5th World Congress on Cancer Therapy
Emory University, USA
Fereydoon Family holds the Samuel Candler Dobbs Chair of Physics at Emory University. He has published over 200 scientifi c articles and seven books. His contributions in the study of pattern formation, particularly dendritic solidifi cation, which is commonly known as the “The Snowfl ake Problem”, has been widely featured in the media including the New York Times, CBS News, CNN, PBS, Physics World, and James Gleick’s popular best selling book “Chaos”. His most widely cited work is known as the Family-Vicsek Scaling that for over two decades has formed the basis for investigations of kinetic roughening of surfaces and interfaces in thousands of publications in many fi elds of science and engineering. Professor Family is an elected Fellow of the American Physical Society and the recipient of many honors and prizes, including the Lawton-Plimpton Prize, the Jesse Beams Prize from the American Physical Society Southeastern Section for outstanding research, as well as the Williams Distinguished Teaching award for excellence in teaching.