Hi guys Here’s the thing: I graduated from high-school last year, and I knew that I wanted to study computer science or physics – I just didn’t know which one. So I took a year off, and got a job as a programmer at an advertising agency. During that year I found out that even though I have a big interest in computer science, I have a passion for physics; so I have chosen to study physics. First my interest in physics lied within biophysics and molecular motors. But in time, I began developing a huge interest for nanotechnology/physics – more precisely, carbon-tubes and transistors and all that. Luckily there’s a scientist at the university I’m going to study at (Copenhagen, DK) who does research in that exact field, so I mailed him asking, how the opportunities are be part of that research when studying. He told me that they are big, and that I should come by and have a talk with him when I began my studies. Like everybody else, I would like that my hard work pays off – even though it’s not possible to tell the future, I guess you guys are the most qualified at answering, how the market will look. Will this area of physics be ”attractive” in 8-10 years? And are there any particular classes I have to take? If everything goes wrong, I can always get a job at a bank analyzing the interest or something, eh :-)? Best regards.