contribute roughly equally and independently verify all derivations and results.

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