Introducing Pointwise’s Summer Interns

Our full complement of summer interns has reported for the summer and we’d like to introduce them to you.

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Pointwise’s Summer Interns 2017 (left to right): Brian Ta, Sydney Wood, Christian Atwood, Brian Zdeb

Brian Ta is majoring in computer science with a minor in math at Texas A&M University where he’ll be a senior when he returns in the fall. He’s working in our Product Development team and writing code for our new grid import plugin SDK that will give you the ability to write your own mesh importer. You can read all about Brian in his This is How I Mesh profile.

Sydney Wood will be a senior at Texas Christian University this fall where she’s a dual major in entrepreneurial management and sociology. She’s working in our Business and Administrative Services team, helping with upcoming events and maintaining our customer relationship management system. Sydney is considering law school after graduation.

Christian Atwood is a recent high school graduate who plans to attend Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in the fall where he’ll begin his pursuit of a degree in aerospace engineering with a minor in computer science. Christian is working in our Technical Support team and contributing to our quality assurance testing.

Brian Zdeb comes to us from Caltech where he’s majoring in mechanical engineering with an expected graduation in June of 2018. Working in our Technical Support team, Brian is generating a mesh for an upcoming wind energy conference and is assisting the other engineers on the team by researching customers’ issues.

Not pictured above is Andrew Jefferies, a music dance theater major from Brigham Young University (planned graduation 2020) , who is working in our Business and Administrative Services team. Andrew also interned with us last summer so his This Is How I Mesh profile is already online. So far, Andrew is the only Pointwise intern who has sung their end-of-summer presentation.

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4 Responses to Introducing Pointwise’s Summer Interns

  1. Muhammet Arslan says:

    How can i an intern in your company ? Please inform me. Thank u

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