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Quantum seems fun toss a coin chose then have sex with someone worked for me.....well once upon a time
What is difference between Mathematical physics and Theoretical Physics ?what is mathematics and theoretical physics course?
Mathematical physics is the scientific discipline concerned with the interface of mathematics and physics. The Journal of Mathematical Physics defines it as: "the application of mathematics to problems in physics and the development of mathematical methods suitable for such applications and for the formulation of physical theories.”The American Mathematical Society places mathematical physics under the broad categories of partial differential equations and algebraic geometry with specific details given about what constitutes these two categories.
Theoretical physics is a branch of physics which employs mathematical models and abstractions of physics in an attempt to explain natural phenomena. Its central core is mathematical physics, though other conceptual techniques are also used. The goal is to rationalize, explain and predict physical phenomena.
I want to study theoretical physics (I am good at math !).
I want to study all the fields in Physics except medical physics,geo-physics (I love some facts in it).
If I take -Nuclear Physics I miss Astrophysics.
-If I take one I miss other ....-If I take quantum. I miss cosmology and others.I love astronomy too ?
I don't care Human relationships !
What a monologue...Ask yourself what you would like to accomplish in your life after your studies, which will be a much longer period of time than your time at university. Then look at which courses you'll need the most to accomplish that goal, and you have your decision made.
If you want to unlock secrets of nature, try Biotechnology
man you really making stupid here.Nature doesn't mean that only biology!Physics too comes under nature.Why I have to explain you what nature is ?You only think that life is nature.
Quote from: Kiranman you really making stupid here.Nature doesn't mean that only biology!Physics too comes under nature.Why I have to explain you what nature is ?You only think that life is nature.Now now. No need to be rude - I'm sure he just misunderstood what you meant to say. The responsibility is on you to make sure your meaning is clear - nature could refer to any aspect of nature, not just physics and maths.
Kiran, from what you have said working in Academia (a University physics department) would be ultimate goal. I would see a Masters degree as a stepping stone. If you impress the University you could probably continue indefinitely doing research in any number of fields. It therefore probably does not matter which field you do your Masters in, you could probably switch at some point. However, you have to impress people with your ability. If you are very, very good technically then it should be OK but if you are not excellent, and there will be plenty of competition, you may still progress by having other skills. Research positions at Univerities often come with teaching responsibilities of some sort so you may need to polish your relationship skills more than you think. You are probably aware you are never going to get rich with this career path :-) Physics is interesting but rarely lucrative.
Kiran, there are not many well paid jobs doing interesting research in Physics. If you want to earn reasonable money you end up in a field like electronics or semiconductors (like me). From what you said you are more interested in the "sharp end" of physics research. There are jobs at places like CERN but the pay is not great and the competition high. Plus the majority of the work there will involve the engineering rather than research. You reckon you can be excellent if the University is good so you need to get into a good University. I'm afraid to say that not all the Universities in the UK are of the same standard and there is huge competition for the good ones - even for studying Physics.
Calculus 101, 102, 103, Basic Physics 101, 102, 103 etc.What is this ?
Quote from: Kiran The King Kai on 19/11/2009 01:51:09Calculus 101, 102, 103, Basic Physics 101, 102, 103 etc.What is this ?Those are courses. E.g. the calculus sequence is broken up into three courses which are often called, in order, "Calculus 101", "Calculus 102," "Calculus 103". Basic physics is the same way.So you're going to complete your bachelor's degree in 2010? If you don't know what you want to focus on by now then nobody can tell you that. Only you can do that.
try to understand I am making rude statements.
Trying to explain. "Don't be stupid" is rude ?
Quote from: Kiran The King Kaitry to understand I am making rude statements.You are saying that you are, intentionally, making rude statements? If so, why?QuoteTrying to explain. "Don't be stupid" is rude ?Yes. The context in which you used it was what it made it rude.
Quote from: Pmb on 26/11/2009 20:54:33Quote from: Kiran The King Kaitry to understand I am making rude statements.You are saying that you are, intentionally, making rude statements? If so, why?QuoteTrying to explain. "Don't be stupid" is rude ?Yes. The context in which you used it was what it made it rude.He has Isolated Nature . Physics and math as different things ??