Gabe Cutter researches sensors as he charts a path to graduate school

March 30, 2022

When Gabe Cutter was trying to decide where he would go to college, he had some choices. He picked Clemson University because he could get the in-state tuition, play in the marching band and chart a course for graduate school.

He is well on his way.

Gabe Cutter

Gabe, now a junior with a double major in computer engineering and economics, has distinguished himself as a standout student in and out of the lab.

Even before freshman year started, Gabe began conducting research under Dr. Pingshan Wang through the Eureka! program. It has turned into a multi-year project. The team is developing high-frequency sensors that electrically measure individual cells.

Gabe’s early start and hard work are paying off. He received the highly competitive Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship in 2021, and he became a published researcher in March.

Gabe and Dr. Wang joined three other Clemson researchers in co-authoring “A Systematic Method to Explore Radio-Frequency Non-Thermal Effect on the Growth of Saccharomyces Cerevisiae.” The article ran in the IEEE Journal of Electromagnetics, RF and Microwaves in Medicine and Biology.

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