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Dear Mr. L--------,
There is little left to add to all the previous authoritative responses. I agree that any involvement in ZPE research requires a deep and serious study of various fields in order to move your approach into fundamental physics territory. If that remains your interest, your curriculum must include standard classes in condensed matter, QED, mathematical methods, etc coupled to a strong experimental foundation. Such skills could be acquired by obtaining a PhD from a school involved in quantum measurement, gravitational wave detection, etc. If you just go the web sites of leading physics journals and search for related terms (zero point energy, zero point field ... ) you will have a place to start. The recommendation is to understand classical and quantum fields before one tries to harness them. A publication record in this area will also strengthen your credentials in your search for post-doctoral positions or laboratory jobs and give you experience in the search for funding (both governmental and private) and the connection between business and science.
My best wishes on your pursuits.
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