Milo’s work focuses on patent prosecution for high-tech and analytical systems in the fields of software, artificial intelligence & machine learning, neural networks, encryption and security, virtual & augmented reality, wireless and GSM protocols, computing networks, smart and IoT devices, tomography, and computer modeling.
Prior to joining Pearl Cohen, Milo conducted research at MIT’s neuroscience and astrophysics labs. During his time in the astrophysics lab, Milo developed software for a network of radio telescopes to study gamma background radiation to observe the Universe’s past, including the Big Bang. In the neuroscience lab, Milo developed imaging techniques for studying the resonant frequency patterns of whisker motion for tactile sensory exploration in rodents. With this broad background, Milo has a particular interest in systems that explore or contribute to any physical phenomena.