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## Electromagnetism

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**Electromagnetism**BSCS-III/BSCS-II Instructor: M. Mateen Yaqoob**Outline**• Course Information • Course Outline**Instructor Information (1/2)**Muhammad Mateen Yaqoob Education: MS Electrical Engineering (COMSATS Islamabad) Bachelors in Telecommunication Engineering (Foundation University, Islamabad) Research Interests: Wireless Communication and Networks**Instructor Information (2/2)**• Contact: mateenyaqoob@gmail.com • Visiting Timings: Thursday (1030am-1pm) and Friday (1030am-12pm)**Student’s Introduction**• Name • Introduction • CGPA • Area of Interests**Course Information**• Course Lectures + Lab Work • Reference Book: Principles of Electric Circuits by Thomas L. Floyd (7th Edition)**Course Outline (1/2)**• Review of Vectors • Electric Charge: • Coulomb’s Law • Electric field and intensity • Electric potential • Capacitors and charge storage concepts • Magnetism: • Magnetic fields • Faraday’s and Lenz’s Laws • Ampere’s law and its applications • Inductance • Definitions of the values of AC signals (Average and RMS Values)**Course Outline (2/2)**• Electric and Magnetic circuits: • Electric current and resistance • Ohm’s Law • Simple resistive circuits (series and parallel) • Kirchhoff laws • Network theorems (DC analysis) • RC and RL circuits • Fundamentals of Semiconductor physics: • Band theory • Semiconductors (intrinsic and extrinsic) • PN junction**Course Grading**• Mid-Term Exam = 30 Marks • Sessional = 30 Marks • Assignments = 10 Marks = Around 4-5 assignments • Quizzes = 10 Marks • Project/Presentation = 10 Marks • Final-Term Exam = 40 Marks