What I dream of doing is real world proyects involving the frontiers of physics we currently have. Like the projects I mentioned and many more. The problem is that I don’t know if mechanical engineering is the best pathway to do this or is there a better one?
yes definitely! I am already at university but I was thinking about switching majors or staying. I am currently studying mechanical engineering at 3rd year. I like physics a lot and I also like inventing and doing awesome projects as I mentioned earlier. The thing is that I’m not sure what to...
I love physics, I’m literarily fascinated and passionate about it. Although I would like to focus on applying physics on real world projects (more than on research or discovery). Like making a better combustion system on rockets, helping build the fusion reactors they’re trying to make, using...
Is the main focus of the physics career discovery, leading invention for the engineers?
I mean in the hypothetical situation of the building of a rocket, would the physicist spend their time discovering new ways of making combustion or discovering new materials for a spaceship, and the...
I want to do what a mechanical engineer does but with the electromagnetic force. What should I study mechanical or electrical engineering? An ideal job for me would be designing the magnetic system for motion in a maglev train, for example.
I think I explain it better in this new post:
I mean doing mechanics with electricity and magnetism, moving things with electricity, redesigning motors, things like that
I’ve tried both. I like more the physics concepts of electrical engineering I think electricity is fascinating. Although I do not like that much electrical engineering jobs because I like to think spatially and i don’t think electricity should be treated so linearly as it is done today.
Definitely, I understand inventing is much more than just building the products but considering costs, mass production and more.
After listening I think I’m between 2 careers:
- mechanical engineering or physics
Mechanical engineering because I like the designing process and also like...
I mean solving problems in the real world by building devices or mechanisms which involve physics. For example let’s say the problem is that to much energy from the vehicle is being consumed by friction. I invent a super conductor levitating car, that cools down temperature to be super...
I want to be an inventor that focuses on physics, I have the chance to study university but I don’t know what is the best career. I know inventing is much more than a degree, but I wanted to know which degree or degrees would help me more?