I do not have any open project staff positions at present.
MS/PhD students interested in joining my group should first qualify the written test/interview conduced by our department, usually twice a year. Do not email me directly for MS/PhD vacancies. The choice of a guide can only be made after the common selection process of the department is complete.
JRF/SRF candidates having prior experience in computational research, preferably fluid mechanics background may send me your CV by email [please avoid lengthy emails]. Candidates from branches like Chemical Engg., Metallurgical and Materials Engg., Mechanical Engg., Aerospace Engg. are also welcome to approach me.
I will not be able to commit to any undergraduate internships until March 2021. For summer of 2021, I will be able to respond only after there is some clarity and improvement in the COVID-19 situation. You may send me your CV by email, but DO NOT expect any reply from me at present.
Students approaching me for internship/project should have the following merits:
# Good overall academic record
# Good at Mathematical equations and number crunching.
# Good grades in Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena; keen interest in Physics
# Strong written and oral English communication skills
# Basic knowledge of MATLAB-like tools