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Section  Time  Room  Instructor  Office  HW Box  Mathematica Section? 
B  11:00 AM  2017 ECEB  Lara Waldrop (lwaldrop@illinois.edu)  5052 ECEB  Box 29  NO 
X  12:00 PM  2017 ECEB  Minjoo Lee (mllee@illinois.edu)  2258 MNTL  Box 30  NO 
E  1:00 PM  2017 ECEB  Lynford Goddard (lgoddard@illinois.edu)  2254 MNTL  Box 31  NO 
F  2:00 PM  2017 ECEB  Raluca Ilie (rilie@illinois.edu)  5054 ECEB  Box 32  YES 
TAs:
Weili Chen (Head TA, wchen71@illinois.edu)
Yanan Liu (yliu258@illinois.edu)
Zuguang Gao (zgao19@illinois.edu)
Mathematica TA:
Pablo Reyes (pmreyes2@illinois.edu)
Office Hours: Instructors and TAs have scheduled office hours listed in the table below, and are also available by appointment. You can attend any of the office hours regardless of the section that you are registered for. Office Hours are held in 3036 ECEB unless otherwise noted in the table.

Monday 
Tuesday 
Wednesday 
Thursday 
Friday 
910  Zuguang Gao 


1011  Weili Chen  Weili Chen  Pablo Reyes
Mathematica 5034 ECEB 
Lynford Goddard
2254 MNTL 

1112 
Yanan Liu 
Pablo Reyes
Mathematica 5034 ECEB 

34  Yanan Liu  Lara Waldrop
5052 ECEB 
Raluca Ilie
5054 ECEB 
Zuguang Gao  
45  Larry Lee
2258 MNTL 

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Tutorial Session 2017 ECEB 

Lectures: Each instructor's lectures will be slightly different, but should cover the same basic material. The lecture notes that are posted below (on the course calendar) give an excellent overview of the material to be covered in that day's lecture. We encourage you to attend the lecture you are enrolled in. If you discover a lecture better suited for your schedule or the way you learn, we strongly encourage you to switch into that lecture, if possible.
The Mathematica Section: This semester one of the ECE 329 sections will be taught using a Mathematica based approach introduced in Fall 2015 by Prof. D. Wasserman and further developed in Summer 2016 by Prof. E. Kudeki. This special section is explicitly marked in the above table. Students in Mathematica section will be required to submit weekly Mathematica homeworks that will count for 15% of the final grade (whereas the same 15% will come from three hour exams for students in nonMathematica sections  see the section on Grading Policy below).
Students should be aware of this difference between the Mathematica and nonMathematica sections and enroll in a section that reflects their preferences regarding the additional Mathematica assignments.
The weekly Mathematica assignments will be posted on the Course Calendar as links to a collection of Mathematica notebooks. The notebooks from the calendar will be partially evaluated during class in the Mathematica sections and are to be completed after class and submitted via Compass2g on the following Fridays at 1:00 p.m. No prior experience with Mathematica will be required from students chosing to take the Mathematica based sections. The focus will be on using basic Mathematica techniques for understanding/illustrating E&M, as opposed to using E&M to teach Mathematica. If you are new to Mathematica watch the following videos prior to starting your first Mathematica assignment: Notebooks Methods to Get Started Basic Calculations Basic Graphics Making Interactive Models
All engineering students have free access to Mathematica via Citrix remote server. In preparation to class the students taking the Mathematica sections should download and install the Citrix Receiver software on their mobile devices (laptop or tablet) from Citrix Download or Citrix Download for Linux and bring the device to class on days with Mathematica exercises as indicated by the Course Calendar. The TA Pablo Reyes (pmreyes2@illinois.edu) will be helping you with your Mathematica problems during his office hours and using the ECE329 piazza page. To enroll to ECE329 piazza use the following link : Enroll in piazza.
i>Clickers: All sections will use i>Clickers for recording class participation and for checking student understanding. Details for registering your i>Clicker are posted here. We will practice them during lecture 3 and begin recording attendance with lecture 4.
Lecture Notes (~Textbook): "ECE 329 Lecture Notes on Fields & Waves", by Erhan Kudeki, 2016. Download here
Lecture Notes (~Text Slides): "ECE 329 Lecture Slides", by Lynford Goddard, 2017. Download here
Lecture Notes (~Notes): "ECE 329 Lecture Notes", by Larry Lee, 2017. Download here
Course Outline: Specified in Course Calendar
Supplementary Text (not required): "Electromagnetics and Applications", by David H. Staelin, 2011. Download here
Supplementary Course Material: Summer 2012 Audio Lectures by E Kudeki Summer 2015 Video Lectures by E Kudeki Spring 2016 Lecture Notes by A Fliflet review of vector calculus list of vector identities TEM wave propagation movies timedomain TL waves AARL Smith Chart Supp Smith Chart Smith Chart Examples Smith Chart Annotated Smith Chart Tool Smith Chart Basics Impedance Matching Summer 2016 Video Lectures by E Kudeki  Mathematica Section
Tutorial Sessions: Tutorial 1 Tutorial 1 Solutions Tutorial 2 Tutorial 2 Solutions Tutorial 3 Tutorial 3 Solutions Tutorial 4 Tutorial 4 Solutions Tutorial 5 Tutorial 5 Solutions Tutorial 6 Tutorial 6 Solutions Tutorial 7 Tutorial 7 Solutions Tutorial 8 Tutorial 9 Tutorial 10
Homework: Will be assigned online on this web page and collected on Tuesdays  completed assignments should be dropped in the ECE 329 HW DropBox located on the 3rd floor of ECEB across the Undergrad Lounge by Tuesdays 4 PM . No late homework will be accepted (except when special permission is granted by your instructor before the due date). Questions about the HW can be posted to piazza. A TA will answer them within 12 hours. Enroll in piazza
Exams: Three midsemester exams (outside of class) and the final exam are scheduled as follows:
Grading Policy:
For regular sections:Homework and Class Participation  15% of total 
Midterm Exams (x3)  60% of total 
Final Exam  25% of total 
For Mathematica sections:
Homework and Class Participation  15% of total 
Mathematica Homeworks  15% of total 
Midterm Exams (x3)  45% of total 
Final Exam  25% of total 