Rakshit Mittal is a doctoral fellow in the Computer Science Department at Universiteit Antwerpen, Belgium. He works in the Modelling Simulation and Design Lab (MSDL) and is a member of the Antwerp Systems and Software Modelling (AnSyMo) Group in Flanders Make. He believes that learning is everywhere and it is up to the self to extract as much knowledge as possible without any prejudice. With this mantra he went from designing and testing satellite antennas in anechoic chambers, and editing music videos for some of the best rappers in India, to developing technology for the US Army in France.
Rakshit has authored a few papers in top-class journals and also presented his work in international conferences. He won the Best Paper Award for his work on proving program equivalence using Petri nets at ICSOFT 2021.
He does not profess any particular field of interest for research, but will grab any opportunity that promises to be exciting, wholesome, and educative. So far, he has worked in the domains of computer simulations, model-driven engineering, signal processing, hardware-software co-design, program equivalence, education, and radio-frequency antenna design.
He is currently residing in Antwerp, Belgium. When not working on his next scientific contribution in the laboratory, you could find him at one of the many local theatres and bars.
His mailing address is:
Office G.206, Department of Computer Science,
2020 Antwerp, Belgium
His CV is here.