John David Jackson (born January 19, 1925) is a Canadian–American physics professor emeritus at the University of California, Berkeley and a faculty senior scientist emeritus at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. A theoretical physicist, he is a member of the National Academy of Sciences, and is well known for numerous publications and summer-school lectures in nuclear and particle physics, as well as his widely used graduate text on classical electromagnetism.
- Introduction to Electrostatics.
- Boundary-Value Problems in Electrostatics: I.
- Boundary-Value Problems in Electrostatics: II.
- Multipoles, Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media, Dielectrics.
- Magnetostatics, Faraday’s Law, Quasi-Static Fields.
- Maxwell Equations, Macroscopic Electromagnetism, Conservation Laws.
- Plane Electromagnetic Waves and Wave Propagation.
- Waveguides, Resonant Cavities, and Optical Fibers.
- Radiating Systems, Multipole Fields and Radiation.
- Scattering and Diffraction.
- Special Theory of Relativity.
- Dynamics of Relativistic Particles and Electromagnetic Fields.
- Collisions, Energy Loss, and Scattering of Charged Particles, Cherenkov and Transition Radiation.
- Radiation by Moving Charges.
- Bremsstrahlung, Method of Virtual Quanta, Radiative Beta Processes.
- Radiation Damping, Classical Models of Charged Particles.
John David Jackson