Anshuman Sahu

I came in contact with the beautiful subject of complexity science while reading the book “The Web of Life” written by Dr. Fritjof Capra. I have an earnest desire to apply the concepts of complexity science in designing and managing engineering systems. With this view in mind, I have joined this esteemed group of talented people.



  • Bachelor of Technology in Production and Industrial Engineering, Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad, India (fall 2002-summer 2006) Cumulative Point Index- 8.83/10.
  • Higher secondary education, Buxi Jagabandhu Bidyadhar college (Affiliated to Council of Higher Secondary Education, Orissa) Aggregate percentage- 92.1 %.
  • Secondary school education, Buxi Jagabandhu English Medium school (Affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education, India) Aggregate percentage- 88.2 %

Professional Experience

  • Assistant manager (from March 2007 to June 2007) in cab & cowl factory, Tata Motors Ltd. 
    • Involved in kaizen projects to improve the productivity of cab assembly line on a continuous basis.
  • Graduate Engineer Trainee at Tata Motors Ltd., Jamshedpur from July 2006 to March 2007.
    • Involved in a six sigma project to control the angle between the center-line of keyway and the first cam during the finishing operation of camshaft in LANDIS cam grinding machine.
    • Involved in the Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) for the local vendors.


  • Developed software for “Maintenance Scheduling of Electrical Power Systems Using Genetic Algorithms” as part of the course curriculum for final year undergraduate project.
  • Developed a mathematical model for cutting force and thrust force experienced during the Magnetic Abrasive Finishing of ferromagnetic and non-ferromagnetic stainless steel workpiece under Professor V.K.Jain, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (May 2005-July 2005).
  • Developed a model of computer mouse using masterCAM as part of summer training (June- July 2004) at Central Tool Room and Training Centre (CTTC), Bhubaneswar - an Indo-Danish joint venture.


  • A. Sahu, and R. Tapadar, “Solving the Assignment Problem Using Genetic Algorithm and Simulated Annealing.” Proceedings of International Multiconference of Engineers and Computer Scientists (IMECS), 20-22 June 2006, Hong-Kong. (Also selected for publication in IAENG International Journal of Applied Mathematics, Volume 36, Issue 1, March 2007, pages 37-40.)

Software Skill

  • Programming in C, AutoLISP
  • CAD softwares: AutoCAD-2004, masterCAM.
  • Other softwares: MATLAB, MAXWELL, LINGO, AMPL.

Honors and Awards

  • Merit scholarship for securing highest position in my department in the year 2003-04.
  • Higher Secondary Examination State rank 16 (Council of Higher Secondary Education, 2001, Orissa).
  • Recipient of Silver medal in Regional Mathematical Olympiad (RMO) 1999, Orissa (stood second in the entire state).
  • Recipient of National Merit Scholarship for securing full marks in science in All India Secondary School examination, 1999.
  • Recipient of the Governor’s Scout Award (Rajya Puraskar) for camping-skills, social and community service in 1997.

Areas of interest

I am particularly interested in mysticism (eastern philosophy), and I would like to study it deeply. Apart from that, I am also interested in mathematics and its applications. On technological front, I want to study the effects of technology, and how it can be utilised better for upliftment of the society.

Anshuman Sahu
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