Hello, I am in my second year of a physics degree and am trying to secure an engineering internship for the summer. I have passed the company's aptitude tests, group and written exercises, and an interview with HR. The final hurdle is a technical interview (and presentation) with the hiring manager. I was hoping that somebody here could provide some insight on what I should expect from a technical interview. For example, is it likely to be highly specific to the role I am applying for, or a broad investigation into how I approach problems? Obviously I have been reading about the specific field I am applying for, but it is not a subject directly covered on a physics course, so my specific knowledge is not going to be exceptionally strong. What exactly does the 'technical' part here mean? Thank you for any guidance you can give.