Kotaro Moriyama

JSPS Overseas Research Fellowship My research interest is structure of black-hole spacetime. I observationally and theoretically study methodologies of black hole spacetime with the Event Horizon Telescope.
Office Phone 617-715- 5801
Other Phone 603-484-9672

I was born and educated in Japan. I received my undergraduate degree in Physics from Osaka University in 2013. I received master and doctor degrees in Astrophysics from Kyoto University in 2015 and 2018.  I became a Postdoctoral Fellow at the National Astrophysical Observatory of Japan and MIT Haystack Observatory.

Spotlight Projects
The black hole M87
Event Horizon Telescope

The Event Horizon Telescope is obtaining images of nearby supermassive black holes with ultra-high angular resolution to see down to the scale of the event horizon.