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Onkar Pathak

250 West Glenn Avenue Apartment # 36 (334)332-1403


Auburn, AL 36830 ocp0002@auburn.edu
Linked In profile: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/onkar-pathak/10/470/775

OBJECTIVE:
Seeking a full time position where I can apply my technical knowledge and skills for continuous improvement.

EDUCATION:
Auburn University, Auburn, AL Oct 2010
Master of Industrial and Systems Engineering,
GPA: 3.58/4.0

University of Pune, Pune, India July 2007


Bachelor of Engineering (Production),
GPA: 3.60/4.0

RELEVANT COURSE WORK:


Simulation Modeling and Analysis Manufacturing and Production Economics
Lean Manufacturing Ergonomics
Six sigma Scheduling and Project Management
Quality and Process Improvement Automotive Manufacturing Processes
Advanced Engineering Statistics Offline and Online Quality Control
Linear Programming and Network Flows IT for Operations

EXPERIENCE:
Project Intern July 2010 – Present
Briggs and Stratton Corporation
 Used SMED methodology to achieve quick changeovers of tooling
 Reduced setup time by up to 60%.

Graduate Teaching Assistant Jan 2010 – May 2010


Auburn University
 Assisted a professor in teaching a graduate level course in Simulation Modeling and Analysis
 Developed simulation models and demonstrated it to graduate students.

Graduate Research Assistant Jan 2009 – Dec 2009


Auburn University
 Developed simulation and process control model for Hot Mix Asphalt production process
 Analyzed statistical data to develop and refine simulation model
 Conducted experiments of simulation model to study the effect of alternate configurations

Graduate Management Trainee/Engineering Trainee Aug 2007 – Aug 2008


Garware Polyester Ltd., India
 Analyzed workplaces for reducing work cycle time of operations
 Participated in Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) activity
 Trained in various departments including safety, production planning and control, finance,
business development
 Participated in meetings with top level executives regarding business development and production
expansion plans

Project Intern July 2006 - July 2007


Kalyani Forge Ltd., India
 Designed a Roll forging machine which replaced conventional forging operation
 Eliminated conventional edging operation by introducing new Roll Forging Method
 Achieved a raw material saving of 13% and reduction in scrap loss by 8%
 Reduced the cost of forging operation by estimated USD 3000 per year
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Onkar Pathak
250 West Glenn Avenue Apartment # 36 (334)332-1403
Auburn, AL 36830 ocp0002@auburn.edu
Linked In profile: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/onkar-pathak/10/470/775

ACADEMIC PROJECTS:
Earthquake Relief Operation Jan 2010 - May 2010
 Developed a database for a simulated earthquake relief operation
 Introduced the concept of automated donation tracking and donor communications.

Six Sigma Project Jan 2009 - May 2009


 Analyzed the case study of six sigma implementation in Galvanized Steel Production in
TATA Steel Ltd.
 Presented the report in a class of 40 students

Lean Manufacturing Aug 2008 – Dec 2008


 Presented various case studies including Just in time, 5S, Kanban, etc. on Lean Manufacturing to a class
of 50 students

Ergonomics Aug 2009 – Dec 2009


 Performed ergonomic risk analysis for stress involved in box lifting operation.
 Suggested improvements by providing ergonomic and monetary justifications.

CERTIFICATIONS:
Six Sigma Green Belt Certified from Institute of Industrial Engineers

SOFTWARE SKILLS
Programming Software: MATLAB, VBA, LINGO, Excel Macros, SQL
Simulation and statistical software: Auto Mod, Arena, Minitab, SAS, SIMIO,
Other Software: Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Power Point, Microsoft
Access, Auto CAD

AFFILIATION:
Member – Institute of Industrial Engineers
Member – Indian Institute of Production Engineers

REFERENCES:
Available upon request

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