Aniruddha Nazre

Aniruddha Nazre
Harvard University | Harvard · Harvard Business School

BE; MS (Mech E); Ph.D. (Biomechanics); MBA

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Introduction
Aniruddha Nazre-CSO & EVP Digital Media Services Reliance Pvt Ltd Before SAP, Aniruddha Nazre worked for six years in the medical equipment industry, first in Zimmer, Inc., Bristol Myers and a division of Squib and then in Mathis AG (Synthes) in Switzerland. During this time, he managed to develop many new product lines and received 7 American and four European patents. Originally from Pune, Aniruddha Nazre had his schooling at St. Vincent's High School, and then graduated from COEP in Mechanical Engineering with BE in Mechanical Engineering in 1986, where Aniruddha Nazre was the gold medalist. After completing MS degree in Biomechanics from Michigan Technological University, he completed his doctoral degree in biomechanics from Hanover Medical Center in Germany. After years of working

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Aniruddha Nazre at Kleiner Perkins has 7 rules for software start-ups they consider funding. I was on a "future of software" panel at TiECon East yesterday with Aniruddha Nazre, partner at Kleiner Perkins. Several interesting trends emerged from the panel discussion, but the 7 rules synthesized everything for me.
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According to PWC survey done in December 2014, only 19% share of the American adult population is involved in sharing economy transaction.1000+ surveys were conducted, 72% would like to participate in the shared economy in the next 24 months. However, 69% say they will not trust the sharing of economy companies. To increase adoption and engender tr...
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The processing of high temperture thermoplastic polymers as a hot melt adhesive is one means of joining thermoplastics to metals. The presetn study establishes the role of processing in thermoplastic joining of a titanium alloy (Ti-6A1-4V) using thin flim poly(etherketoneetherketoneketone) (PEKEKK). A design of expriments (DOE) was performed to det...
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A biomechanical analysis was performed to determine if a minor limb length discrepancy alters lower extremity joint mechanics significantly and in a manner that could contribute to the development of joint abnormalities. Ten healthy subjects with equal limb lengths were recruited. Gait analysis was performed for both left and right sides to determi...
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A biomechanical analysis was performed to determine if a minor limb length discrepancy alters lower extremity joint mechanics significantly and in a manner that could contribute to the development of joint abnormalities. Ten healthy subjects with equal limb lengths were recruited. Gait analysis was performed for both left and right sides to determi...
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1997 – 1998 HARVARD UNIVERSITY Boston, MA 1988 – 1991 TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF HANOVER Hanover, Germany Ph.D. in Biomechanics. Thesis topic: “Optimization of a prosthesis for above-knee amputees”. Exchange scholar (similar to Fulbright scholar) of the German Academic Exchange Service 1987 -1988 MICHIGAN TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY Houghton, MI Master...
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Minor limb length anomalies of as much as half an inch are common in the general population. These have been ostensibly linked to back pain and osteoarthritis of the hip and knee; however, clinical studies have failed to validate causal association between these conditions. In this study a biomechanical simulation was performed to determine if a mi...
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A computerized technique, employing a motion analysis system and a force platform, was developed to analyze lateral bending behavior of subjects with normal and painful spines. Lateral bending was quantified using motion (angle and speed of rotation), force (ground reaction kinetics), and biomechanical behavior ("compliance" and "transfer mobility"...

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