Moges Abebe, Ph.D.

  • Associate ProfessorDepartment of Biological and Physical Sciences

Contact Info:

  • mabebe@st-aug.edu
  • 919.516.4152
  • Penick Hall Room 204

Educational Background

B.S. – Coppin State University

M.Div. – Southeastern Baptist Seminary

Ph.D. – Howard University

Post Doc. – Georgetown University

Area(s) of Research

  • High Pressure and High Temperature Chemistry
  • Fiber Optics

Certification(s)

Ordained Minister

Publication(s)

Coupling Model for Fused Fiber Couplers with Parabolic Taper Shape. Burns, William K., Abebe, M., Applied Optics, V26, p4190-2, 1987.

Pressure Tolerant Single-mode Fiber Coupler, Villarruel, C. A., Abebe, M., Dandrige, A., Applied Optics, V26, p1824-6, May 1987.

Burns, W. K.; Abebe, M.; Villarruel, C. A. Parabolic Model for Shape of Fiber Taper. Applied Optics V24, p2753-5, September 1, 1985.

All-fiber Gyroscope with Polarization-Holding Fiber, Burns, W. K, Moeller, R. P.; Villarruel, C. A.; Abebe, M. Opt. Lett. (USA) Vol.9, No.12, 570-2, Dec. 1984.

In-line Birefrigence Fiber Polarizer, Villarruel, C. A.; Abebe, M.; Burns, W. K.; Moeller, R. P., Conference on Optical Fiber Communication. Digest of Technical papers, 14-15, Jan. 1984.

Fiber-Optic Gyroscope with Polarization-Holding Fiber, Burns, W. K.; Moeller, R. P.; Villarruel, C. A.; Abebe, M.; Opt. Lett. (USA) Vol. 8, No. 10, 540-2, Dec. 1983.

Birefringent Correction for Single-Mode Fiber Couplers; Villarruel, C. A.; Abebe, M.; Burns, W. K., Opt. Lett. (USA), Vol. 7, No.12, 626-8, Dec. 1982.

Polarization Preserving Single-Mode-Fiber Couple, Villarruel, C. A.; Abebe, M.; Burns, W. K.; Electron. Lett. (GB) Vol. 19, No. 1, 17-18, Jan., 1983.

Raman and X-Ray Investigated of Ice VIII to 36.0 GPA, Walrafen, G.E.; Abebe, M; Mauer, F. A. Block, S.; Piermarini, G. J.; Munro, R.; J. Chem. Phys. (USA), Vol. 77, No.4, 2166-74, 15 Aug. 1982.

Apparatus for Adapting a High-Pressure Light Scattering Cell to Density Measurement. Abebe, M.; Schoen, P. E., J. Appl. Phys. (USA), Vol.53, No. 4, 3297-8, April 1982.

Raman Studies of Ice VI Using a Diamond Anvil Cell, Abebe, M.; Walrafen, G. E.; J. Chem. Phys. (USA), Vol. 71, No. 10, 4167-9, 15 Nov. 1979.

Raman Studies of The Bending And Liberational Bands form Water and Ice VI to 12 K Bar at 32 Degrees C., Walrafen, G. E.; Abebe, M.; J. Chem. Phys. (USA), Vol. 68, No. 10, 4694-5. 15 May 1978.

Online Publication(s)

  • The HillTop, “Students Design Ethiopian Orphanage,” Howard, J; April 1990.
  • The News and Observer, “ Professor Reachesout to Orphans,” Bellamy, L; August 1991.
  • The News and Observer, “ St. Aug’s Professor Helps Make Difference for Ethiopian Orphans,” Bellamy, L. September 1992.
  • Caring for the Children, “ Taking Up The Challenge. One Man’s Dream Becomes A Aeality,” Williams, D. Vol. 1, Issue 1 Spring 1992.
  • The Pen, “ Henderson Gets Accepted to Three Summer Programs, “ Kennedy, N., May 1996.
  • Outlook, “ I Wanted To Do Something,” Paris, S., Summer 1992.
  • The Triangle Tribune “Hallelujah! Soup kitchen celebrates…” January 14, 2010 Wilsontimes 174
  • The News and Observer, “ Professor Reachesout to Orphans,” Bellamy, L; August 1991

SAU Organizations

STEM Club

Favorite Quote

In life there is no room for failure