Cours offerts (Microondes et lâ€™électromagnétisme)
 ELG5379 (EACJ5402) Numerical Methods in Electromagnetic Engineering (Carleton CRN: 18380)

Review of electromagnetic and potential theory. Formulation of static and electrodynamic problems. Introduction to numerical and fieldtheoretical modelling techniques. Numerical methods considered: FD, MoL, SDA, TLM and BPM. Examples of commonly encountered electromagnetic problems at microwave, millimeterwave and optical frequencies .
 Prerequisites:
 ELG 4103 or the equivalent.
 ELG7100A (EACJ5404A) Topics in Electromagnetics I: Nonlinear Microwave Devices (Carleton CRN: 17240)

The physical basis and mathematical modelling of a variety of microwave/millimetrewave devices, how they can be exploited in practical circuits and systems, and how the resulting device/circuit interactions can be analyzed. Devices include twoterminal nonlinear elements based on classical, heterostructure and superconducting technologies: pn and Schottkybarrier diodes, tunnel and resonanttunneling diodes, BIN and BNN varactor diodes, highelectronmobility varactor diodes, and Josephsonjunction diodes. Threeterminal nonlinear devices include MESFETs, HBTs, and HEMTs. Circuit applications encompass frequency mixers; power amplifiers; resistive, reactive, and active frequency multipliers; as well as harmonic generators. Emphasis will be placed on analytical approaches that provide global insight into the nonlinear phenomena.
 ELG7100B (EACJ5404B) Topics in Electromagnetics I: Finite Element Methods for Electromagnetic Modelling (Carleton CRN: 37126)

Finite Element Methods for Electromagnetic Modelling: Review of the fundamental equations of electromagnetics. Basic principles of the finite element method (FEM). FEM formulations for specific differential equations in electromagnetics. Scalar and vector finite element shape functions (expansion functions). Mesh truncation schemes. Implementation aspects. Application of the FEM to the numerical modeling of guided wave and radiation problems at microwave and millimetrewave frequencies.
 ELG7100C (EACJ5404C) Topics in Electromagnetics I: Fourier Optics (Carleton CRN: 14906)

Fourier Optics  Diffraction: Plane waves, plane wave expansions, angular spectra, 2D Fourier transform, scalar diffraction theory, Huygens principle, Paraxial approximation, Fresnel and Fraunhofer diffraction, Gaussian beams, coherence and interference.
 ELG7100D (EACJ5404D) Topics in Electromagnetics I: Moment Method (Carleton CRN: 17240)

The Moment Method in Engineering Electromagnetics : Review of electromagnetic theory. Green’s function concepts. Surface equivalence theorem. Integral equation formulations in electromagnetic engineering. Fundamentals of the method of moments technique. Use of the moment method for the numerical solution of integral equation models. Applications to microwave circuits & antennas.
 ELEC5607 (ELG6367) Antennas and Arrays (Carleton CRN: 33638)

Design projects are interspersed with live and video lectures. Lectures cover definitions, wire structures, mutual coupling, methodofmoments, array theory, photonic devices, frequency independent structures, reflectors, horns, feeds, slotted waveguide and microstrip arrays. Design projects include a printed dipole, yagi and seriesfed microstrip patch array.
 ELEC5709X (ELG6379X) Topics in Electromagnetics: Periodic Electromagnetic Structures (Carleton CRN: 16083)

This course focuses on the theory and applications of periodic structures in antenna and microwave engineering. The course presents a unified theoretical apparatus for the analysis of periodic structures. A number of conventional (Frequency Selective Surface) and novel periodic structures (reflectarray, Electromagnetic Band Gap, artificial dielectric) will be addressed in the course.