Qualified Engineer with BE(mechanical) and MS(Aerospace). Working as Senior Engineer - Space projects division,Alpha Design & Technologies,Bangalore. At present Deputed to ISRO satellite centre,Bangalore for Satellite project.
Father-General Manager (Retd), Canara Bank. Mother-Home maker.
Parents located at Madurai.
He completed his B.Tech (Mech) at NIT Trichy and his MS (ENGG) in Mechanical from The Ohio State University. Krishnan in his own words, I like spending time outdoors hiking and driving. Nonfiction literature and Ilayarajaa music are my partners at home. Religious and not superstitious.
We belong to an upper middle class with traditional values. I have a master's degree and employed in Amazon as a Software Engineer, based in California.
I would be staying in the US for a few years (~3 Years) and then plan to transfer/settle down in India. I am looking for a partner who is willing to return to India.
Between the hats of a startup's CTO and any other, what am I? A question that found its answer from half a decade of hikes. I call myself a storyteller; one with idiosyncratic idiocies of romance.
Calling swayed much, the age reflective of the sway. Early affinities to the medical science graduating through epigenetics, to machine learning.
A product parent amidst canine/feline, pride beams when Facebook calls it of worth. Trumpets aside, Tenreads has kept me engaged; picking the kid and running, the welcome norm.
I've had my fair share of inclinations towards my religious identity, the proclivity now a lax. The norm dictates a tiruman-Iyengar connect, I'm quite otherwise when it comes to that.
Bangalore has been the second home for about a year and a half now, food and coffee having never disappointed me. Parents' terrace garden is what splits me between places, the cook in me engaging in his deep slumber.
The Oxford comma snob does sneak in at times, only to find me smiling at the prescience. Something interests the puritan when it is the religion of filter coffee/languages. And, I am no exception I should agree.
When tips of icebergs are all you see, you break that ice before you further see. Silly alliterations and analogies out of the way, drop a note if you think we could have a good chat. One good coffee, a wise man once said, could open up the doors to a million others.