Electromagnetism 2
TeachersTANAMOTO TetsufumiStaffInfo
Grade, SemesterYear 2 2nd semest [Department of Information and Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering]
CategoryBasic Major Subjects
Elective, CreditsElective Requisites 2credit
 Syllabus Number3E212

Course Description

Students will learn both electric and magnetic fields from the basics. Electromagnetic fields exist in our daily life, including smartphones. Students will learn how to calculate many quantities regarding the electric field and the magnetic field. This subject is related to DP4E.

Course Objectives

Students will be able to calculate various physical quantities of electromagnetism necessary for other engineering courses.

Grading Policy

Evaluation will be based on small tests and reports (50%) and results of final exams (50%).

Textbook and Reference

Hashimoto JunichiroKodansha scientific Inc.
References単位が取れる電磁気学演習帳Hashimoto JunichiroKodansha scientific Inc.


Please always prepare and review for the class by using textbook (about 1.5 hour each).
The contents of the class are in accordance with the chapters and contents of the textbook.


Knowledge of differentiation and integration calculus is necessary for learning electromagnetics, so please attend classes of relevant math classes as much as possible.


1Dielectrics (1)
2Dielectrics (2)
3Stationary current and magnetic field (1)
4Stationary current and magnetic field (2)
5Stationary current and magnetic field (3)
6Lorentz force (1)
7Lorentz force (2)
8Lorentz force (3)
9Dynamical electromagnetic field - displacement current and electromagnetic induction (1)
10Dynamical electromagnetic field - displacement current and electromagnetic induction (2)
11Dynamical electromagnetic field - displacement current and electromagnetic induction (3)
12Maxwell's equations and electromagnetic waves (1)
13Maxwell's equations and electromagnetic waves (2)
14Maxwell's equations and electromagnetic waves (3)
15Summary and test
The above schedule may adjust slightly depending on progress.