Ayan Nandy

M.Tech (Computer Science) 2nd Year student
Indian Statistical Institute
203 B.T. Road
Kolkata 700 108.
+91 9433891288.
e-mail: idaaning@gmail.com

Work Experience

Senior Lecturer at the Department of Industrial Engineering, IIT Kharagpur (5/2007-7/2009)
Post Doctoral Business Research Fellow at the Indian School of Business, Hyderabad (5/2004-9/2006)
Software Engineer at HCL Technologies India Pvt. Ltd., Gurgaon (7/1997-6/1999)


Study of spectral parameters of a network of spread of malaria to identify the optimal strategy for presumptive treatment, International Conference on Social Network Analysis and Applications SNA2009, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND DEVELOPMENT STUDIES, New Delhi 2009.
Use of GIS to analyze the priority to far edge residents for presumptive treatment to control the spread of malaria, Proceedings (abstract), 7th Annual International Conference, Map India 2004, New Delhi, 2004.
Application of GIS in healthcare using asymmetric isochrones and different digitized planar curves (with S. P. Mondal), 6th Annual International Conference, Map India 2003, New Delhi, 2003.

Youth Forum, Schools attended

Represented India at the Copenhagen Consensus Youth Forum 2004 at Copenhagen, Denmark which was organized by the Environment Assessment Institute, Denmark and sponsored by Danish Environment Ministry and other foundations like The Economist
Attended the Oresund Summer University for a course on Geo-Information Systems, Lund University, Sweden, July - August, 2002. Presented a report titled "Use of GIS for identification of suitable location for new libraries in a district" at Lund University

Favourite links

Hex: A board game Hex is a two-player game invented by Piet Hein in 1942 while a student at Niels Bohr's Institute for Theoretical Physics. In 1949, Nash showed using a reductio ad absurdum proof that there is always a winning strategy for the first player on an nxn board of any size. However, this provides only an existence proof.
An index of some famous curves This has been one of my favourite sites for more than a decade.
Some grooks by Piet Hein We are taught to live, we are taught to feel, we are taught to conform and conceal. We are taught so well what we ought to feel that we can not feel what we feel.
Some nice puzzles you can keep with you while you are on a long journey and sudoku won't suffice Nick's Mathematical Puzzles
Autobiography of Daniel Kahneman, winner of the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel in 2002 I love this autobiography. "The questions that interested me in my teens were philosophical - the meaning of life, the existence of God, and the reasons not to misbehave. But I was discovering that I was more interested in what made people believe in God than I was in whether God existed, and I was more curious about the origins of people's peculiar convictions about right and wrong than I was about ethics. "
A news magazine which gives reliable analysis of current national as well as world affairs by experts in the fields of economics, political sciences, finance, sociology, science and technology, law and order
Stories of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle
Sunday Book Review of the New York Times. You can find the Best Sellers list of Hardcover Fiction, Non Fiction and many other categories
Ravi Shankar & Yehudi Menuhin from their album "West Meets East" This album fetched them the Grammy Award for Best Chamber Music Performance in 1967
A good place to look for reviews, news, trailers of films deemed good enough by the NYT film critics
An interview of Robert Aumann by his student Sergiu Hart

Last modified at 7:30PM, 10th November 2010
by Ayan