Dec 2011: PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
Operations Research (Algorithms for solving monotone variational inequalities) Rele- vant course work: Deterministic and stochastic models in operations research, Linear programming, Non-linear programming, Integer programming, Network models and algorithms, Introduction to game theory, Mathematical analysis.
May 2005: B. Tech., Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, B. Tech. Production and Industrial Engineering. Relevant coursework: Operations Research courses offered by mechanical engineering and mathematics departments.
Research Interests: Deterministic optmization (Linear and non linear programming), AI applications, Collaborative AI.
1. Oct 2019 - Present: Collab AI for process transformation.
2. 2017 - 2018 : IBM Watson recruitment (Research lead to provide AI innovation for job candidate matching)
3. July 2014 - 2016: An assortment of talent mobility and smarter workforce initiatives (Sucsession planning, Outplacement, Hiring Analytics, Recruitment process benchmarking etc.)
4. April 2012 - July 2014: Smarter Workforce Technologies for Contact Centers. Developed and delivered a workforce management system for planning and scheduling of call and contact centers.