Sorry - I missed your reply. These are postgraduate level courses as part of the Masters.
I have done a Graduate Diploma in Applied Data Science so I have done most of the Data Science courses (except for one). I would only have two research/industry courses (2 units each and...
Thank you so much for the insight and help - all these replies are so helpful to help me in deciding and the more replies I can get for the most clear perspective possible the better, so it is much appreciated
Thanks so much for your reply. This is along the thoughts of what I was thinking - I think machine learning is going to just keep getting bigger and machine learning is already probably one of the most sought out skills in any industry and I think with machine learning and some knowledge of...
Thank you so much for your reply - it is useful!
I have always like physics and maths and have been reading and thinking a lot about astrophysics and space exploration and it has just fascinated me so much
I think my Uni is actually a bit different with this in that they will...
From my experiences I think the STEM industry is new and just starting to grow. I have found that I think data science, computer science and IT can support you to get a job in STEM. I have personally found that doing these can help you become something in STEM fields such as Analyst of Health...
Thank you so much for addressing all my issues - I really appreciate it and they are useful! Sorry I should have added in my original post that what I meant was after gaining some experience in Machine Learning than becoming more of an expert than maybe I could get a Physics...
I have completed a Bachelor of Science (Biological Sciences) and Graduate Diploma of Science (Applied Data Science). I have always loved Maths and Physics, but never really pursued it as I thought there were not many jobs for them (but I have taken first year Maths courses as electives...
R = 5 Ohms, L = 1 Henry, C = 0.02 Farad
Thanks - unfortunately Lecturer said that we have to use differential equations.
I have tried solving with differential equations to find I(t) - but this doesn't really find the answer
I need to find the currents I1 and I2 in the attached image, but am having some difficulties grasping the concepts. I am given E(t) = 338sin(t) as well as values for R, L and C. I think I know what I need to use but I am not sure how to put it all together
Hi Dr. Courtney,
Thank you for this - just wondering for these jobs do you guys use computers to do the calculus i.e. like analysis on the computer that you guys interpret? What your company does sounds quite interesting.
Just something else to add on to my first thread - if anyone knows about job prospects for computational physics - like if I do this will I likely end up with a job? Also any recommendations of Australian Universities to study computational physics (possibly Masters) would be great. Thank you
I am finding it a bit difficult to find a job where pure maths is actually done and looking for some ideas or examples from people who have done this please. I am in my last semester of a Graduate Diploma of Science (Applied Data Science) and am considering what to study for my Masters/pHD...