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    Which research areas for a PhD in Physics may lead to good positions in the Industry R&D?

    I do not know if it is the right place to say it but I would like to say that I am desperatly looking for a PhD position in experimental physics. I am from Africa and currently in South-Korea where I got my MSc in Physics 2 years ago. However here the system is not suitable for me (among many...
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    Which research areas for a PhD in Physics may lead to good positions in the Industry R&D?

    Yes it helps Niflheim, thank you. Im an unrolled MSc in Physics holder specialised in Solid State-NMR. I also have ezpereince in data processing and modeling. I am looking for a PhD in Physics in a promising area.
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    Which research areas for a PhD in Physics may lead to good positions in the Industry R&D?

    Thanks guys for your suggestions. They are well noted and appreciated. I am sorry for my belated reply due to the jet lag. I made my post just before going to bed and I am in GMT +9h.
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    Which research areas for a PhD in Physics may lead to good positions in the Industry R&D?

    Which research areas for a PhD in Physics may lead to good positions in the Industry's R&D? Please, excuse my English and thank you for any suggestion.
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    Questions about gravitational waves?

    Alright, Thank you for the information. It is very helpful. I hope I will hear from you again at my probable future questions on this topic.
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    Questions about gravitational waves?

    Thank you PeterDonis for your kind answer and for the link. So, so far we just know from an indirect evidence that GWs exist. Now I have another question, please. Why GW cannot be directly detected? Their are many workgroups working on that such as ALIGO, but if I am not wrong they seem stuck to...
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    Questions about gravitational waves?

    Thanks in advance for any reply.
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    Questions about gravitational waves?

    Hello. I would like to ask if really gravitational waves (GWs) exist? Mathematically they are predicted to exist. However despites the intense efforts invested to detect them so far they cannot be detected.
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    Good lectures or books on SR and/or GR

    Thank you WannabeNewton. By sharing, you are in the way for sure.
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    Good lectures or books on SR and/or GR

    Thank you a lot Daverz. I will surely consider the info you provided me. After my BSc in physics (3 years ago) I did a MSc in modeling and data processing so I have forgotten all my litlle knowledge in Relativity. Now I am just trying to recover that lost. So thank you for your kind information.
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    Good lectures or books on SR and/or GR

    @ micromass thanks for the feedback. Well i already hold a BSc in physics with all the math package. I didnt learn well the SR during my undergraduate studies so I ve forgot almost all about it.
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    Wangsness book "Electromagnetic Fields"

    Hi guys! I was wondering if someone could me help to get a free electronic copy of R. Wangsness book "Electromagnetic Fields". I would like to point out that I am just looking for a book which does not violate copyrights.
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    Good lectures or books on SR and/or GR

    I forgot to mention that I am a beginner and I dont know which ressources available through googling are the best for someone in my case. Thanks in advance.
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