Hello all, 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? If you could add some insight about any of the questions above, or if you want to add a comment in general, I would really appreciate it. Thank you!