I'm just wondering. Are there any earth/atmospheric scientists here? What about astrophysicists?
I'm a Physicist. Go ahead and upvote this answer if you are one, upvote/post an answer of your own field if not.
I'm a computational scientist.
I am an applied mathematician.
I'm a computational chemist, studying ab initio electronic structure methods, Molecular Dynamics,... etc.
I'm in Aerospace Engineering studying CFD with combustion. Crossroads of fluid mechanics, thermodynamics (I use real gas equation of states), chemistry, programming and of course computational science.
I work on problems related to genetics and genomics.
I study aeronomy and atmospheric sciences.
In my department of my current employer, the majority of folks are mechanical and civil engineers (I'm an electrical engineer). There are a number of other departments that work on pure and applied sciences.
There are many other disciplines practised here.
Depending on what hat I'm wearing and who you ask, I'm either a mathematical epidemiologist or biologist.
I am a physical oceanographer and atmospheric scientist.
Have a B.Sc. in Meteorology, mostly computation and modeling oriented. Currently a third-year Ph.D. student in Physical Oceanography. Work focus is on how to conserve momentum and energy in a coupler atmosphere-wave-ocean modeling system.
I am a computer scientist.
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I'm a Geophysicist.
Have done a little CFD, seismic data processing software, but currently work in computational chemistry. Also have a MsC in applied mathematics. Have changed subjects so much that I'm no longer sure of what I am, just that I do science! hahaha.
I am a mechanical engineer doing applied math.
I consider myself a computational scientist or applied mathematician, but all of my degrees are in chemical engineering. My PhD is on numerical methods for combustion simulations, which is a field dominated by mechanical engineers.
I'm a computational science PhD student, MS. Applied Mathematics & currently conducting research in Mechanical Engineering (computational fluid dynamics).