Most of my education (B.Sc. 2007, M.Sc. 2008, Dr. rer. nat. 2012) is in theoretical physics. I have also been working since 2009 on a second M.Sc., this time in computational number theory. As part of that M.Sc. I've computed pi(10^26) (OEIS A006880), and pi(2^m) for all m<=86 (OEIS A007053).