I have completed a Master's in Pure Mathematics. I have read topics like Abstract Algebra, Linear Algebra, Functional Analysis, Topology, Cryptography, Course in C++, etc.
Recently I found an advertisement hiring for the post of Junior Research fellow in Mathematics (advertised as Mathematics/Applied Mathematics) in the Space Applications Center.
As I wanted to see how pure mathematics can be used in space I applied to that post.
Now they have selected me for an interview on the basis of my academic qualifications, my awards and fellowships.
I feel confused. My questions are as follows:
- What to expect in an interview for the Space Application Center for the posts of JRF in Mathematics?
- What are the things a student of Pure Mathematics can bring to them to get a chance to work in the Space Application Center?
- What are the topics that can be useful?
I know there are many who are working as space scientists on this site.