PHYS516  ELECTROMAGNETIC PHENOMEN
Survey of electrodynamics, focusing on applications to research done in the Department. Topics include mathematical structure and relativistic invariance properties of Maxwell equations, tensor methods, and the generation and scattering of radiation, in vacuum and in materials. Applications vary from year to year but include optical manipulation, astrophysical phenomena, and the generalizations from Maxwell's theory to those of other fundamental interactions (strong, electroweak, and gravitational forces).
Section 001  LEC
MWF 1000AM1100AM
OVRUT, BURT
DAVID RITTENHOUSE LAB A7
Events

High Energy Seminar: "Recent Developments in 3D Dualities"
October 24, 2016  2:00 pm
Jeff Murugan (University of Cape Town)
David Rittenhouse Laboratory, 2N36

MathBio seminar: "Quantitative methods for comparing T cell repertoires"
October 24, 2016  4:00 pm
Philip Johnson, Univesity of Maryland
Carolyn Lynch Laboratory, 318

Astro Seminar: (TBA)
October 26, 2016  2:00 pm
Helena DominguezSanchez (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
David Rittenhouse Laboratory, A4