Stony Brook University
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Predrag Krstic, DBA Theoretik consulting, research professor at the Institute for Advanced Computational Science of State University of New York at Stony Brook and formerly senior research scientist of Oak Ridge National Laboratory (TN). His research covers a wide range of fields in theoretical atomic physics, plasma physics and nuclear fusion, computational physics and chemistry, molecular electronics and bionanotechnology, with current focus to plasma–surface interactions and synthesis of nanomaterial. His work has been disseminated in more than 200 papers in peer-reviewed journals, in several patents, in book chapters and in a number of international atomic databases. He has been an organizer and co-organizer of a number of national and international conferences and editor of ten conference proceedings, a PI and Co-PI on many grants with DOE, NIH, NSF, and IAEA.
- Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics, Physics Department, City College of C.U.N.Y., New York 02/1982
- M.Sc. in Exp. Plasma Physics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade University (Yugoslavia) 1979
- B.S. Technical Physics - Data Processing, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade University (Yugoslavia) 1975
Research and Professional Experience
- Founder, Project director, Owner, TheoretiK Consulting (11/2011)
- Research Professor, Institute for Advanced Computational Science, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, New York (10/2013)
- Senior Research Scientist II, Joint Institute of Computational Sciences (JICS), University of Tennessee, Knoxville (02/2012)
- Adjunct Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Tennessee (03/2007)
- Senior Scientist & Project Manager, Physics Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (Retired, 12/2011)
Honors and Awards
- American Physical Society Fellowship (2004)
- International Atomic Energy Consultant (1984-present)
- Fulbright Graduate Grant (1979-81)
Predrag Krstić, Brian Ashcroft and Stuart Lindsay, Physical model for recognition tunneling Nanotechnology 26, 084001 (2015)
Brooks, J. N.; Hassanein, A.; Koniges, A.; Krstić, P. S.; Rognlien, T. D.; Sizyuk, T., Scientific and Computational Challenges in Coupled Plasma Edge/Plasma‐Material Interactions for Fusion Tokamaks, Contributions to Plasma Physics 54 (4‐6), 329-340, 2014
P. S. Krstic, J. P. Allain, C. N. Taylor, J. Dadras, S. Maeda, K. Morokuma, J. Jakowski, A. Allouche, and C. H. Skinner, Deuterium uptake in magnetic-fusion devices with lithium-conditioned carbon walls, Physical Review Letters, 110, 105001 (2013).
J. H. Park, J. He, B. Gyarfas, S. Lindsay, P. S. Krstić, DNA translocating through a carbon nanotube can increase ionic current, Nanotechnology 23, 455107 (2012) (IOP publisher’s pick October 2012)
Vence, Nicholas; Harrison, Robert; Krstic, Predrag, Attosecond electron dynamics: A multiresolution approach, Physical Review A 85 (3): 0303403 (2012)
Ehemann R. C., Krstic P. S., Dadras J.; et al., Detection of hydrogen using graphene, Nanoscale Research Letters 7, 198 (2012)
P. S. Krstic, J. P. Allain, A. Allouche, J. Jakowski, J. Dadras, C. N. Taylor, Z. Yang, K. Morokuma, and S. Maeda, Fusion Engineering and Design 87, 1732 (2012).
Krstić P. S., Reinhold CO, Stuart S, Chemical sputtering from amorphous carbon under bombardment by deuterium atoms and molecules, New J. Phys (IOP) 9, 209 (2007)
P. S. Krstic et al, Plasma-Surface Interactions of Hydrogenated Carbon, Nucl. Instr. Methods B 267,704-710 (2009)
P. S. Krstic et al, Energy and angle spectra of sputtered particles for low-energy deuterium impact of deuterated amorphous carbon, J. Appl. Phys. 104, 103308 (2008).
P. S. Krstic et al, Chemical Sputtering by Impact of Excited Molecules, EPL 77, 33002 (2007)
P. S. Krstic et al, Monograph: Atoic and Plasma-Material Interaction Data for Fusion, Volume 8, IAEA, Vienna, Austria (STI/PUB/023/APID/08)
P. S. Krstic, R. J. Harrison, and B. Sumpter, Physica Scripta T124, 101 (2006)