I am graduating from mathemetics bachelor program and I've been accepted for masters degree in mathematics. But I am not sure to pursue math, hence I am looking for other field I can do research. I am going to study potenial theory in the masters degree in math so I am good at analysis, particularly in measure theory. I also took some statistics courses, java and matlab. Moreover, I really like computers so I educated myself on some other stuff(I do some game modding and photoshop)
Some friends of mine suggested machine learning but they are undergrad and they don't really know the subject well. So my question is what fields/areas of computer science I can work on for PhD and what should I learn.
Or in this respect can I work on CS(Phd) as a math grad?
(I've read the similar questions but they are only similar. So I appreciate any help.)
Edit: In Math M.S program I only have one none-technical elective and I will get some undergrad CS lectures(additional). So, as @RB suggested, I am asking for the areas that require realtively less CS and more math. But note that I am willing to study/work hard.