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Dr. Bogdan Adamczyk

Prof. Adamczyk

Prof. Adamczyk has over 25 years combined industry and academia experience. He has taught numerous EMC certificate courses for industry. He is an iNARTE-certified EMC Master Design Engineer, a founding member and the chair of the IEEE EMC Chapter of West Michigan, and a member of the IEEE EMC Society Education Committee. He was a 2016 IEEE EMC Symposium Global University and Fundamentals of EMC instructor.

Dr. Bogdan Adamczyk is a professor and the director of the EMC Center at Grand Valley State University (http://www.gvsu.edu/emccenter/) where he performs EMC precompliance testing for industry and develops EMC educational material.

Prof. Adamczyk is the author of the textbook “Foundations of Electromagnetic Compatibility with Practical Applications” (Wiley, 2017). He writes a monthly tutorial article called EMC Concepts Explained for the “In Compliance” magazine (www.incompliancemag.com).  He is also a member of the technical review board for the “Interference Technology” magazine (https://interferencetechnology.com/).


TEXTBOOK

Foundations of EMC

PART I – MATH FOUNDATIONS OF EMC

    1. Matrix and Vector Algebra

    2. Coordinate Systems

    3. Vector Differential Calculus

    4. Vector Integral Calculus

    5. Differential Equations

    6. Complex Numbers and Phasors

PART II – CIRCUITS FOUNDATIONS OF EMC

    7. Basic Laws and Methods of Circuit Analysis

    8. Systematic Methods of Circuit Analysis

    9. Circuit Theorems and Techniques

    10. Magnetically-Coupled Circuits

    11. Frequency-Domain Analysis

    12. Frequency Content of Digital Signals

PART III – ELECTROMAGNETICS FOUNDATIONS OF EMC

    13. Static Electric Fields

    14. Static and Quasi-Static Magnetic Fields

    15. Time-Varying Electromagnetic Fields

    16. Electromagnetic Waves

    17. Transmission Lines

    18. Antennas and Radiation

APPENDIX I– EMC MEASUREMENTS

    I.1 Radiated Emissions

    I.2 Radiated Immunity

    I.3 Conducted Emissions

    I.4 Conducted Immunity

    I.5 Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)



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