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    Programs EE + Physics double degree

    You guys have mentioned semiconductors, but what about superconductivity and how it relates to nuclear fusion? Is this a common area for EE's or still primarily the domain of PhD physicists?
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    Programs EE + Physics double degree

    Thank you all for your responses. In terms of long term goals, I'd like to be an engineer and work on projects that advance science in some way, e.g. things like the LHC, ITER, LIGO, observatories, NASA, square-kilometer array, etc. (not necessarily these exact places/projects, but something in...
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    Programs EE + Physics double degree

    I'm in Australia and a standard EE degree is 4 years. My uni has a EE+Physics combo which is 5 years but you graduate with both a B.Eng and B.Sci. Here is the list of units: http://handbook.curtin.edu.au/courses/32/321827.html Bear in mind that I'm 26 so I'm already getting into the game late...
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