Currently, I am a senior undergrad student studying Electrical and Computer Engineering at NYIT. I am planning on applying to Ph.D. programs in applied math. My current GPA is 3.31. One of the math professors I’ve been researching with for the past year (preparing to publish a paper on mathematical modeling in fluid dynamics), and who has promised to write me a powerful letter. The second one from my Modern Physics professor and is fairly strong (I was the only one to score an A in his class amidst the COVID outbreak, which he mentioned in the letter). My third rec letter is from the other math professor I’ve been training on numerical analysis and writing me a strong letter. I’ve also presented my research on fluid dynamics at the APS conference, NYU, and other small symposiums.
I’m a first-generation international college student from Morocco. I plan on taking the GRE by the end of this month and confident of scoring well (most schools are waiving it). I am interested in researching fluid dynamics, developing fast algorithmic frameworks and their application to various physical phenomena, notably fluid-structure interactions. I would appreciate if you could evaluate my chances of getting into the following applied math Ph.D. programs:
- New Jersey Institute Of Technology
University Of Washington
Here a link to my research if you'd have the kindness to take a look https://drive.google.com/file/d/1zNr1Om ... 2xFZ/view . I would appreciate an honest evaluation to know where I'm standing and prepare for my next move.