Gabe Seymour is an optics Ph.D. student focusing on using Volumetric Additive Manufacturing (VAM), a new 3D printing technique, to create high-quality, flexible lenses for in vivo medical imaging. Gabe received a BS in Physics from West Chester University and a BS in Electrical Engineering from Columbia University. As an undergraduate, he worked on multiple research projects including light scattering simulations, many-agent robot system simulations, and laser food cooking.
- NSF GRFP Honorable Mention
- GAANN Fellowship (2021-2022)
- Excellence Fellowship, CU Boulder, ECEE Department (2020)
- Boeing Scholarship, Columbia University (2019)
- Richard and Jeanette Merrion Scholarship, West Chester University (2018)
- Robert M. Brown Scholarship, West Chester University (2018)
- Award for Future Excellence in Physics, West Chester University (2017)
- Pennsylvania Board of Governors Scholarship (2017)
- Future Leader in STEM Scholarship (2015)
- Blutinger J. D., Liu E., Tsai A., Seymour G., Meijers Y., Lipson H. "Adventures in software-based cooking." Proceedings of the 30th Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium. (accepted)
- Walters S., Zallie J., Seymour G., Pan Y., Videen G., Aptowicz K. B., 2019. "Characterizing the size and absorption of single nonspherical aerosol particles from angularly-resolved elastic light scattering." Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy & Radiative Transfer. 224, 439-444.
- Blutinger J. D., Tsai A., Storvick E., Seymour G., Liu E., Samarelli, N., Karthik S., Meijers Y., Lipson H., 2021. "Precision cooking for printed foods via multiwavelength lasers." Npj Science of Food, 5(1).