Miller retired from the position
of Senior Research Scientist in
the MIT Department of Nuclear
Engineering in 1996.
He is now Senior Scientist
Emeritus at both the MIT Center
for International Studies, where
he is a member of the Security
Studies Program, and the Nuclear
Trained as a physicist, he
was a tenured Associate Professor
of Electrical Engineering at
conducting research on
laser theory and applications
before joining MIT in 1976.
At MIT his principal
activities have been in the areas
of nuclear arms control and the
environmental impacts of energy
use. In arms control, his major
regional interests are the Middle
East and South Asia. From 1984-86,
Dr. Miller was on leave from MIT
to serve with the U.S. Arms
Control & Disarmament Agency
(ACDA) and, after returning to
MIT, he continues in that capacity
with the State Department.
He also has been a
consultant for the International
Atomic Energy Agency, the U.S.
Department of Energy and Los
Alamos and Livermore National
He is the author of more
than 80 publications in the fields
of laser theory and applications,
energy, and arms control.