Im just curious who on this site is taking a university/college physics program or has a phd.
Sorry, I'm engineering ugrad. Kinda like a cousin.
I’ll be starting University in September. I won’t pick a Major until winter but I’m going for an Honours Specialization in Planetary Science with a Minor in Astronomy. I’ll see if I want to continue school after that.
I’d love to get a job working on a robotic planetary/moon exploration mission. Ooo that’d be sweet.
I have a Ph.D. and am a physics professor.
I am not even in University yet.
I'm starting my Physics undergrad in the fall, planning on entering a PhD program after finishing the BS.
Ph.D. in 2000 (theoretical atomic)
Got the BS in physics + MBA econ
work in engineering
what schools did u guyes attend? Im going into mechanical engineering at Waterloo Canada. I hope to get my PHd.
Waterloo is a very good school, especially for engineering and math, plus it has a very nice campus. Good luck. It's all co-op for engineering, isn't it?
I'm starting at UWO (University of Western Ontario) in September. Was somewhat annoyed when I found out they stopped offering Astronomy as a Major, but I'm glad now because I don't think I would have considered Honours Specialization in Planetary Sci. if they had.
I've got my BA in mathematics and I'm 2 credits from a BA in physics (its a lab). I'm starting my MA in mathematics this fall.
PhD, Semiconductor Physics Theory
PhD in Physics specialty in Photonics
Halfway through a PhD in Experimental Condensed Matter Physics.
wow, lots of smart people on this site. I hope to get my engineering degree, and then go into physics. Im doing engineering in order to get a good base.
I'm in the third year of my physics undergrad at UC Santa Barbara. And wow, I didn't know we had so many PHDs on this site. Thats pretty cool.
PhD in Atomic Physics
Soon to have a BSc in both physics & mathematics. Starting MSc program in physics next year.
ya kno what they say..
a scientist can become a good engineer..
but an engineer will never be a good scientist
My PhD is in theoretical particle physics/QED (1965) and I'm a retired physics prof.
I hope that saying isnt true.
Im still in high school starting my senior year this fall. I am quite intersted in physics and astronomy i learn alot by reading but public school systems dont do a good job in even teaching the basics. I was wondering what books i could read to further my education in the math and science area. Ive had the basics chemistry biology whatnot. Calc physics and biochem are this year.
I hope to attain a PhD in Mathematics. I find that Differential Geometry is an area with much needed progression and I hope to specialize in such area.
As of right now I am going for a major in Mathematics at a two year college. I am also taking University Physics I and University Physics II, which are Calculus based Physics courses. I will then transfer to a four year college and continue my education and plan to enter the Phd Program.
I'm really great at Pure Mathematics, however I have a hard time with physics. If I were to decide to specialize in Physics, I think I would specialize in QFT or GR. Other then that, I am really interested in wormhole dynamics worked by Morris and Thorne. I think Solutions to GR equations are interesting.
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