Lecturer: Maurizio Bozzi
Course name: Computational electromagnetics
Course code: 505150
Degree course: Electronic Engineering
Disciplinary field of science: ING-INF/02
University credits: CFU 6
The course aims to illustrate the most common numerical techniques adopted for the electromagnetic modeling of microwave and millimeter-wave circuits and antennas. At the end of this course, the student will be able to select the most appropriate numerical technique to solve a specific electromagnetic problem, and to implement computer programs to solve simple problems. Moreover, the student will be able to use some of the most popular commercial electromagnetic programs and to critically evaluate the numerical results.
Basic knowledge of electromagnetic field theory, microwaves, and mathematical methods.
Lectures (hours/year in lecture theatre): 36
Practical class (hours/year in lecture theatre): 18
M. N. O. Sadiku. Numerical Techniques in Electromagnetics. CRC press, 2000.
R. F. Harrington. Field Computation by Moment Methods. IEEE Press, 1993. (reference reading).
Jianming Jin. The finite element method in electromagnetics. J.Wiley & Sons, 1993. (reference reading).
R. Mittra and S.W. Lee. Analytical Techniques in the Theory of Guided Waves. The Macmillan Company, 1971. (reference reading).
Notes from the course instructor.
There will be an oral exam with the discussion of a project developed during the course.
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