Anubhav Saxena

Program Leader at GE


Program Leader
General Electric
10,001+ employees; Public Company; Financial Services
January 2007 - Present

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS ? Enabled Seamless integration with different cultures and geographies across the world (US, Germany, Italy, Japan, China) and effectively guided technologists for accelerated proprietary technology development and creation of a competitive advantage. ? Led R&D activities for 10 direct reports in silicone synthesis and product development. Also managed indirectly the cross-functional teams (analytical, IP, manufacturing, sourcing, regulatory, finance etc) ? Created enhanced focus on broader, bigger programs driven by global customer needs. ? Enabled commercialization of 3 patented technologies for global and Indian markets. ? Intellectual property: Led efforts on pilot studies for identifying new opportunities for business; FTP and patentability analysis; competitive monitoring ? Managed portfolio to bring focus in driving the most important and biggest impact programs by monitoring deliverables, milestones, timelines and guided team to identify potential risks. ? Designed and executed organization initiatives for building capabilities and driving innovation culture by engaging and motivating team ? Established strategic relationships with key Universities and external partners across India for tapping talent pool and collaborative projects.

Lead Scientist
October 2006 - December 2007

o Progressed to Lead scientist through increased responsibilities that included technical mentorship, R & D planning, identifying new mega trends and resolved critical product development. o Proactively drove an Expert Forum (16 member team of diverse expertise) to develop out of box ideas for establishing future pipelines for business and demonstrate via proof-of-concept.

Research Scientist
October 2004 - September 2006

o Designed and synthesized new silicone monomers for thermoplastics; polymerization of hard and soft block copolymers; development of new applications and structure-property relationships

Post-doc fellow
Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Educational Institution; Higher Education
October 2002 - September 2004

Key words: polymer chemistry, silicon chemistry, weak non-covalent interactions, sensor, conformational behavior, nano-technology


Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
Synthetic polymer chemistry (Silicon polymers)
1998 - 2002

Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
Modern Methods of Chemical Analysis
1997 - 1998

Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee
Organic Chemistry
1995 - 1997

Indian Institute of Technology

Patents (9)

Free radical polymerizable compositions comprising ionic silicones
Anubhav Saxena, Sandeep Naik, Pranav Ramchandra Joshi, Alok Sarkar, Monjit Phukan
September 16, 2014: 08835583

Biodegradable polyorganosiloxane demulsifier composition and method for making the same
Monjit Phukan, Anubhav Saxena, Mayank Kumar Dubey, Antonio Palumbo, Kalman Koczo
July 15, 2014: 08779012

Curable compositions of ionic silicones
Anubhav Saxena, Srividhya Marimuthu, Pranav Ramchandra Joshi, Alok Sarkar
April 22, 2014: 08703881

Process for the manufacture of silicone ionomer
Anubhav Saxena, Alok Sarkar
April 15, 2014: 08697829

Hydrophilic silicone monomers, process for their preparation and thin films containing the same
Kendall Louis Guyer, Kenrick Martin Lewis, Sentihilkumar Umapathy, Anubhav Saxena, Yi Feng Wang
April 1, 2014: 08686099

Silicone compositions and methods for preparing them
Vikram Kumar, Mark D Leatherman, Suresh Rajaraman, Anubhav Saxena
March 4, 2014: 08664422

Silicone compositions and methods for preparing them
Vikram Kumar, Mark D Leatherman, Suresh Rajaraman, Anubhav Saxena
September 3, 2013: 08524934

Demulsifier compositions and methods for separating emulsions using the same (1 worldwide citation)
Benjamin Falk, Kalman Koczo, Monjit Phukan, Antonio Palumbo, Anubhav Saxena
June 12, 2012: 08198337

Polyorganosiloxane demulsifier compositions and methods of making the same (1 worldwide citation)
Anubhav Saxena, Monjit Phukan, Umapathy Senthilkumar, Ian Procter, Sigfredo Gonzalez, Kalman Koczo, Sabine Azouani, Vikram Kumar
October 4, 2011: 08030363

Connections (185)
Ganesh Kailasam
R&D, The Dow Chemical Company

Aniket Selarka
Module and Integration Yield Engineer at Intel Corporation

Subhadip Bodhak, Ph.D.
JSPS Postdoctoral Fellow at National Institute for Materials Science, Japan