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BS in Elec Eng -> PHD Physics?

  1. Mar 8, 2009 #1
    Hello, everyone. I'm new here, and am looking for some guidance. Reading the forum descriptions, this seemed to be the appropriate place to post.

    My career goals are to do research and development of large-scale power generation and or theoretical physics.

    My main inspiration comes from Nicola Tesla and his work. Everything involving electricity simply fascinates me to no end. I want to research new ways to harness and store energy on a large scale.

    As of right now, I am in an Electrical Engineering program at the Oregon Institute of Technology. Is this the way for me to go?

    Thanks :)

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