For students

I receive applications from students asking for internships, for thesis guidance and project assistant positions in scientific computing. Most students do not demonstrate any credible knowledge or background that is needed for such work. Here is some advice on what you can do to improve your chances of success in computing.

In your CV, mention all the courses you have done in Physics, Applied Math, Numerical Methods, Scientific Computing, etc.

To work with me

The above advice is fairly general for anybody wanting to work in scientific computing, numerical solution of PDE, finite element methods, computational fluid dynamics, etc. If you want to work with me, you should be able to satisfy above requirements. In addition, you will have a better chance if you have worked with any of the following.