**Klobber**

Great historical background CPTJEFF. Thanks!

Real and Complex analysis not too bad. There are far more evil mathematical subjects than this. I always hated Group Theory, dunno why.

Continuum Mechanics and all the tensor notations and differential geometry material, that was by far the hardest course I ever took. Statistical Mechanics was like a walk in the park. Quantum Mechanics - not too bad actually until it migrates to the higher level involving particles, random matrix theory, group theory, operational calculus and gauge theories...

Heck even Classical mechanics is a bieaatch - I remember having to solve numerous problems involving variational calculus. I always thought before I started that Classical Mechanics revolved around F = dp/dt in simple inertial frames. Found out it is way more difficult than that LOL... I dont think I ever got above a B in this course where I could score an A in Quantum...

Not a Physicist, started off in Physics but swapped out for Electronics and Communication Engineering. Still had to learn most the physics classes because 1/5 of the degree was solid state stuff (the department had way to many experts in Semiconductors and they biased their under and post grad degrees heavily this way).

All of this, and the best you could come up with for a handle was Klobber? For shame!