- Research Assistant
Guy Satat is a PhD student and research assistant in the Camera Culture group at the MIT Media Lab. His interests include imaging through scattering, time-resolved imaging, compressive imaging, and medical imaging. He holds a Master’s degree from the MIT Media Lab. His Master’s thesis proposed two novel radiation-free medical imaging technologies. He graduated with honors from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, where he obtained a BSc in both Electrical Engineering and Physics.
Guy’s PhD research includes novel methods for imaging through tissue and fog using visible light, developing new sensing technologies and computational techniques. He continues to develop extreme imaging methods for radiation-free medical imaging, and hopes to expand this to other domains, such as autonomous vehicles that can drive in challenging weather conditions.