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mathguy_1995

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I'm currently a phd candidate in pure maths, doing research in Ergodic Theory (concerning ergodic convergence theorems). When I started studying Ergodic Theory I ran into Statistical Mechanics and I immediately fell in love. I've started studying physics from scratch. As my current research and my thesis are purely mathematical (no applications to other disciplines), and I really love this topic, is there any way I could also start doing some work on Physics (even later in my academic life)? I'd love to do research in QFT and Superstrings or generally in Mathematical Physics. How possible would it be (provided my background) that I could find a postdoc program on these fields and that I would get accepted into it? Do you have any advice on what could I do starting TODAY, while doing in parallel my PhD?

Thanks in advance!