Course title
401247001
Physics(Electromagnetism)
Course description
Introductory lecture of classical electromagnetism.
Derivation of Maxwell Equation.
Brief review for birth of relativity and quantum theory.
Purpose of class
Various phenomena around us are caused by electromagnetic interaction. Mobile phone is an example of application of electromagnetic waves. This lecture plan to learn classical electromagnetism for first year students and aim to introduce to modern physics,
Goals and objectives
1. Learn the way of physical understanding.
2. Learn a quantitative description of the object
3. Learn a systematic deal with knowledge.
Language
Japanese
Class schedule

Class schedule HW assignments (Including preparation and review of the class.) Amount of Time Required
1. Point charge and Coulomb’s law. Chap. 17 of Ref. (1), Distributed materials.
Chap.1 and Chap.5 of (4).
60minutes
2. Electric Field and Gauss's Law Chap. 17 of Ref. (1), Distributed materials.
Chap.1 and Chap.5 of (4).
60minutes
3. Electric Potential Chap. 17 of Ref. (1), Distributed materials.
Chap.3 and Chap.4 of (4).
60minutes
4. Conductor and Static Electric Field Chap. 17 of Ref. (1), Distributed materials.
Chap.3 and Chap.4 of (4).
60minutes
5. Insulator and Static Electric Field Chap. 18 of Ref. (1), Distributed materials.
Chap.2 - Chap.4 of (4).
60minutes
6. Electric current and Circuit Chap. 19 of Ref. (1), Distributed materials.
Chap.2 - Chap.5 of (4).
60minutes
7. Electric Current and Magnetic Field Chap. 20 of Ref. (1), Distributed materials.
Chap.2 - Chap.5 of (4).
60minutes
8. Magnetic Field by Current Distribution Chap. 20 of Ref. (1), Distributed materials.
Chap.2 - Chap.5 of Ref.(4).
60minutes
9. Law of Electromagnetic Induction Chap. 21 of Ref. (1), Distributed materials.
Chap.2 - Chap.5 of Ref.(4).
60minutes
10. Self Inductance and Mutual Inductance Chap. 21 of Ref. (1), Distributed materials.
Chap.2 - Chap.5 of Ref.(4).
60minutes
11. Circuit for Alternating Current Chap. 21 of Ref. (1), Distributed materials.
Chap.2 - Chap.5 of Ref.(4).
60minutes
12. Maxwell’s Equation and Electromagnetic wave Chap. 22 of Ref. (1), Distributed materials.
Chap.2 - Chap.5 and Chap.7 of Ref.(4).
60minutes
13. Special Relativity Chap. 23 of Ref. (1), Distributed materials.
Chap.2 - Chap.5 and Chap.7 of Ref.(4).
60minutes
14. Classical Electromagnetism and Modern Physics, Quantum Theory Chap. 14 and chap. 24 of Ref. (1), Distributed materials.
Chap.2 - Chap.5 and Chap.7 of Ref.(4).
60minutes
Total. - - 840minutes
Relationship between 'Goals and Objectives' and 'Course Outcomes'

report term-end examination or report Total.
1. 20% 20% 40%
2. 15% 15% 30%
3. 15% 15% 30%
Total. 50% 50% -
Evaluation method and criteria
An interim report (50%) and a term-end examination or report (50%)
Result of exercises can be added up to 20% for the final evaluation.
The evaluation is based on the achievement of Goals and objectives (1) 40%, (2) 30%, (3) 30%.
Students must earn at least 60 marks out of 100.
Textbooks and reference materials
Ref. (1) Y. Hara, Butsurigaku-kiso (4th ed.), Gakujutsu Shuppan (reference book)
Ref. (2) T. Shimizu, Denjiki-gaku (Electromagnetism) 1 and 2, Asakura Shobou (reference book)
Ref. (3) K. Goto et. al., Shoukai Denjikigaku Enshuu, Kyouritsu Shuppan (reference book, exercise)
Ref. (4) O.Araki and T.Saito, Suugakuteki shuhou (Mathematical methods), Shoukabo (reference book).
Other references will be introduced in the lecture.
You can find those reference books in the library at first.
Prerequisites
It is advisable to study analysis and calculus including vector analysis.
Office hours and How to contact professors for questions
• Within 30 minutes after the lecture, in a classroom or a room for lecturers.
• Use support room.
• By e-mail.
Regionally-oriented
Non-regionally-oriented course
Development of social and professional independence
• Non-social and professional independence development course
Active-learning course
N/A
Course by professor with work experience
Work experience Work experience and relevance to the course content if applicable
N/A N/A
Education related SDGs:the Sustainable Development Goals