Uday Menon

ASSOCIATE LECTURER IN DISCIPLINE OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND OPERATIONS RESEARCH

309 S.W. Mudd 
Mail Code 4721

Tel(646) 522-1617

Uday Menon has over 25 years of industry experience, most recently as a Big Data architect, helping organizations acquire competitive advantage by leveraging their operational data to improve decision making. His expertise spans the full spectrum of skills from ETL to Analytics. He worked as an Individual contributor who conceived technology solutions and lead teams to implement and deliver them.

Menon has a great interest in leveraging his industry experience in the classroom, teaching courses in Data Analytics, Data Science and a wide variety of Big Data technologies. He is an excellent communicator who can convey the essence of complex concepts using simple but powerful design oriented language, drawing from real-world examples. Menon received his PhD in Decision Sciences from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign in July 1992, PGDM from IIM Calcutta in 1981, and B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from IIT Kanpur in June 1977.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Associate Lecturer in Discipline, Department of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, Columbia University. 2019-
  • Adjunct Professor, Department of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, Columbia University. 2018-2019
  • Consultant, Datastax Inc., 2018 - 2019
  • Managing Director, Doran Jones Inc. 2015 – 2017
  • Vice President, Barclays Capital Inc. 2009 - 2015
  • Senior Developer, GFI Group. 2008 – 2009
  • Associate Director, UBS. 2006 – 2007
  • Consultant, JP Morgan. 2000 – 2006
  • Senior Developer, Avesta Technologies Inc. 1997- 2000
  • Consultant, Morgan Stanley. 1994 – 1996
  • Associate, Booz Allen & Hamilton. 1991 – 1994
  • Adjunct Professor, New York University. 1990 - 1991

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

  • Association of Computing Machinery (ACM)

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • Michael J. Shaw, Uday C. Menon “Knowledge-Based Manufacturing Quality Management: A Qualitative Reasoning Approach,” Decision Support Systems 6, 59-81, (1990).