In a very recent post, Norman altered me to a mathematical physicist named John Baez @ UC Riverside. I have to say, that he has the most ideal career for me. I've bothered everyone with my questions on how/ or should I do both a pure math and theoretical physics degree before, and indeed it does not seem wise now.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Professor Baez is doing exactly what I wish to, (except, I am also very interested in GR too.)

I was wondering if everyone could list the the mathematicians they know who are primarily mathematical physicists, and where they are at please? This will help me greatly in looking for a graduate school.

Thanks!

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# A list of mathematical physicists

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