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ECE 329: Fields and Waves I

 

Section Time Room Instructor Office Hours Office
D 11:00 AM Zoom Room Erhan Kudeki (erhan@illinois.edu) Mon, Thu 4 PM Gather Town Jamboard

 

TA: Yulun Wu (yulunwu3@illinois.edu) - Office Hours: Mon, 2:00-4:00 PM on Zoom1, Fri, 2:00-4:00 PM on Zoom2

 

TA: Victor Shangguan (xs27@illinois.edu) - Office Hours: Tue, 2:00-4:00 PM on Zoom1, Thurs, 2:00-4:00 PM on Zoom2

 

Lecture Notes (~Textbook): ECE 329 Lecture Notes on Fields & Waves - Erhan Kudeki, 2016

Course Outline: Specified in Course Calendar

Supplementary Text (not required): Fundamentals of Electromagnetics - N. N. Rao, 2009 Electromagnetics and Applications - D. H. Staelin, 2011

Homework: There will be two HW assignments each week with Tuesday and Friday due dates. HW's will be assigned on this web page below (and also in 329-on-Gradescope ) and the solutions will be posted below after the due date. Completed HW's should be returned to 329-on-Gradescope electronically by 11 PM on the due dates. Please watch this "how to submit" video before submitting your first HW into Gradescope as a pdf file and make sure to always match your pdf pages to HW question numbers as shown in the video.

Homework 1 soln Homework 2 soln Homework 3 soln Homework 4 soln Homework 5 soln Homework 6 soln Homework 7 soln Homework 8 soln Homework 9 soln Homework 10 soln

Exams: Three midsemester exams (in class) and the final exam are scheduled as follows:

Exam I: Thu, July 1, 2021 - Sum11 Exam 1 solnSum12 Exam 1 solnFall12 Exam 1 soln Sp13 Exam 1 soln Sum13 Exam 1 soln Fall13 Exam 1 soln *Suppl to Fall13 Exam 1 P6* Sp14 Exam 1 soln Sum14 Exam 1 soln Fall14 Exam 1 soln Sp15 Exam 1 soln Sum15 Exam 1 soln Fall15 Exam 1 soln Sp16 Exam 1 solnSum16 Exam 1 solnSum17 Exam 1 solnSum18 Exam 1 soln Sum19 Exam 1 solnSum21 Exam 1 solnSum21 Exam 1 soln
Exam II: Thu, July 15, 2021 - Sum11 Exam 2 solnSum12 Exam 2 solnFall12 Exam 2 soln Sp13 Exam 2 soln Sum13 Exam 2 soln Fall13 Exam 2 soln Sp14 Exam 2 soln Sum14 Exam 2 soln Fall14 Exam 2 soln Sp15 Exam 2 soln Sum15 Exam 2 soln Fall15 Exam 2 soln Sp16 Exam 2 solnSum16 Exam 2 solnSum17 Exam 2 solnSum18 Exam 2 soln Sum19 Exam 2 soln Sum20 Exam 2 solnSum21 Exam 2 soln
Exam III: Thu, July 29, 2021 - Sum11 Exam 3 solnSum12 Exam 3 solnFall12 Exam 3 soln Sp13 Exam 3 soln Sum13 Exam 3 soln Fall13 Exam 3 soln Sp14 Exam 3 soln Sum14 Exam 3 solnFall14 Exam 3 soln Sp15 Exam 3 soln Sum15 Exam 3 soln Fall15 Exam 3 soln Sp16 Exam 3 solnSum16 Exam 3 soln Sum17 Exam 3 solnSum18 Exam 3 soln Sum19 Exam 3 solnSum20 Exam 3 soln
Final Exam: Sat, Aug 7, 2021, 1 PM-3 PM - Sp11 Final soln Fall13 Final solnFall13 "Answers" Summer14 Final Summer14 Final solnSummer20 Final soln

 

This course uses the College of Engineering Computer-Based Testing Facility CBTF-Online for its exams. The policies of the CBTF are the policies of this course, and academic integrity infractions related to the CBTF are infractions in this course. If you have accommodations identified by the Disability Resources and Educational Services (DRES) for exams, please email your Letter of Accommodation (LOA) to Carleen Sacris, sacris1@illinois.edu, before you make your first exam reservation. If you have any issue during the test, please inform the proctor immediately. Work with the proctor to resolve the issue at the time before logging off.

Grading Policy:

Homework and Class Participation 15% of total
Midterm Exams (x3) 60% of total
Final Exam 25% of total

 

Mathematica usage: You will find in the Course Calendar a link to a Mathematica notebook for each class. These notebooks will not be utilized in this class but they can be a resource for answering Mathematica based questions that will be included occasionally as a part of the regular homework assignments. No prior experience with Mathematica is required as all Mathematica based questions will be related to extending demos in Mathematica introduced to you in class and as a part of HW. Watching the following videos prior to starting your first Mathematica assignment will be useful: Notebooks Methods to Get Started Basic Calculations Basic Graphics Making Interactive Models

All engineering students have free access to Mathematica via Citrix remote server. In preparation to class download and install the Citrix Receiver software to your mobile device (laptop or tablet) from Citrix Download or Citrix Download for Linux.

 

Supplementary Course Material: Summer 2012 Audio Lectures by E Kudeki Summer 2015 Video Lectures by E Kudeki Spring 2015 Lecture Notes by L Goddard Spring 2016 Lecture Notes by A Fliflet review of vector calculus list of vector identities TEM wave propagation movies time-domain TL waves AARL Smith Chart Supp Smith Chart Smith Chart Examples Smith Chart Annotated Smith Chart Tool Impedance Matching Summer 2016 Video Lectures by E Kudeki - Mathematica Section MMA Notebook Solutions