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Dr Anshu

Dr Anshu
Assistant Professor

Phd Mathematics, Banasthali University
MTech – Computer Science,
MSc Mathematics, Banasthali University, Rajasthan

Dr Anshu is working as an Assistant Professor in Department of Applied Sciences and completed her Ph.D. from Banasthali University, India in Applied Mathematics, 2016. She did MTech in Computer Science and M.Sc. in Mathematics from Banasthali University in 2007 and 2009 and since then she has been serving several Institutions for graduate courses, particularly Geeta Group of Institutions (2009-2011), Samalkha Group of Institutions and Rameesh Group of Institutions Greater Noida (2011-2012). She has secured 1st position in M.Tech Computer Science for the year 2008 by Banasthali Vidyapith. She has been awarded 2nd prize in M.Sc from Banasthali Vidyapith in 2007 and 1st prize for securing highest marks in BSc Mathematics for academic 2002-2005 and also awarded for academic excellence for the same. She has also been awarded as a Meritorious student by Kurukshetra University for the year 2003 and various scholarships for the same.

Her Ph.D. Dissertation “Excursion of Graph Structures through Algorithms” under the guidance of Associate Prof. Dr. Deepa Sinha. She has actively participated in various National Workshops sponsored by DST on Inventory Modeling, Discrete Mathematics and Mathematical Modeling in the year 2009-2011. She also participated in National Seminar on NRSTC at Banasthali Vidyapith and ‘Visiting Students Study Program’, (higher mathematics) at Harish Chandra Research Institute, Allahabad. She has one year industrial experience at STMicroelectronics, Greater Noida where she works as an application manager and works on REMEDY and EPM tool by IBM. She is also a part of ART of LIVING family since 2009 and actively participating in meditation. She has several research papers to her account in journals of high impact factor.

Area of Expertise: Discrete Mathematics, Graph Theory, Algorithm Development, Computational techniques.

Last Updated: Wednesday, 01 March 2017 12:26