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trys11:
Greetings everyone,
I am not sure if I am posting this in the correct section of the forum but hopefully I am.
I just finished my masters degree in electrical and computer engineering and I am convinced that pursuing a phd is the way to go.

What troubles me is the subject of it.
What i am interested in is hardware design. What I have already done in various projects is program an FPGA using VHDL.
So I would like to pair that interest with another field as the subject of my phd.
I have some background in cryptography, computer vision, computer networks and some other fields as part of my basic training.
So the big question is what is the most promising subfield of these or what else would you recommend.
I am open to hearing any kind of ideas.
Also, any general tips in starting a phd would be MUCH appreciated.

Thanks in advance for your inputs

Ice-Tea:
Not having a PhD, I keep a small list of subjects that would fit. Having studied and having done some projects, you must have had some moments when you went "what about..., what would happen if..., I wonder..."?

trys11:

--- Quote from: Ice-Tea on January 11, 2019, 08:25:50 pm ---Not having a PhD, I keep a small list of subjects that would fit. Having studied and having done some projects, you must have had some moments when you went "what about..., what would happen if..., I wonder..."?

--- End quote ---

I am not sure if I understand your question.

Ice-Tea:
You have been studying and learning for years. Surely you must have come across a few questions worth answering?

trys11:
I guess so, but nothing comes up in my mind right now.

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