Daniel Sabo

Ph.D., Inorganic Chemistry, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012
B.S., Chemistry, Rowan University, 2006

Research Expertise
Food safety, Magnetic nanoparticle synthesis and application, Chem/bio sensor development, Agricultural Sensing prototype development, Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) research and application, Chemical safety.

Selected Publications
Sabo, D., McMurray, G., and Rains, G. (2016) Root Monitoring System Using Electrical Capacitance Tomography (ECT) for Pre-Symptomatic Disease Detection. ASABE Annual International Meeting, ASABE (2016).

Sabo, D., McMurray, G., and Rains, G. (2016) Presymptomatic Disease Detection and Nanoparticle-Enhanced Electrical Capacitance Tomography. IFAC-PapersOnLine, 49 (16), 116-120.

Gomez, I., W. Goodwin, D. Sabo, J. Zhang, K. Sandhage, and J. Meredith. (2015). Three-dimensional magnetite replicas of pollen particles with tailorable and predictable multimodal adhesion. Journal of Materials Chemistry: C. 3:632.

Poston, M., A. Aleksandrov, D. Sabo, J. Zhang, and T. Orlando. (2014). UV photon-induced water decomposition on zirconia nanoparticles. Journal of Physical Chemistry: C. 118:12789.

Chien, A., B. Newcomb, D. Sabo, J. Robbins, J. Zhang, and S. Kumar. (2014). High-strength superparamagnetic composite fibers. Polymer. 55:4116.

Glover, T., J. DeCoste, D. Sabo, and J. Zhang. (2013). Chemisorption of cyanogen chloride by spinel ferrite magnetic nanoparticles. Langmuir. 29(18):5500-5507.

Glover, T., D. Sabo, L. Vaughan, J. Rossin, and J. Zhang. (2012). Adsorption of sulfur dioxide by CoFe2O4 spinel ferrite nanoparticles and corresponding changes in magnetism. Langmuir. 28(13):5695-5702.

Awards & Honors
Outstanding Technical Achievement Award, Georgia Tech Research Institute, 2016
Outstanding Graduate Instructor Award, Georgia Tech, 2009

Professional Activities
Head of the Safety Committee for ISTD

Daniel Sabo

Senior Research Scientist

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