This is the home page of Computational Electromagnetics 833, Dept. of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Univ. Stellenbosch, South Africa.This course is being taught by Prof D B Davidson and Prof MM Botha this term.

Lectures are given every week during the first term.

Venue: usually E207 , E&E Engineering, University of Stellenbosch.

- Minor corrections on lecture 6
notes posted.

- Fourth task posted 20 March.
- Notes for 5th and 6th classes
(FEM) posted 19 March.

- Notes
for third class posted 20 Feb.

- Second task posted 14 Feb.
- Notes for second class posted 13 Feb.
- First task posted 10 Feb.
- Notes for first class posted 06 Feb.
- Site first posted 06 Feb 2012.

The
aim of this well-established post-graduate course is to teach
the basics of computaitonal
electromagnetics for RF and microwave engineers. The content
varies from year to year. A detailed
course
planner is available.

None at
present.

- Lecture 1 (7 Feb 2012): A brief overview of CEM
and an introduction to the MoM.
Lecture notes for
MoM part
1 and part
2 are available. Click here for the first
task.
- Lecture 2 (14 Feb 2012): The solution of TM scattering from a cylinder using the MoM. Lecture notes available here. Click here for the second task.
- Lecture 3 (21 Feb
2012). Weighted residual formulations (notes);
the RWG element and the solution of the EFIE MPIE using the
MoM (notes). Click here
for the third
task.

- 29 Feb: Lecture by Prof Rajsanow
- Lecture 4 (6 Mar 2012): More on RWG and EFIE MPIE.
- Lecture 5 (13 Mar
2012): 1D FEM intro. Notes.

- Lecture
6 (20 Mar 2012): More on FEM in 1D. Notes, with
corrections. Click here for the fourth
task.

D.B.
Davidson,
Computational
Electromagnetics
for RF and Microwave Engineering, 2nd edition, Cambridge
University Press, 2011.