Katherine Louise Bouman is an American engineer and computer scientist working in the field of computer imagery. She led the development of an algorithm for imaging black holes, known as Continuous High-resolution Image Reconstruction using Patch priors, and was a member of the Event Horizon Telescope team that captured the first image of a black hole. As of June 2019, she is an assistant professor of computing and mathematical sciences at the California Institute of Technology.
|Born:||Katherine Louise Bouman, 1989/1990(age 30–31)|
|Fields:||Computer vision, machine learning|
|Institutions:||California Institute of Technology, Harvard University|
|Education:||Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Michigan|
|Thesis:||Extreme Imaging via Physical Model Inversion: Seeing Around Corners and Imaging Black Holes|
|Known for:||CHIRP algorithm|
|Youtube:||Katie Bouman's Youtube channel|
About Katie Bouman
American computer scientist specializing in the field of imaging. She is best recognized for having been a key part of the Event Horizon Telescope Tam that captured the first image of a black hole in 2019.
She studied electrical engineering at the University of Michigan where she graduated summa cum laude in 2011. She then earned her master's and doctoral degree in electrical engineering and computer science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She then joined Harvard University as a postdoctoral fellow on the Event Horizon Telescope Team.
She is known for having been a member of the Haystack Observatory and was also supported as a student by the National Science Foundation's Graduate Fellowship program.
She was born and raised in West Lafayette, Indiana. Her father Charles Bouman was a professor of electrical and computer engineering at Purdue University.
She was offered a faculty position at the California Institute of Technology as an assistant professor where fellow alumni and professors include Kip Thorne and fellow computer scientist John McCarthy.
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