The course presents the basic electromagnetics which is the scientific foundation that modern electronics engineering and in particular wireless technologies are based upon. The student should be able to analyse basic electrical and magnetic phenomena based on Maxwell’s equations and bridge the gap from fundamental physics to electronics engineering design.
Bachelor of Science degree (or equivalent) in an engineering subject. Courses in electrical engineering of at least 90 credits, including thesis. Courses in mathematics of at least 30 credits or including calculus, linear algebra and transform methods.
Available for exchange students. Limited numbers of seats.
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Teaching is in English.