Gabriel Dylan Cutter
Graduate Student, EECS Department
NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
Room 13-3014
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Gabriel (Gabe) is a graduate research fellow in EQuS working on superconducting microwave infrastructure. He conducted research at Clemson University on MEMS devices as microwave sensors for biological cells and microparticles, collaborating with professors Pingshan Wang, Sarah Harcum, and Thompson Mefford. Gabe graduated from Clemson in 2023 with a B.S. in Computer Engineering and a B.S. in Economics. Gabe also has prior experience working with superconducting flex cables and qubits at MIT Lincoln Laboratory.

Outside of the lab, Gabe enjoys skiing, gardening, traveling, and activism.

Gabe is supported by the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.