Milad Siami is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Northeastern University, Boston, MA.

From 2017 to 2019, Milad was a postdoctoral associate at the Institute for Data, Systems, and Society (IDSS) at MIT. Before joining MIT, he completed two undergraduate degrees in theoretical mathematics and electrical engineering specialized in control systems at the Sharif University of Technology (Iran) and also received a master's degree in electrical engineering specialized in control systems.

During his time at Sharif, he was also an exchange student in the Mechanical and Environmental Informatics department of the Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan). Later, he was a graduate fellow at Lehigh University (Pennsylvania) where he earned another master's degree and Ph.D. in mechanical engineering specialized in control systems.

During his doctorate, Milad was a long-term visiting researcher at the Institute for Mathematics and Its Applications (IMA, Minnesota) and then worked as a software engineering research intern in the modeling and data mining group at Google NYC. His research interests include distributed control systems, networked systems, and network science. His primary focus is on revealing the foundational role of underlying structure/graph of large-scale dynamical networks.