Predrag Krstic is the senior research staff in Physics division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA, and Adjunct Professor at the University of Tennessee. He earned his Ph.D. in theoretical physics at City College of C.U.N.Y., in 1982. He has published over 150 peer reviewed papers, most of them in the renowned international journals, and is elected fellow of American Physical Society. He has given more than 50 invited talks at international conferences and colloquia. He has served as consultant of International Atomic Energy Agency and National Institute of Health. He served as a reviewer of peer-reviewed journals in the area of atomic& molecular, physics, solid state and nano physics. He has been awarded as a principal investigator and co-investigator at a number of national and international projects in a variety of areas, from developing physical methods for a DNA sequencing and biomolecule sensing, in molecular electronics, to improving the understanding and design of atomic and surface science processes at the nuclear fusion reactor plasma boundaries, to interactions of matter with strong laser radiation. He has organized a number of national and international multidisciplinary scientific conferences, and is editor of more than 10 books of conference proceedings.