The depth and breadth of electromagnetism, the foundation for many fields including materials science, electrical engineering, and physical chemistry, requires a long, steep, and steady learning curve. This course aims to bridge the gap between the fundamental principles taught in electromagnetism and its practical application to specific fields such as materials, physics, and chemistry related to energy storage and harvesting.
This course is part of the Electrodynamics Specialization
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Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Introduction and Basics of Electrostatics
Introduction to Differential Calculus of Vector Fields
Introduction to Vector Integral Calculus
Introduction to Electrostatic Solutions
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TOP REVIEWS FROM ELECTRODYNAMICS: AN INTRODUCTION
This was really a great course. The Course is really helpful for one who really want to understand Electrodynamics on Macroscopic and Microscopic level.
It was my immense pleasure to be part of this insightful course. I found it quite profound. Thank you so much. Keep up the good job!
This course builds a solid base to study electrodynamics further. The course closely follows Feynman lectures.
i really loved how they explained the topic in detail and having example figures was a plus point! I enjoyed it!
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