Another Geek here, finishing up a phd in mathematical physics this year(provided I get a job, it's a tough year.)
NeoDevin-what areas of mathematical physics do you want to study, I can probably give you a good idea of the best places to apply to grad school.
There is a saying MapleLeaf that engineers rarely make good managers :wink: seems that the way engineers think is different from the "people management" managers. Just means that you are unique and your brain should be donated to science :wink: :lol:
I'm retired from the Air Force, have degrees in Political Science, English, Aeronautical Engineering, and Law . . . I work for the government . . . guaranteed employment!!! . . . do a little teaching of dance . . . have another business on the side . . . and play in a blues band just in case I get bored!
And you still have time to post here in the DF? You must plan your day down to the microsecond... Have you ever thought about reserving some free time just to vegetate? I like vegetating, it´s good for the brain.
Whoa that stuffs way beyond me, good luck with that. I am thinking about opening up my own salsa club.
String theory is pretty much all algebra and topology and I know little about it. As for sub-atomic physics, I know even less. I am not sure that either theory is on a sound mathematical footing yet. That means lots of good results to be proven, good luck.
I do know that Cornell has a great Chaos group and theoretical mechanics if that interests you. Lots of good open questions in quantum chaos.
i'm a liquid investments portfolio analyst (cash, equity, debt, funds and other securities products).. work for a local investment company that invests its liquidity in local, regional and international financial markets..
in other words.. i'm a profound idiot [batting eyelashes] :mrgreen: ..
I currently work at Arizona Public Service which is the bigger Electric Company around here. I'm going to school for massage therapy and hope to open up my own practice. It will tie in well with dancing because I'll specialize in dance therapy. I also am a huge fan of music and the arts so I'll find some way to tie that all in too.
I do web development and dance instruction. About a year ago I was able to quit my job and work from home on a permanent basis, but I do work about 20 hours per week at the studio too. It's a nice balance for me.
Currently I'm a wife and mom, supporting my husband as he does what his co-workers call "riding the tiger." (Aka moving up in the business world really quickly and hopefully w/o giving himself an ulcer or heart attack.) I'm trained as a dental tech. When we return to the States, my kids will be going to school, and I have decided to make it a family affair and go back to school as well, perhaps dental hygiene, or massage therapy, or perhaps even graphic design something or other.