Electromagnetism Moritoshi Yasunaga
Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Information and Systems


Explains the basics of electromagnetism for the first and second year college students. Starting from the Coulomb force acting on each other, learning about the concept of the field (electric field and magnetic field), It also explains the applied technology of electromagnetism. TEXTBOOK: Introduction to Electromagnetism for Engineers (Corona Publishing Co., Ltd.) https://www.coronasha.co.jp/np/isbn/9784339009040/

Lecturer profile

Moritoshi YasunagaFaculty of Engineering, Information and SystemsProfessor
Professor at the University of Tsukuba (Institute of Systems and Information)
Born in Tokyo in 1958.
March 1983 Completed the Department of Applied Physics (Master's),
Graduate School of Engineering, University of Tsukuba.
Joined Hitachi, Ltd. in the same year (Central Research Laboratory).
Developed hardware for supercomputers and brain-type computers.
Obtained a PhD in 1994.
Since November 1994, Associate Professor at the University of Tsukuba (Electronics and Information Engineering).
2004, Professor, Graduate School of Systems and Information Engineering, University of Tsukuba.
Very High-Speed Integrated Circuits, Reconfigurable Computer, Evolvable Hardware, Brain Computer,
Advance research on ultra-high-speed signal transmission.
His main books are "Integrated Circuits Engineering (Morikita Publishing)",
"Introduction to Electromagnetism for Engineers (Corona Publishing Co., Ltd.)".