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Hosting students as summer interns is one of the highlights of our year. They bring fresh ideas and energy that elevates everyone's work. That's true even this summer with "work from home" interns as we continue to deal with COVID-19. (It's still better than last year when we had no interns because of the pandemic.) Plus we learned decades ago to never underestimate what these students can accomplish. Each year they make significant contributions that help advance the product.
All three of our interns had started work by early June so this this introduction is a little late (my fault). You'll hear more about these students and their work here in Fort Worth when I share their end-of-summer presentations. For now, we're proud to introduce them.
Mayank is a Ph.D. student in the Gas Turbine Simulation Laboratory at the University of Cincinnati. Prior to coming to UC he earned his undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering at NIT Calicut in India. He's looking forward to finishing his Ph.D. and getting a job writing CFD codes for aerospace applications. But before that, he's working on our R&D team on elliptic PDE methods for structured surface grids to provide better control of clustering and orthogonality at the boundaries.
Sarah Hope is a 4th year senior at Arizona State where she's majoring in Computer Science with a minor in Innovation in Society. She has not yet decided on what her future holds after graduating in May 2022. She is contributing to the development and testing of Pointwise software. This includes writing and testing C/C++ code along with Python and Glyph scripts while in the process gaining an understanding of CFD mesh generation.
Logan just completed his undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering at Washington University in St. Louis and will be continuing his education there in the fall as part of a 5-year master's degree program. Logan is working with our team of applications engineers on - what else? - applied mesh generation. More specifically, he is assisting with customer support cases and performing quality assurance and user testing on the software.
If you're interested in an internship next summer, watch this space. We usually begin accepting resumes in January.