Rohan has a PhD in computer science from Harvard, a BS from Cornell, and was a postdoctoral fellow at MIT. His research on distributed systems and his thesis on whitespaces networking have won multiple awards and fellowships resulting in published papers and patents.
He was also a junior fellow at the Society of Fellows at Harvard, which includes among its fellows Nobel laureates Amartya Sen, Wally Gilbert, among others. He was the second computer scientist selected to the society in its 80+ year history, after Marvin Minsky, the father of artificial intelligence.
Rohan is also the founder of the Murty Classical Library of India, a non-profit on a 100+ year mission to showcase Indian classics of the past two millennia to the world. Billed as one of the largest and most complex translation efforts in the world, MCLI has been featured in the New York Times, Bloomberg, Forbes, and Wall Street Journal, among other platforms.