Dr Subramaniam, eminent mathematician & founder director of General Motors passes away


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Dr T N Subramaniam, an eminent mathematician of Indian origin who was a founder and director of American auto giant General Motors, passed away at the age of 76.

Subramaniam migrated to the US in 1979. He was renowned in academic circles in India and the US, leaving behind a rich legacy of mathematical models and theories for the world of maths. Later, he founded the Route One company for the automotive manufacturing company, which handles auto-financing for all GM cars and GPS systems.

He was hired by General Motors to build mathematical models for GM cars. He was the architect of the server for the site for General Motors in Troy, Michigan, in the U.S.

Before venturing into the corporate world, he dedicated several years to teaching Maths at Philadelphia University, followed by a tenure at Oakland where he continued his passion for education.

Dr. Subramaniam is survived by his wife, daughter, and son-in-law, who are actively involved in serving the Biden administration in Maryland, US. He also leaves behind a brother, TN Ashok, an international blogger known for TNA Talk and a former Editor Economics at Press Trust of India.

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