Have you ever wondered how Einstein, a regular man, can come up with radical ideas that shape the world to be what it is today?
Albert Einstein is a familiar name to many in the scientific and non-scientific community due to his revolutionary ideas such as the Theory of Relativity, Special Relativity and significant contributions to the development of Quantum Mechanics. As such, many aspire to be like him and wonder how they can do that. The author believes that one needs to condition his/her mind to be able to think like the world-renowned Mathematical Physicist, Albert Einstein. The road to being successful can be challenging and it requires grit, confidence and guidance from the right people. Hence, this book is as a must-have guide to readers who wish to be one of the best scientists in the world!
Contents: IntroductionRole ModelsIs This You?Mathematical Physics as a CareerWhat We DoNullius in VerbaThe Gates of HellWhy?How It All Started for MeNo Good at Maths?Einstein's BrainMotivate YourselfStudy, Sleep, and ExamsTools of the TradeThe Mess on Your DeskGiving a TalkFinding a JobInterviewsSitting at the BackThe AdministratorsPublish or PerishStrings and ThingsNotationYour Career ChoiceGlossaryNotes
Readership: Secondary school students and teachers, undergraduate students and general public.Mathematical Physics;School College;Science/Physics/Mathematics Career0Key Features:Will appeal to students, teachers, and lecturers at school, colleges, and universities because of its informative approach to becoming a mathematical physicist. The book is aimed at encouraging a wide spectrum of students, particularly those who never thought about science as a careerContains a unique blend of personal, factually based anecdotes about mathematical physics and mathematical physicists, and many pointers, tips, and sensible advice about becoming a mathematical physicistGives a perspective on significant branches of mathematical physics, such as String Theory, Many Worlds, and Hidden Variables, designed to guide the beginner in a choice of career in mathematical physics