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Industrial knowledge as a experimental physicist

  1. May 12, 2013 #1
    Hi

    Im in the army, and the army is willing to give me 20 000kr (bout 4000$) to educate myself. F. ex i can take å truck licence if i wanted to.

    I want to become a physisist, either theoretical or expereimental. I was wondering if anybody in this forum would know of any courses which could be usefull as a experimental physisist. I cant help thinking that some industrial knowledge would be neceserry if one wanted to work with particle accelerators, superconducters, telescopes, microscopes, nuclear substences or fusion reactors...

    Im talking about some course witch a normal university dont usually offer...

    Any ideas?
     
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