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E C E 742: Computational Methods in Electromagnetics

  • Catalog Description:
    Computational techniques for solving differential and integral equations that govern static, frequency-domain, and time-domain electromagnetic field phenomena. Applications of the finite-difference time-domain method, finite-element method, and method of moments to practical electromagnetics engineering problems.
  • Credits: 3
  • Prerequisites: ECE 420 or equiv & fluency in a high-level programming lang; Comp Sci 412 or equiv recommended
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