This page has links to the supplemenary notes — my own notes, or interesting web pages on the Internet — for my Electromagnetic Theory (I) class (387 K, Spring 2022, unique 56080).

- Math of electric multipole expansion.
- Highlights of magnetostatics.
- Polarization, Magnetization, and related issues.
- Faraday's Induction Law; see also longer, undergraduate-level notes on the subject.
- Dynamics of a charged particle and gauge transforms of wavefunctions.
- Magnetic energy.
- Eddy currents:
- Maxwell equations and how to solve them.
- Energy, momentum, and stress tensor of the electromagnetic fields.
- Electric-magnetric duality and Dirac's magnetic monopoles.
- Refraction and reflection of the electromagnetic waves.
- EM wave absorption in water (Wikipedia article).
- Gaussian wave packets.
- Dispersion.
- Symmetries of mechanics and electromagnetism.
- Waveguides.
- Microwave cavity resonators (Wikipedia article).
- Optical fibers (Wikipedia article).
- Radiation by compact antennas.
- Antenna basics (Wikipedia article).
- Radiation by a linear antenna.
- Partial wave analysis (for the scalar waves).
- Aharonov–Bohm effect SQUIDs.

- Michelson–Morley experiment (Wikipedia page).
- Spacetime geometry.
- Manifestly relativistic electrodynamics.
- Relativistic energy and momentum.
- Radiation by the accelerating charge.

Last Modified: April 29, 2022. Vadim Kaplunovsky

vadim@physics.utexas.edu