Sudhir Chadha is a graduate of IIT Kanpur, andobtained his doctorate in theoretical physics at the University of Oxford where he was a Rhodes Scholar. He then pursued research in theoretical particle physics first at the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen (as a Royal Society European Fellow), then at Centre d’Etudes de Nucleaire a Saclay in Paris, CERN (European Organisation for Nuclear research) in Geneva, and the University of Oxford. He has published over 25 papers in international journals. His main research interests were (are) in fundamental physics, unified theories, and the structure of the Higgs boson. He is also the author (with H. B. Nielsen) of the so-called Nielsen-Chadha theorem on symmetry breaking in nonrelativistic systems. Following his academic career in physics, Sudhir joined IBM UK, and became a consulting Partner in the IBM Global Business Services Division specializing in supply chain management, innovation, and project management. He executed major projects in the manufacturing industry with many clients including Rolls-Royce Aeroengines, Caterpillar, Honda Motors, and Rover Automobiles. About seven years ago Sudhir returned to academia (again!) to teach supply chain and project management at the University of Warwick UK as well as part-time at the IIMB (as an adjunct faculty).
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