... for a dissertation in the final year of a physics degree? Over the summer we will be presented with a number of projects for our final year, we have been told that we may be allowed to choose our own if it is suitable. I have a genuine interest in quantum entanglement and was wondering if someone could assess whether it would be a suitable subject for a dissertation, or would it be too difficult for an undergraduate? I did very well in the quantum mechanics part of the course this year and plan to take the advanced quantum mechanics module next semester. Thanks for any input.