### PhD in Mathematical Physics.

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**Sun Aug 23, 2009 11:06 pm**Hello!

I'm a undergraduate student in the last year of my Physics B.Sc. I've done a lot of Mathematics in a program at Ecole Polytechnique in France (Master 1 in Physics, european system). I would like to do my PhD in Mathematical Physics, I've studied some Statistical Mechanics and Exactly solvable systems, but I would like a program with others possibilites too. I heard that Princeton and Stony Brooks are good places to research in Mathematical Physics apart of those I have no other indications in America. My background is a little mixed since I did a program for double graduation in Brazil and in France.

If you have any recomendations I would be very glad to hear them.

Thanks in advance,

Aron

I'm a undergraduate student in the last year of my Physics B.Sc. I've done a lot of Mathematics in a program at Ecole Polytechnique in France (Master 1 in Physics, european system). I would like to do my PhD in Mathematical Physics, I've studied some Statistical Mechanics and Exactly solvable systems, but I would like a program with others possibilites too. I heard that Princeton and Stony Brooks are good places to research in Mathematical Physics apart of those I have no other indications in America. My background is a little mixed since I did a program for double graduation in Brazil and in France.

If you have any recomendations I would be very glad to hear them.

Thanks in advance,

Aron