Hi everybody, I'm an Instrument&Controls Engineer working in oil&gas industry.I'm thinking of getting Ph.D in the field which after graduation would gimme a possibility to work in Aerospace industry 'cause I find it exciting and interesting for myself to be related to spacecraft systems design,space flights and the space in whole,working on cutting edge space technologies...and who knows (it's my dream) maybe one day to become an astronaut(even if I have to pay my own money for this).So I wanna be as close to aerospace and flights as my skills,background and interests will let me do. Well,I realize that my current education is closer to Electrical&Electronics Engineering than to Aerospace Engineering itself,'cause I didn't have classes in aerodynamics,fluid mechanics,propulsion and all this stuff,but instead I had analog&digital electronics,control theory,measurements,etc.So,perhaps in future I would be able to participate,for instance, in design of spacecraft onboard electronics control equiplement or sth. like that.What do you say? I need to find the optimal way into aerospace for myself. So,which way would you advice me,the man who wants to find some path to the aerospace?Perhaps,there are exist some interdisciplinary programs combining EE and AE or sth. like that?Or should I just focus on,say,getting Ph.D in EE and then start seeking some electronics position in the aerospace field? Any help is appreciated.Thank you!