Milad Khosravi Mardakheh (b.1991) is an Iranian composer, sound-artist, programmer and researcher. He has an undergraduate background in computer engineering, and has been an eclectic musician and composer of various styles and genres for over 15 years, namely Rock/Metal, Film/Theatre, Contemporary Classical, Acousmatic, Experimental Electronic and Computer music. He continued his postgraduate studies in music composition, and acquired an MMus in Composition at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in 2017, and a PhD in Composition at the University of Birmingham in 2021. His research focuses on the sonification of data, and the composition/performance of data music using bespoke tools in Max/MSP.
In recent years, Mardakheh’s work has been presented and published in various International conferences/symposiums as well as music festivals, radio programs and concerts including NIME 2020 (International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression), ICMC 2021 (International Computer Music Conference), klingt gut! KLG 2020/21 (International Symposium on Sonic Art and Spatial Audio), annual International BEAST (Birmingham Electroacoustic Sound Theatre) Music Festivals 2018-2021, Reform Radio and Royal College of Music in Stockholm (Kungl. Musikhögskolan).