Tag Archives: Steven Abel
Associate Professor Steven Abel is teaching students to use mathematical and computational tools to study cell biology in his new first-year seminar, Exploring COVID-19.
CBE Celebrates Faculty Promotions & Tenure for 2020
The Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering celebrates the promotions and tenure of Gila Stein and Steven Abel.
Shaping Membrane Vesicles by Adsorption of a Semiflexible Polymer
Steve Abel’s research group has discovered that polymer adsorption on membrane vesicles can significantly impact both polymer and vesicle shapes, […]
Abel Recognized with 2020 TCE Awards
Assistant Professor Steven Abel was recognized by the Tickle College of Engineering with a research award and a teaching award.
Steven Abel Receives Undergraduate Research Faculty Mentor of the Year Award
CBE Assistant Professor Steven Abel received an Undergraduate Research Faculty Mentor of the Year Award for the Tickle College of Engineering.
All Data All The Time for Abel
Associate Professor Steven Abel and his group create physical or mathematical models, helping researchers gain a better understanding of how cells behave.
Abel Receives 2018 NSF CAREER Award
Associate Professor Steven Abel was awarded the CAREER award, given by NSF in recognition of young faculty members making an impact in their field.
Faculty Feature: Steven Abel
Associate Professor Steven Abel’s research group uses theoretical and computational methods to understand how biological cells interact with their environment.