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Informatics in physics ?

Posted 07 November 2008 - 12:51 PM

I have heard here in Romania that is a new specialization at the physics university, "physics-informatics". My question is if it rents to apply here, if it is useful, and if you have some examples of what people who studied in this section have realized.
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Re: Informatics in physics ?

Posted 07 November 2008 - 02:22 PM

By Neptune's teets! If my college had that when I was there I would not be where I am now. I started school split between astrophysic and computer programming. I pulled the trigger on comp sci (with a Native American minor), and spent three years making fun of MIS kids while watching the Dot-com burst. I always figured physic types would always need a programmer and I could worm my way back in doing that. So far I am just a corporate app developer.

It looks to be programming lite.. a smattering of all types of physics... and theory on both sides of the comp sci/physics equation.

The stuff in the PDF below looks hella fun.

Link to some school's ciriculum..
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