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    Best programming language for aspiring physics and engineers?

    I suggest starting with C or C++. After learning C, you will have no problem picking up new languages as you go. For science and engineering, you will find that a lot of people use Python or Matlab becauseyhey have a lot of built in features that can make life easy. I would pick up either one of...
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    Is Being an Engineering Student Really THAT Bad?

    If you really are good at math and physics, Electrical Engineering won't be as difficult as people make it out to be. I regularly take 18-19 credit semesters, and can still maintain good grades with about 4 hours of school work per day outside of class. If all of my courses have homework or...
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    EE research fields

    I've got one more year left to finish my undergraduate EE degree and I'm planning on continuing straight into a PhD. I've had the chance to work with a postdoc on remote sensing/space science research and I've really enjoyed it. I've also developed an interest in neuroscience and plasma physics...