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  • Hi, I saw your post on the housing thread:
    "Yes, of course! I lived in the Rochester area for 25 years. I am a PhD physicist and had a very well paying job in R&D at a Fortune 100 USA company."

    Can I ask what type of physics did you study and what advice can you give for getting into R&D? My passion lies in physics so I'm looking for tips. Thanks.
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    I am retired (age74.) My PhD thesis in solid state physics from the University of Illinois, researched optical properties of GaAs. A clear way to corporate R&D in physics is following graduation with a PhD with an experimental thesis, or as a co-op student while pursuing a BS in a scientific engineering field.
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