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Advice on choosing a Monograph topic

  1. Oct 6, 2015 #1
    Hello everyone,

    I'm a senior undergraduate and I'm planing to do a Monograph related to Quantum effects in Gravity (Hawking radiation or something similar(?)) or even some QFT in curved space-time (maybe ambitious since I know this is VERY HARD and I don't have much time), the thing is I can't decide an specific topic to work on that that isn't going to kill me in the 6 months I have to work on it and where I can get some nice results to show. So fellow forumers I will greatly appreciate any suggestions you can give me to choose a topic to work on.

    BTW I have taken courses in GR and QFT and I believe I have a very good understanding. I plan to take an advanced QFT course and I'm fairly good at mathematics. I have taken all undergraduate physics courses, three graduate physics courses, and some undergraduate math courses.

    Maybe some of you can help me decide.
     
  2. jcsd
  3. Oct 7, 2015 #2
    There are other research areas that are more accessible to an undergraduate. You really need a topic in a field where a faculty mentor is confident you can succeed.
     
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