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I am interested in both physics and applied math. One of my professors is willing to work with me to get into a great applied math school, but I don't want to abandon my passion for physics.

- Is there work being done at the intersection of applied math and physics?
- Is it reasonable to look for a program at the "intersection" of these two fields?
- What might be some examples of research at the intersection of applied math and physics?

Thank you!