Abraham Duncan Stroock
Micro- and nanofluidics; biophysics; colloid and interface science; physics of water
Current Research Interest
Dynamics of water stress in whole plants in the field; plant regulation of water loss in leaf cells and tissues; technologies to optimize water use in agriculture; behavior of water confined on nanoscopic scales within porous solids; catalyzation of clouds in the atmosphere by inorganic materials such as dust; properties of liquid water at negative pressures, below freezing, or both
Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Award
Arnold and Mabel Beckman Young Investigator Award
MIT Technology Review TR35 List of Top Young Innovators
National Science Foundation CAREER Award
Camille Dreyfus Teacher Scholar Award
Comtet, Jean, Robert Turgeon, and Abraham D. Stroock. “Phloem Loading Through Plasmodesmata: A Biophysical Analysis.” Plant Physiology 175 (2017): 904-915.
Lidon, Pierre, Sierra C. Marker, Justin J. Wilson, Rebecca M. Williams, Warren R. Zipfel, and Abraham D. Stroock. “Enhanced Oxygen Solubility in Metastable Water Under Tension.” Langmuir 34 (2018): 12017-12024.