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Technical phd after 33
Hi Sleepless. You have a wonderful point here. Mathematics is very different beast. Even with mathematics Algebraic Geometry and Number Theory after Grothendieck have become notorious in sophistication. I would really enjoy algebraic and computational aspects of number theory and graph theory. If I did in computer science I would have my focus building on from those two fields and their applications in computer science. I mentioned Statistics since there are some wonderful applications of statistics in finance/medicine. Also statistics itself borrows from differential geom/pde/inform theory |
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Technical phd after 33
I am 32 now. Will be 33 when I enter grad school again. |
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