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Manolis Antonoyiannakis 

- Emmanouil Antonogiannakis -


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Education


PhD Physics, Imperial College London (1998). 

        Thesis advisor:  J. B. Pendry 

        Thesis title: “Electromagnetic fields and forces in nanostructures”

MSc Physics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (1994). 

BSc Physics, Royal Holloway, University of London (1992). 



Professional experience



  • Associate EditorPhysical Review B, The American Physical Society (2/2015-present)
  • Bibliostatistics Analyst, The American Physical Society (9/2013–present)
  • Adjunct Associate Research ScientistDepartment of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics, Columbia University (9/2006–present
  • Senior Assistant Editor, Physical Review B, The American Physical Society (10/2014-2/2015)
  • Senior Assistant EditorPhysical Review X, The American Physical Society (9/2013–10/2014)
  • Senior Assistant EditorPhysical Review Letters, The American Physical Society (4/2011–12/2013)
  • Assistant Editor III, Physical Review Letters, The American Physical Society (3/2008–4/2011) 
  • Scientific Advisor to the President F. C. Kafatos, European Research Council (9/2008-2/2010) [while on part-time sabbatical from Phys. Rev. Lett.] 
  • Assistant Editor II, Physical Review Letters, The American Physical Society (3/2007–3/2008)
  • Assistant Editor II, Physical Review B, The American Physical Society (9/2005–3/2007)
  • Assistant Editor I, Physical Review B, The American Physical Society (8/2003–9/2005)
  • Science Editor, Crete University Press, Foundation for Research and Technology–Hellas (FORTH) (11/2000-8/2003). 




Teaching


GRADUATE

  • 5-lectures Seminar on Scientific Publishing, IGERT Quantum Optics, Columbia University (New York, NY; 2016–17)
UNDERGRADUATE
  • Lab demonstrator, Physics Department, Imperial College London (London, UK; 1995–1996)
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant, Physics Department, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. (Urbana-Champaign, IL; 1992–1994) 
    • Statistical Mechanics (7th semester)
    • Electricity & Mechanics (4th semester; lab)
    • Quantum Physics (7th semester)
    • Quantum Physics (8th semester)
HIGH SCHOOL
  • I taught high-school physics at a public school, and tutored students in private evening schools and at home (Heraklion, Greece; 2000–2003)


Other experience


  • National military service, Greece (1/1999–7/2000)



Honors and awards


  • Beit Fellowship for Scientific Research, Imperial College London (1995–1998)
  • Martin Holloway Prize for best student in the Faculty of Science, Royal Holloway, University of London (1992)
  • Driver Prize for best final-year student at the Department of Physics, Royal Holloway, University of London (1992)  
  • Leo Pincherle Prize for excellence in physics, Royal Holloway, University of London (1991)
  • Leo Pincherle Prize for excellence in physics, Royal Holloway, University of London (1990)



Publications



Research Articles, Commentaries, and Editorials

  1. Editorial: Highlighting Impact and the Impact of Highlighting: PRB Editors' Suggestions, M. Antonoyiannakis, Physical Review B 92, 210001 (2015)
  2. Acceptance Rates in Physical Review Letters: No Seasonal Bias, M. Antonoyiannakis, Learned Publishing 27, 53 (2014)
  3. The European Research Council: A Revolutionary Excellence Initiative for EuropeM. Antonoyiannakis and F. C. Kafatos, European Review 17, 511 (2009)
  4. Editorial: Is PRL too large to have an ‘impact’?M. Antonoyiannakis and S. Mitra, Physical Review Letters 102, 060001 (2009)
  5. The European Research Council Takes FlightM. Antonoyiannakis, J. Hemmelskamp and F. C. Kafatos, Cell 136, 805 (2009)
  6. Electromagnetic Forces in Photonic CrystalsM. I. Antonoyiannakis and J. B. Pendry, Physical Review B 60, 2363 (1999)
  7. Mie Resonances and Bonding in Photonic CrystalsM. I. Antonoyiannakis and J. B. Pendry, Europhysics Letters 40, 613 (1997)

PhD Thesis
      Electromagnetic Fields and Forces in NanostructuresEmmanuel (Manolis) Ioannou Antonoyiannakis,    
      June 1998, Imperial College London



Scientific writing


As an editor for Phys. Rev. Letters, I have written several Synopses in the APS online journal Physics, on PRL papers that the editors deemed most interesting or important. As an editor for Phys. Rev. B, I have written several brief summaries for papers selected as PRB Editors' Suggestions.



Editing & translating academic textbooks


As Science Editor at Crete University Press (CUP), I translated into Greek and/or edited the following textbooks. 


1. Thomas’ Calculus, 10th ed., rev. by R.L. Finney, M. D. Weir, and F. R. Giordano (Addison Wesley Longman, 2001).

The book was translated and published by CUP in Greek in 2004 as “ΑΠΕΙΡΟΣΤΙΚΟΣ ΛΟΓΙΣΜΟΣ”. 

I translated into Greek and edited the 10th edition (1250 pages). The editing included redesigning and casting into SI units more than 130 problems and worked examples. 


2. Problems in Quantum Mechanics, by S. Trachanas.

The book was originally published by CUP in Greek in 2002 as “ΠΡΟΒΛΗΜΑΤΑ ΚΒΑΝΤΟΜΗΧΑΝΙΚΗΣ”.

I solved and verified with the author many of the 150 problems, quizzes, and solved examples in the book. 


3. General Relativity, by J. L. Martin (Prentice Hall, 1996).

The book was translated and published by CUP in Greek in 2005 as “ΓΕΝΙΚΗ ΣΧΕΤΙΚΟΤΗΤΑ”.

I edited the Greek translation (language editing).


4. Thermodynamics, by E. Fermi (Dover, 1956)

The book was translated and published by CUP in Greek in 2002 as “ΘΕΡΜΟΔΥΝΑΜΙΚΗ”. 

I co-edited the Greek translation (language and science editing).

 


5. An Introduction to Quantum Physics, by S. Trachanas (Wiley, 2017)

I co-translated and co-edited from Greek into English a quantum mechanics textbook by Stefanos Trachanas. Originally published by Crete University Press, this is a classic textbook that has educated generations of Greek physicists, chemists, engineers and materials scientists. Our revised and expanded edition is scheduled to appear in print in 2017. 


Invited seminars & colloquia

  1. Selectivity, Prestige, and High-Impact in Science Publishing: An APS Perspective, Doctoral School “Metamaterials: From THz to Optics,” invited talk (Crete, 2016)
  2. Analyzing Peer ReviewEarly Stage Workshop, Nanoscale Quantum Optics COST Action, invited talk (Malta, 2015)
  3. Scientific Publishing in APS Journals: Review Process & Citation Analysis, Tel Aviv University, Physics Department, colloquium (Tel Aviv, Israel, 2015)
  4. Science Publishing: Trends & Challenges, ETOPIM 10 conference, after-dinner talk (Neve Ilan, Israel, 2015)
  5. Tutorial for Authors & Referees, APS March Meeting (San Antonio, TX, 2015)  [PDF]
  6. Impact Facts & Impact Factors: A View from the Physical Review, PQE - The Winter Colloquium on the Physics of Quantum Electronics, invited talk (Snowbird, UT, 2015)
  7. What is Physical Review X? And Why Is It A Journal For You?, APS March Meeting, presentation and panel discussion on Physical Review X (Denver, CO, 2014) [PDF]
  8. The Intricacies of Peer Review: An Insider's View from the Physical Review, Wesleyan University, Physics Department, colloquium (Middletown, CT, 2013)
  9. 3rd European PhD School on Mathematical Modeling of Complex Systems, Technological Educational Institute of Crete, lecture (Heraklion, Greece, 2013)
  10. The Physical Review Journals & You: Why and How Should We Work Together?, Shanghai Jiaotong University, Physics Department, seminar (Shanghai, China, 2012) [abstract]
  11. The Physical Review Journals & You: How to Work Together, Nanjing University, Physics Department, colloquium (Nanjing, China, 2012)
  12. Editors' Session, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Advanced Study Institute, seminar (Hong Kong, China, 2012) [PDF]
  13. National University of Singapore, Physics Department, colloquium (Singapore, 2012) 
  14. National University of Singapore, Center for Quantum Technologies, seminar (Singapore, 2012)
  15. Nanyang Technological University, Physics Department, colloquium (Singapore, 2012) [abstract]
  16. First Joint Session Between the Chinese Physical Society and the American Physical Society (Guangzhou, China, 2012)
  17. Scientific Publishing in a Competitive Environment: Physical Review Letters and Physics in the New Era, University of Texas at Austin, Electrical & Computer Engineering Department, colloquium (Austin, TX, 2011)[abstract]
  18. Scientific Publishing in a Competitive Environment: Physical Review Letters and Physics in the New Era, European Laboratory for Nonlinear Spectroscopy (LENS), colloquium (Florence, Italy, 2011)
  19. Scientific Publishing in a Competitive Environment: Physical Review Letters and Physics in the New Era, Ecole Polytechnique, Physics Department, colloquium (Paris, France, 2011)
  20. Scientific Publishing in a Competitive Environment: Physical Review Letters and Physics in the New Era, University of Paris, Institut d' Electronique Fondamentale, seminar (Paris, France, 2011) 
  21. Scientific Publishing in a Competitive Environment: Physical Review Letters and Physics in the New Era, University of Paris, Laboratoire de Physique des Solides, seminar (Paris, France, 2011)
  22. Scientific Publishing in a Competitive Environment: Physical Review Letters and Physics in the New Era, Commissariat à l'énergie atomique (CEA) – Saclay, Quantum Electronics Group, seminar (Paris, France, 2011)
  23. NANOMETA conference, talk (Seefeld, Austria, 2011)
  24. National Technical University of Athens, Physics Department, colloquium (Athens, Greece, 2010)
  25. Getting Published - and Getting Noticed! - in Physical Review Letters, University of Southampton, Optoelectronics Research Center, seminar (Southampton, UK, 2009)
  26. Institute of Physics, Standing Conference for Professors of Physics, seminar (London, UK, 2009)
  27. CIC Nanogune, Nanoscience Cooperative Research Center, seminar (San Sebastian, Spain, 2009)
  28. Successful Letters in Physical Review Letters, Tokyo University, Applied Physics Department, colloquium (Tokyo, Japan, 2008)
  29. Successful Letters in Physical Review Letters, Tokyo University, Physics Department, colloquium (Tokyo, Japan, 2008) [abstract] [PDF]
  30. Successful Letters in Physical Review Letters, Kyoto University, Yukawa Institute of Theoretical Physics, colloquium (Kyoto, Japan, 2008)
  31. Successful Letters in Physical Review Letters, Extreme Photonics Lab, RIKEN, seminar (Wako, Japan, 2008) [abstract]
  32. Peer Review and Citation Analysis in PRL: An Editor's Perspective, Cambridge University, Cavendish Laboratory, seminar (Cambridge, UK, 2008) [abstract]
  33. Peer Review and Citation Analysis in PRL: An Editor's Perspective, Royal Holloway, University of London, Physics Department, seminar (Egham, UK, 2008)
  34. Peer Review and Citation Analysis in PRL: An Editor's Perspective, Imperial College London, Physics Department, seminar (London, UK, 2008)
  35. Peer Review and Citation Analysis in PRL: An Editor's Perspective, University College London, Centre for Computational Science, seminar (London, UK, 2008)
  36. Peer Review and Citation Analysis in PRL: An Editor's Perspective, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Physics Department, Colloquium (Thessaloniki, Greece, 2008) [abstract]
  37. Quantifying Citation Impact: Beyond the Journal Impact Factor, Columbia University, Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics, seminar (New York, NY, 2008)
  38. A Road Less Traveled: An Editorial Career, APS March Meeting, Panel on Alternative Careers, (New Orleans, LA, 2008) [abstract] [PDF (pages 2-17)]
  39. Peer Review in Physical Review & Letters, University of Crete, Physics Department, colloquium (Heraklion, Greece, 2007)
  40. Peer Review in Physical Review & Letters, Max Planck Institute for Complex Systems, colloquium (Dresden, Germany, 2007) [abstract]
  41. Peer Review in Physical Review & Letters, Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden (IFW-Dresden), Winter School, seminar (Dresden, Germany, 2007)
  42. Peer Review in Physical Review & Letters, Goethe University, Institute of Theoretical Physics, colloquium (Frankfurt, Germany, 2007)
  43. Peer Review in Physical Review & Letters, Dresden University of Technology, Institute of Solid State Physics (IFP), colloquium (Dresden, Germany, 2007)
  44. The Peer Review Process at the Physical Review, University of Athens, Physics Department, colloquium (Athens, Greece, 2005)
  45. The Peer Review Process at the Physical Review, National Technical University of Athens, Department of Sciences, colloquium (Athens, Greece, 2005)
  46. The Peer Review Process at the Physical Review, EKEFE Demokritos, Institute of Materials Science, colloquium (Athens, Greece, 2005)

Contributed talks 

  1. Editorial Highlighting and Highly Cited Papers, APS March Meeting, contributed talk (New Orleans, LA, 2017)
  2. Highlighting Papers, American Physical Society, Editors’ Annual Fall Meeting, contributed talk (Ridge, NY, 2016)
  3. Highlighted Impact: Do editors' selections identify influential papers?, APS March Meeting, contributed talk (Baltimore, MD, 2016)
  4. Median Citation Index vs. Journal Impact Factor, APS March Meeting, contributed talk (San Antonio, TX, 2015)
  5. "In God We Trust, All Others [Must] Bring Data:" Bibliostatistics Support for the Editorial Office, American Physical Society, Editors’ Annual Fall Meeting, contributed talk (Ridge, NY, 2013)
  6. American Physical Society, Editorial Offices, Shindig (Ridge, NY, 2012)
  7. Quantifying Peer Review, Wave Propagation conference (WAVEPRO), contributed talk (Rethymno, Greece, 2011) [PDF]
  8. Impact Statistics, American Physical Society, Editors’ Annual Fall Meeting, contributed talk (Ridge, NY, 2010)
  9. S-index: Measuring Significant, not Average, Citation Performance, APS March Meeting, contributed talk (Pittsburgh, PA, 2009)
  10. The European Research Council: Funding Frontier Research on the Basis of Peer Reviewed Excellence, American Physical Society, Editorial Offices, Shindig (Ridge, NY, 2009)
  11. Citation Analysis: Beyond the Journal Impact Factor, APS March Meeting, contributed talk (New Orleans, LA, 2008) [abstract]
  12. Mining the Web of Science, American Physical Society, Editorial Offices, Shindig (Ridge, NY, 2007)



Community Work


Scientific
  • NANOMETA 2011 Program Committee (Seefeld)
  • NANOMETA 2013 Program Committee (Seefeld)


Public

Frustrated with the lack of organized care for stray pets in my hometown, I decided to get involved with this problem upon my return to Crete after my PhD. I organized volunteers, and campaigned in media outlets (local newspapers, radio and TV stations) and with local authorities. These efforts led to the founding and successful operation of Heraklion’s Humane Society “ΖΩΟΦΙΛΗ ΔΡΑΣΗ”. The Society remains active today, more than 10 years after my departure from it. (Heraklion, Greece; 1998-2003).


Conferences


Metamaterials 2017 (Marseilles, 2017)

APS March Meeting (New Orleans, 2017)

Metamaterials 2016 (Crete, 2016)

APS March Meeting (Baltimore, 2016)

Early Stage Workshop, Nanoscale Quantum Optics COST Action (Malta, 2015)

ETOPIM 10 (Neve Ilan, 2015)

APS March Meeting (San Antonio, 2015)

PQE-2015 45th Winter Colloquium on the Physics of Quantum Electronics (Snowbird, 2015)

77th ASIS&T Annual Meeting (Seattle, 2014)

Metamaterials 2014 (Copenhagen, 2014)

APS March Meeting (Denver, 2014)

14th International Society of Scientometrics and Informetrics Conference, ISSI 2013 (Vienna, 2013)

CLEO (San Jose, 2013)

Fall Meeting of the Chinese Physical Society (Guangzhou, 2012)

European Summer School on Scientometrics (Leuven, 2012)

WAVEPRO (Rethymno, 2011)

NanoMeta (Seefeld, 2011)

Metamaterials 2010 (Karlsruhe, 2010)

Metamaterials 2009 (London, 2009)

APS March Meeting (Pittsburgh, 2009)

NanoMeta (Seefeld, 2009)

Fall Meeting of the Japanese Physical Society (Japan, 2008)

APS March Meeting (New Orleans, 2008)

Metamaterials 2007 (Rome, 2007)

CLEO/QELS and PhASTMeeting (Baltimore, 2007)

APS March meeting (Denver, 2007)

Gordon Research Conference on Plasmonics (Keene, NH, 2006)

APS March meeting (Baltimore, 2006)

PECS-VI, Photonic and Electromagnetic Crystal Structures (Heraklion, 2005)

MRS Spring meeting (San Francisco, 2005)

APS March meeting (Los Angeles, 2005)


Professional Membership


  • American Physical Society (APS)
  • American Statistical Association (ASA)
  • Association for Information Science & Technology (ASIS&T) 

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