Ueli Koch: Catalogue data in Autumn Semester 2020
|Name||Dr. Ueli Koch|
Inst. f. Elektromagnetische Felder
ETH Zürich, ETZ K 90
|Telephone||+41 44 632 52 01|
|Department||Information Technology and Electrical Engineering|
|227-0110-00L||Advanced Electromagnetic Waves||6 credits||2V + 2U||P. Leuchtmann, U. Koch|
|Abstract||This course provides advanced knowledge of electromagnetic waves in linear materials including negative index and other non classical materials.|
|Objective||The behavior of electromagnetic waves both in free space and in selected environments including stratified media, material interfaces and waveguides is understood. Material models in the time harmonic regime including negative index and plasmonic materials are clarified.|
|Content||Description of generic time harmonic electromagnetic fields; the role of the material in Maxwell's equations; energy transport and power loss mechanism; EM-waves in homogeneous space: ordinary and evanescent plane waves, cylindrical and spherical waves, "complex origin"-waves and beams; Scattering at coated surfaces; EM-waves in stratified media; generic guiding mechanism for EM waves; classical wave guides, dielectric wave guides.|
|Lecture notes||A script including animated wave representations as well as the view graphs are provided in electronic form.|
|Literature||See literature list in the script.|
|Prerequisites / Notice||The lecture is taught in German while both the script and the view graphs are in English.|
|227-1101-00L||How to Write Scientific Texts|
Strongly recommended prerequisite for Semester Projects and Master Theses at D-ITET (MSc BME, MSc EEIT, MSc EST).
|0 credits||U. Koch|
|Abstract||The 4 hour lecture covers the basics of writing & presenting a scientific text. The focus will be on the structure and elements of a scientific text and not on the language. Citation rules, good practice of scientific writing and an overview on software tools will be part of the training.|
The lecture will be thought on two afternoons. Some exercises will be built into the lecture.
|Objective||Knowledge on structure and content of a scientific text. The course further is arranged to stimulate a discussion on how to properly write a legible scientific text versus writing an interesting novel. We will further discuss the practice of properly citing and critically reflect on recent plagiarism allegations.|
|Content||* Topic 1: Structure of a Scientific Text (The Title, the author list, the abstract, State-of-the Art, the "in this paper" paragraph, the scientific part, the summary, Equations, Figures).|
* Topic 2: Power Point Presentations.
* Topic 3: Citation Rules and Citation Software.
* Topic 4: Guidelines for Research Integrity.
|Literature||ETH "Citation Etiquette", see www.plagiate.ethz.ch.|
ETH Guidlines on "Guidelines for Research Integrity", see www.ee.ethz.ch > Education > > Contacts, links & documents > Forms and documents > Brochures / guides.
|Prerequisites / Notice||Students should already have a Bachelor degree and plan to do either a semester project or a master thesis in the immediate future.|