Accurately predicting the behaviour of electromagnetic systems is a key element in developing novel applications. Computational electromagnetics is an interesting domain bridging theory and experiment. This course is for people who are interested in deepening their knowledge about modelling electromagnetic systems and who wanted to build a strong foundation in the underlying physics. In this course, in addition to important modelling techniques widely used for electromagnetic applications, we will also introduce algebraic topology based modelling method which is not widely known to engineering community.

The course is targeted at students and researchers from science, engineering and applied mathematics background who wanted to understand the dynamics of electromagnetic systems. People working in R&D in industries will also benefit from this course. We also use simulations to explain some of the underlying physics and mathematics.

Lecture 19: Galerkin Method Integral Equation, Integral Equation to Matrix Form
Lecture 20: Pocklington Integral
Lecture 21: Hallen Integral Convergence Comparison
Lecture 22: Antenna Example

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