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    <b>Rohit Manchanda</b> spent his childhood in the coalfields of Jharkhand and did his doctorate from the University of Oxford. He is a professor at IIT Bombay where he researches computational neurophysiology and, in a parallel world, writes fiction. His first novel won a Betty Trask Award, was published with the title In the Light of the Black Sun. and is being republished titled A Speck of Coal Dust. His second novel, A Place in Mind (not yet published), won a Tibor Jones South Asia Prize. A third novel, The Enclave, is being published simultaneously with A Speck of Coal Dust. Manchanda’s teaching has won him several awards, including an INSA Teachers Award. He has also authored Monastery, Sanctuary, Laboratory, a history of IIT Bombay, and co-edited an academic monograph, Urinary Bladder Physiology: Computational Insights.
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