the search

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#1 Mon, 07/07/2008 - 15:01

the search

I am going into my senior year of undergrad as a dual computer science and physics major, I it is my intention to go to graduate school and study quantum information/quantum computing. However, I'm a little bit lost on where would be a good place to go and if I should choose physics or computer science as my course of study. Which discipline offers more opportunities in this field and what schools should I be looking at?


Fri, 05/09/2008 - 20:53


Do you have a specific continent or country in mind? North America has several good places. Caltech, New Mexico, MIT, Waterloo (where I am), Calgary and Montreal are the ones on the top of my head. In Europe there are several places in the UK and Germany, some in France and Austria, Barcelona in Spain and a few others. Otherwise there's Singapore, Brisbane, Sydney, some in Japan and China.