How to get a job, or some informal tips for job-seeking. Not a comprehensive list by far, just some general observations and opinions to help you out.
Engineers and mathematicians both love to speak about convergence, often confusing the everloving waste out of each other. Read here to avoid that fate.
You’ve seen the textbook example of skin effect in rectangular slot-bound conductors. But what happens when the textbook is (slightly) wrong?
Elsewhere in FEAsphere: failure modes, and how and why they are indeed uncertain. Plus stochastics in buckling, and some collaboration in the making.
I’ve started publishing my work in SMEKlib – An Open Source 2D FEA Library for Electric Machines in Matlab. Click here for more info!
Everybody faces issues with the management at some point. These problems can be managed with proper communication, and by offering solutions.
Conclusion of the Electromechanics Survey. Common issues identified for the people on this awesome field – future posts will address the key problems.
Getting swarmed by a million tasks to do? Feel like you’re getting nothing done? Check out some tips on how to avoid being overburdened, and get stuff done.
SMEKlib – a Matlab library for analysing electrical machines – to be published OpenSource in the near future. Plus some other news.
Today is the International Day for Failure. Here’s why you should take a moment or two to contemplate everything you ever did wrong.