Hi All, I'm a PhD student in Computational Condensed Matter who is pursuing postdocs in fields closer to industry and semiconductor physics. I have a couple interviews for these positions and I was wondering if anyone could give me some advice on what to expect and how to prepare. My current plan of action is to try and get as cursory a background I can in their field (since it's a little different from my own) with an eye towards being able to have a qualitative conversation about it, and then to go through their publication record and pick out what I think are probably their most prestigious publication as well as a couple of their most recent ones and then read them and make some notes about them. Is this the way to go about it? Are they likely to ask me a lot about their field (I have not misrepresented myself, they know I am from a more theoretical condensed matter background)? The bulk of my work for them will be to use a specific computational method which I am not an expert with, should I focus on understanding this method better? What kind of things will I be asked? Will they focus more on my current work? I know it's a lot of questions but I'd appreciate any advice.