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Computational Physics vs Computational Engineering

  1. Jul 7, 2013 #1
    Hi everyone, next year i will finish my Bachelor degree in Computer Engineering, since physics is my passion , i was a little bit in doubt to which course to choose in order to become a physicist.

    My doubt is about these courses:
    - Photonics Engineering (from electronics eng. department) (can one after be considere a physicist??)
    - Computational Physics (university of Udine with SISSA)
    - Computational Engineering ( at Munchen University )

    What's the difference between tthe last two ?

    Which of these courses will close me more to physics ?

    Has been the bachelor in computer engineering useful to the career that i want to take ?

    What do you think about computational physics ?
     
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