I’m an undergraduate student at an honors college. In order to get my degree I need to write a thesis. I need to find a topic soon. I’m going to talk to the professors here and see what things they have in mind but I’m trying to think of some ideas on my own. Thing is I’m really burnt out. I been in school for awhile and I’m dragging myself along now. I used to be pumped about Physics and Math but my interests in those areas have died off a bit. Regardless I need to make it down the home stretch. So does anyone have any suggestions for thesis topics that might be doable? I don’t want to reinvent the wheel or do anything revolutionary. I don’t want to have to learn a bunch of outrageously hard mathematics, I just want to graduate. Here is my background.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Math

Advanced Calculus

Abstract Algebra

Number Theory

Ordinary Differential Equations

Geometry

Linear Algebra

Automata Theory

Some Knot Theory

Physics

Classical Mechanics

Statistical Mechanics

Electricity and Magnetism

Special Relativity with and Introduction to GR

Quantum Mechanics

Planetary and Stellar Astronomy

Basically what you would expect an Undergrad to know. My own interests are in Astrophysics, Relativity, High Energy Physics, Automata, and Algebra.

High Energy Physics is probably out of the question for thesis topics because I didn’t take Advanced Quantum Mechanics. So I’m thinking something with Astrophysics. See the thing is I have to incorporate math as well, because my major is Physics/Mathematics. So maybe something that fuses astrophysics with automata, I don’t even know if that is possible. Any help would be appreciated.

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