Constantine Balanis, Arizona State University
This series covers topics that include advanced and state-of-the-art methods for modeling complex and practical electromagnetic boundary value problems. Each lecture develops, in a unified manner, the method based on Maxwell's equations along with the boundary conditions and other auxiliary relations, extends underlying concepts needed for sequential material, and progresses to more advanced techniques and modeling. Computer software, when appropriate and available, is included for computation, visualization and design. The authors selected to write the lectures are leading experts on the subject that have extensive background in the theory, numerical techniques, modeling, computations and software development.
AUDIENCE: engineers, scientists, technologists and engineering managers in the fields of wireless communication, radiation, propagation, communication, navigation, radar, RF systems, remote sensing, and biotechnology