Kinetic Processes of Crystal Growth - Prof. Kenneth A. Jackson
Prof. Jackson received his PhD degree from Harvard University and was an assistant Professor there before he joined AT&T Bell Laboratories. At Bell Labs he was head of Materials Physics Research for many years. His major scientific interests are the kinetic processes of crystal growth, and his scientific contributions include constitutional supercooling, the surface roughening transition, and defect formation in crystals. He has served as President for both the American Association for Crystal Growth and the Materials Research Society. He is also a member of the National Academy of Engineering.
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