Hello, I'm a 4th year physics undergrad, so I'm about to decide what to do in my undergrad thesis. I'll do pure theoretical work, but I'd like to avoid copy-paste stuff and come up wityh something quite original, however I'm not sure what topic are available, maybe someone here will help. I'm planning to work on (loop) quantum gravity in the future -when I grow up a bit-, so I wonder if there's a small room for an undergrad in this field --I know it's well beyond an undergrad's reach who hasn't studied QFT or any relativistic quantum theory. I just wonder if there's some relatively simple stuff for me. Besides, starting to study in this field bit by bit, I may be better prepared for grad and ph.d. One other option I've been considering is the field of quantum computations. As far I see, I already know the physical background required to start working in this field, so it'd be relatively easier than LQG. But again, I don't know what kind problems (for an undergrad) exists in this field... So, in short, I need to know what kind of problems are available for me to work on. Thanks in advance.