Hi, i knowthere were surely enough of such threads. Well, the problem here in the country i live in is that there is a clean seperation. With a bachelor in physics you can't do a master in engineering. I have lookd up several universities, but no chance. Also vice-versa. I like to understand but also to apply the knowledge, to research, to create and to develop. So technology in general. The knowledge alone is not enough for me, it is what you make of it. I could be interested in : - Nanotechnology ( i know, this means much but also nothing, what i mean is not the optimization of materials, but all those things in those pop-science-world , nanobots etc....) - Biophysics - Molecular electronics /engineering - Energy-technology (fusion-energy and so on) But is Physics the right way to go? I want applications, and not just some simulation or chalk on the board. I just can't decide.