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I am Rohan Chandratre, an Aerospace Engineer with roots in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. Born in Nashik, India, my early love for technology and the cosmos has fueled a dynamic career path.

From leading a groundbreaking team to develop an internationally recognized Underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) at Newcastle University to enhancing automotive manufacturing processes at Rhythmsoft Robotics and Automation, my path has been driven by innovation. My work has not only yielded significant productivity gains but also earned accolades like the Guts and Glory Award at the MATE ROV Championship and a nomination for the Rising Star Award at Siemens Mobility.

Pursuing my dream to contribute to space exploration, I specialized in Space Systems Engineering at the University of Michigan. There, I immersed myself in cutting-edge research and projects such as developing VROOM spacecraft with NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), pioneering space technology projects like miniaturizing Ion Mass Spectrometer for studying the Sun at Space Physics Research Laboratory (SPRL), and leading initiatives for Nationwide Eclipse Ballooning Project (NEBP) at Michigan eXploration Laboratory (MXL). My efforts have been recognized with the prestigious Martin & Anne Sichel Award.

 I occasionally also write a blog. There, I express my love for philosophy and psychology. Over the past years I have established an international network of engineers, software developers, researchers, industrialists, innovators, investors, designers, and writers whom I regularly collaborate with on multiple projects. 


At my core, I'm driven by a vision to help transform humanity from information abundance to resource abundance, striving to make a meaningful impact on humanity's future and fulfilment.

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Footage of Earth from our CubeSat | MXL

Footage of Earth from our CubeSat | MXL



The love and support I’ve been receiving is overwhelming.

Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

"Dream is not something that you see in your sleep but that which doesn't let you sleep"

Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

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