Week/TA 
Monday Lecture 
Wednesday Lecture 
Friday Lecture

Jan 4
TA: N/A
No PS/OH this week!


1.
Introduction to Course
LN 1.1: Course Material (5)
LN 1.2: Notation (1)
Basic Electrostatics I:
LN 2.2: Assumptions (1)
LN 2.3: Coulomb's Law, Electric
Field, Dirac Delta Function
(7+1)
LN 2.4: Gauss's Law (8+2)
(22+3)

Reading: G 2.12.2.3 

2.
Basic Electrostatics II:
LN 2.4: Dirac Delta
Function Redux (2)
LN 2.5: Curl E = 0 (3+1)
LN 2.6: Techniques (1)
LN 2.7: Boundary Conditions (7)
LN 2.8: Electric Potential (4+1)
(17+2) 
Reading: G 2.2.24, 2.3.12, 2.3.45


3.
Basic Electrostatics III:
LN 2.8: Electric Potential (3+1)
LN 2.9: Electric Potential Energy (7)
LN 2.10: Conductors (10)
LN 2.10: Capacitance (9)

Reading: G 2.3.5, 2.4, 2.5.14 (J 1.11)



4.
Basic Electrostatics
III:
LN 2.10: Capacitance (17+2)
Advanced
Electrostatics I:
LN 3.1: Laplace's
Equation (6)

Reading: G 2.5.4 (J 1.11)
Reading: G 3.1.13.1.4 (J 1.7)


5.
Advanced
Electrostatics II:
LN
3.2: Uniqueness Theorem (5)
LN 3.3: Method of Images
(10+1)
LN 3.5: Separation
of Variables (3+1)

Reading: G 3.1.53.1.6 (J 1.81.9)
Reading: G 3.2 (J 2.12.4, 2.8) 

6.
Advanced
Electrostatics III:
LN
3.5: Separation of Variables
in Cartesian Coordinates (11+1)
LN
3.8: Separation of
Variables in Spherical
Coordinates: General
Theory (5+1)
LN
3.8: Separation
of Variables in
Spherical Coordinates w/Azimuthal Symmetry (3)

Reading: G 3.3.1 (J 2.9)
Reading: G 3.3.2 (J 3.13.3)


Jan 18
TA: Yanlong
PS is Tuesday night due to Monday holiday


MLK Holiday, no lecture

7.
Advanced Electrostatics
IV:
LN
3.8: Separation
of Variables in Spherical
Coordinates
w/Azimuthal Symmetry (cont.)
(18+2)

Reading: G 3.3.2 (J 3.13.3)


8.
Advanced
Electrostatics
V:
LN
3.10: Multipole
Expansion (14+1)

Reading: G 3.4 (J 4.1)
Reading: G 4.1.3 (J 4.2)



9.
Electric Fields in Matter I:
LN
4.1: Polarizability,
Bound Charges,
and Potential
of Polarizable
Matter (7)
LN 4.2: Displacement
Field,
Boundary
Conditions
(3+2)
LN
4.3: Linear
Dielectrics
(4+7)
LN
4.4: Boundary
Value Problems
with
Dielectrics
(8)

Reading: G 4.14.4.2 (J 4.34.4)


10.
Electric
Fields in Matter III:
LN
4.5: Electrostatic
Energies and
Forces on
Dielectrics
(14+3)
Magnetostatics
I:
LN
5.2: Lorentz
Force, Currents (7)

Reading: G 4.4.34.4.4 (J 4.7)
Reading: G 5.1 (J 5.1)


11.
Magnetostatics
II:
LN 5.3:
Continuity Equation (2)
LN
5.4: Fields,
and Forces (5+1)
LN 5.5: Curl and Divergence of
Magnetic Field, Ampere's Law
(4+1)
LN
5.6: Potentials
(11+1)

Reading: G 5.15.4.1 (J 5.25.5)


Feb 1
TA: Sophie
PS/OH this week will focus on
20182020 exams and solutions (see Canvas).


12.
Magnetostatics III:
LN
5.6:
Potentials
(cont.) (1+2)
LN
5.7: Boundary Conditions (5+1; skip
BC on vector potential)
LN 5.8: Magnetic Multipole
Expansion (13+5)

Reading: G 5.4.23 (J 5.45.7)


13.
Magnetic
Fields in Matter I:
LN 6.1: Paramagnetism and
Diamagnetism (1)
LN 6.2: Potentials and
Fields of Magnetized
Materials (5+4)
LN 6.3: Auxiliary
Field and Permeability (9+4)

Reading: G
6.16.4.1 (J 5.8) 

14.
Magnetic
Fields in
Matter II:
LN
6.3: Auxiliary
Field and
Permeability
(cont.) (11)
LN
6.4: Boundary
Value Problems
in Magnetic
Matter (10+1)

Reading: G 6.4 (J 5.85.9, 5.11)



15.
Electrodynamics
I:
LN
7.1: Currents
and Ohm's Law
(7)
LN
7.2: Electromotive
Forces (16)

Reading: G 7.1 (J 5.15)


16.
Electrodynamics
II:
LN 7.3:
Electromagnetic Induction, Faraday's
Law (17)
LN 7.4: Inductance
(3)

Reading: G 7.2.13 (J 5.15, 5.17)


17.
Electrodynamics
III:
LN 7.4: Inductance
(cont.) (2)
LN 7.5:
Magnetic
Energy,
Magnetic
Matter, and
Magnetic
Forces (14+2)

Reading: G 7.2.3 (J 5.17)
Reading: G 7.2.4 (J 5.165.17) 


Presidents' Day Holiday, no
lecture

18.
Electrodynamics
IV:
LN 7.5:
Magnetic
Energy,
Magnetic
Matter, and
Magnetic
Forces (cont.)
(3)
LN 7.6: Maxwell's Equations
(14)

Reading: G 7.2.4 (J 5.165.17)
Reading: G 7.3.17.3.3 (J 6.1)


19.
Conservation
Laws:
LN 8.18.2: Conservation
of Charge, Energy (11)
EM
Waves I:
LN
9.2: Electromagnetic
Waves in Vacuum (12+2)

Reading: G 8.1 (J 6.7)
Reading: G 9.19.2 (J 7.1)



20.
EM Waves II:
LN
9.2:
Electromagnetic
Waves in
Vacuum (cont.)
(3)
LN
9.3:
EM Waves in
Nonconducting
Matter, Reflection
and Refraction
(19+3)

Reading: (J 7.2)
Reading: G 9.3 (J 7.3)


21.
EM
Waves III:
LN
9.3:
EM Waves in
Nonconducting
Matter, Reflection
and Refraction
(5+7)
LN
9.4: EM Waves
in Conductors
(15+1)

Reading: G 9.3 (J 7.3)
Reading: G 9.4.12 (J 8.1)


22.
EM Waves
IV:
Overview of Transmission Lines and
Waveguides
(optional: LN 9.6)
Potentials Revisited:
LN 10.1.14: Potential
Formulation (8)
LN 10.2: Retarded Potentials
and Field (9+12)

Reading: none required; optional: G 9.5 (J
8.18.5)
Reading: G 10.110.2 (J 6.26.3, 6.5, HM
8.18.2)



23.
Relativity
and
Electrodynamics
I:
LN
11.2:
Fundamentals
of Special
Relativity
(22+13)

Reading: G 12.12


