Consultations 
Tuesday, 11:0012:00 
Gained competencies 
 Developing analytical and quantitative approach
 Developing an abstract visualization of natural phenomena
 Identify the problem, engage in problem solving and logical link key facts and elements
 Teamwork
 Developing accountability and ethics

Content (Course curriculum) 
 Electrostatics
 Coulomb’s law
 of the electric field
 on the principle of linear superposition
 of Gauss’ law
 of the scalar potential – Poisson equation
 Work on the charge in an electrostatic field
 Magnetostatic
 magnetic induction and BiotSavart law
 the vector potential calibration freedom
 Multipole on development
 the magnetic moment
 force and torque on the localized currents in a given magnetic field
 Electrodynamics in a vacuum
 charge motion in default electromagnetic fields
 motion in a constant homogeneous fields
 motion in periodic fields
 electromagnetic field of the charge and current whose motion default
 Maxwell’s equations in vacuum
 the continuity equation
 Maxwell’s equations away from the current and charge – electromagnetic waves, polarization
 energy and momentum of electromagnetic fields
 electromagnetic potentials, their significance and gradient invariance
 retarded and advanced solutions
 LienardWichert potentials
 the effects of radiation
 Larmors formula for dipole radiation braking force on radiation and radiation damping

Recommended reading 
 D. Jackson: Classical Electrodynamics, 3rd edition, John Wiley, New York, 1998.
 I. Supek: Teorijska fizika I struktura materije, Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 1977.

Additional reading 
 O. Barut: Electrodynamics and Classical Theory of Fields and Particles, MacMillan, New York, 1964.
 F. Rorlich: Classical charged particles. AddisonWisley, Reading, Massachusetts, 1965.

Instructional methods 
Lectures on the theory and the problemsolving exercises and seminars 
Exam formats 
The exam is in writing and oral form 
Language 
Croatian/English 
Quality control and successfulness follow up 
Student’s survey and statistical analysis of exam results 