Puneet Kumar Mishra earned his M.Tech (RF & Microwave) from IIT Roorkee in the year 2004. Since 2004 he is with U R Rao Satellite Centre, Bangalore. He has rich experience in RF characterization of 47 Satellites, 325 antennas, and radomes. He has indigenously developed C-Band, Ku-Band, and Ka-Band Compact range feeds to meet various requirements of ISRO’s satellite program. He has played a pivotal role in establishing a satellite-level EMC facility and Asia’s largest Magnetic Field Measurement Facility. He is also responsible for conceiving, conceptualizing and establishing World’s first compact range with a 10 m quiet zone. Presently, he is Heading Satellite Antenna Characterization, Test & Design Section of U R Rao Satellite Centre, ISRO, India. He has Received IETE-IRSI Young Scientist Awards in the year 2012, ISRO Young Scientist Award in the year 2013, ASI-ISRO Space Gold Medal in the year 2014, GE Foundation Award for Academic Excellence and Leadership (2002-2004), IEEE MGA Achievement Award 2017, and 6 best paper awards. He developed a payload to study the RF blackout phenomenon during re-entry of space vehicle. He has successfully developed Indigenous BusBars for High power satellites, which are used in multiple spacecraft. He has published more than 50 technical papers in international conferences and IEEE Transactions. He is a Senior Member of IEEE, a Fellow of IETE & IE(I), and a Life Member of ASI. He is a passionate Volunteer and served Bangalore Section in various capacities including Chair 2020 and India Council as 2017-2018 Vice-Chair (Industry Relations), 2019-2020 Secretary, and 2021-2020 Vice-Chair (Professional Activities). Presently he is serving as BoG IEEE AESS and Member of Global Committees of IEEE Industry Engagement, IEEE APS, and IEEE Technical Program Integrity Committee.