I was wondering whether or not the new state of the economy (recession) will have much of an effect on graduate school as far as whether schools won't offer as many stipends due to increased living expenses or what not.
Any insight?
Yea, sounds pretty intense.
I have a 3.5, but hopefully Rice's reputation will help that somewhat. Is this GPA competitive? I've will have spent all three summers doing research, two of them in nuclear physics which is important to medical physics. Then my senior year I will be working in the...
I'm almost done with my junior year as a physics major at Rice university, and I am planning on going to graduate school in medical physics after graduation. But all of my research on the field and the application process has been done online, and no other classmates or professors are interested...
Oh, okay, I should have realized this.
This is for a rigid rotator with Hamiltonian
\hat{H}=\hat{L^{2}}/2I
So this means that the energies are both:
E =1(1+1)\hbar^{2}/2I = \hbar^{2}/I
And
\left\langle\theta,\phi|\psi(t)\right\rangle=\frac{i}{\sqrt{2}}e^{-\imath\hbar t/I}(Y_{1,1}+Y_{1,-1})
Homework Statement
At t=0, a given wavefunction is:
\left\langle\theta,\phi|\psi(0)\right\rangle = \frac{\imath}{\sqrt{2}}(Y_{1,1}+Y_{1,-1})
Find \left\langle\theta,\phi|\psi(t)\right\rangle.
Homework Equations
\hat{U}(t)\left|\psi(0)\right\rangle =...
Yes, but if the Fourier series of f(x) = ao/2 + sum over n from 1 to infinity (an*cos(n*x) + bn*sin(nx)) then if ao, an, and bn go to zero, you are left with simply zero as the Fourier series. Shouldn't this method still work?
Medical physics does sound amazing...but what is involved in being accepted to a MS or PhD program in medical physics? How tough are admissions? Are they as competitive as med school admissions?
To those of you who have done REU programs in the past, what are they like? Is it like a 9-5 job or what? How much of your time should you expect to be working?