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Need help with PhD

  1. May 26, 2010 #1
    Hello fellow physicists,

    I am in need of some advice. I have just recently begun the voyage of a PhD in theoretical physics - with emphasis on Stochastic processes. My undergraduate degree had a lot to do with theoretical physics, but my MSc focus mainly on a different field - Astronomy - and I did a lot of data processing with minimal analytical work.

    Now I have entered my newly found PhD which is heavily based on courses I had done 2 years prior.

    I feel extremely rusty and I am not sure how to make meaningful headway with my degree.

    Any advice from those in a similar situation or been through the same thing?
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