**The files of the course assignments will be uploaded at this page. The problem sets are handed out every week corresponding to each session of the course.**

(O) The **zeroth problem set** is just an exercise with several questions illuminating several aspects of the **spherical coordinate system** through a practical example. **PDF**

(A) The **first problem set** corresponds to the **section A** of the course and contains certain unsolved topics related to the **electrostatic field** of various charge distributions, the **work done** when moving point charges and the** charge storage capacity** in spherical geometries. **PDF**

(B) The **second problem set** corresponds to the **section B** of the course and contains specific mathematical exercises related to the rigorous solution to the **Laplace equation **in the presence of **sources or not** and in various **entire and non-entire configurations**. **PDF**

(C) The **third problem set** corresponds to the **section C** of the course and some exercises on magnetostatics are included. In particular, Cartesian, cylindrical and spherical **distributions of steady currents** are considered, while **Biot-Savart law** should be also applied. **PDF**

(D) The **forth problem set** corresponds to the **section D** of the course and certain topics on simultaneous **electro-magnetic time variations** are elaborated. The auxiliary potentials, the uniqueness of the field solutions and the notion of **propagation without distortion** is examined. **PDF**

(E) The **fifth problem set** corresponds to the **section E** of the course and contains several exercises related to plane wave **reflection and transmission** from planar layered structures. The plane wave properties of the **far field of a Hertz dipole** have been also considered. **PDF**

(F) The **sixth problem set** corresponds to the **section F** of the course and contains five problems on transmission lines,** impedance matching**, lossy components and inverse computations. Also the effect on the **voltage transformation ratio** is identified. **PDF**

(G) The **seventh problem set** corresponds to the **section G** of the course and is simply an exercise related to coaxial cable and attenuation through it. **PDF**

**(c) by Costas Valagiannopoulos**