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Manolis Antonoyiannakis

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Associate Editor & Bibliostatistics Analyst

The American Physical Society, Editorial Office, 1 Research Road, Ridge, NY 11961

Adjunct Associate Research Scientist

Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics, Columbia University, S.W. Mudd Building, 500 W. 120th Street, New York, NY 10027


Contact:

Phone: +1 (631) 591-4076

E-mail: ma2529@columbia.edu or manolis@aps.org


RESEARCH INTERESTS

Information science, computational social science, digital humanities, machine learning

Science of science, scholarly publishing, research assessment, scientometrics, bibliostatistics

EDUCATION

1998 PhD, Physics, Imperial College London

1994 MS, Physics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

1992 BS,Theoretical Physics (highest rank), Royal Holloway, University of London

EXECUTIVE EDUCATION

2019 Columbia Engineering Data Analytics Boot Camp, The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science, Columbia

University


PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

2017– Associate Editor,American Physical Society

2013– Bibliostatistics Analyst, American Physical Society

2006– Adjunct Associate Research Scientist, Department of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics, Columbia University

2011­–17 Senior Assistant Editor, American Physical Society

2008–10 Scientific Advisor to the President, European Research Council (ERC)

2003–11 Assistant Editor, American Physical Society

2000–03 Science Editor, Crete Univ. Press, Foundation for Research & Technology–Hellas (FORTH)

PUBLICATIONS

Refereed Journal Articles, Conference Proceedings, Book Chapters (8)


1. “Does publicity in the science press drive citations? A vindication of peer review,” M. Antonoyiannakis (2021). In Y. Manolopoulos, T. Vergoulis (eds), Predicting the Dynamics of Research Impact. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-86668-6_4

Highlight: D. S. Chawla, “Promoted Physics Studies Are Cited More”, Physics Today (11 June 2021) [link]

2. “Does publicity in the science press drive citations?,” M. Antonoyiannakis, Proceedings of the 18th Conference of the International Society of Scientometrics and Informetrics, 1433–1434 (2021). https://arxiv.org/abs/2104.13939

3. “Impact Factor volatility to a single paper: A comprehensive analysis,” M. Antonoyiannakis, Quantitative Science Studies 1, 639–663 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1162/qss_a_00037

4. “How a Single Paper Affects the Impact Factor: Implications for Scholarly Publishing,” M. Antonoyiannakis, Proceedings of the 17th Conference of the International Society of Scientometrics and Informetrics, vol. II, 2306–2313 (2019). https://arxiv.org/abs/1906.02660

Highlight: B. Tyrrell, “How Much Can a Single Paper Affect the Impact Factor?”, Publication Plan, (23 August 2019) [link]

5. “Impact Factors and the Central Limit Theorem: Why Citation Averages are Scale Dependent,” M. Antonoyiannakis, Journal of Informetrics 12, 1072 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.joi.2018.08.011

6. “Acceptance Rates in Physical Review Letters: No Seasonal Bias,” M. Antonoyiannakis, Learned Publishing 27, 53 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1087/20140108

7. “Electromagnetic Forces in Photonic Crystals,” M. I. Antonoyiannakis and J. B. Pendry, Physical Review B 60, 2363 (1999). https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevB.60.2363

8. “Mie Resonances and Bonding in Photonic Crystals,” M. I. Antonoyiannakis and J. B. Pendry, Europhysics Letters 40, 613 (1997). https://doi.org/10.1209/epl/i1997-00512-5

Manuscripts in preparation (2)


1. Statistical properties of journal citation distributions

2. Φ index: A standardized scale-independent citation indicator

Editorials & Commentaries (4)


1. Editorial: Highlighting Impact and the Impact of Highlighting: PRB Editors' Suggestions, M. Antonoyiannakis, Physical Review B 92, 210001 (2015)

2. The European Research Council: A Revolutionary Excellence Initiative for Europe, M. Antonoyiannakis and F. C. Kafatos, European Review 17, 511 (2009)

3. Editorial: Is PRL too large to have an ‘impact’?, M. Antonoyiannakis and S. Mitra, Physical Review Letters 102, 060001 (2009)

4. The European Research Council Takes Flight, M. Antonoyiannakis, J. Hemmelskamp and F. C. Kafatos, Cell 136, 805 (2009)


Edited Volumes (5)


1. An Introduction to Quantum Physics: A First Course for Physicists, Chemists, Materials Scientists, and Engineers, by S. Trachanas, M. Antonoyiannakis (ed.), L. Tsetseris (ed.)(Wiley-VCH, 2017). ISBN: 978-3-527-41247-1. I co-translated from Greek and co-edited the English edition.

2. General Relativity, by J. L. Martin (Prentice Hall, 1996). Published in Greek by Crete University Press, 2005. ISBN: 978-960-524-198-8. I edited the Greek translation (language editing)

3. Thomas’ Calculus, 10thed., rev. by R.L. Finney, M. D. Weir, and F. R. Giordano (Addison Wesley Longman, 2001). Published in Greek by Crete University Press, 2004. ISBN: 978-960-524-182-7. I translated and edited the Greek edition.

4. Problems in Quantum Mechanics, by S. Trachanas. Published in Greek by Crete University Press, 2002. ISBN: 978-960-524-142-1. I solved and verified many of the 150 problems, quizzes, and solved examples in the book.

5. Thermodynamics, by E. Fermi (Dover, 1956). Published in Greek by Crete University Press, 2002. ISBN: 978-960-524-138-4. I co-edited the Greek translation (language and science editing).

Science Writing


As an editor for Physical Review Letters, I wrote the following Synopses in the APS publication Physics magazine, on papers the editors deemed most interesting or important.

M. Antonoyiannakis, Drilling for Tunable Photons in a Nanohole, Physics 2, s93 (2009)

M. Antonoyiannakis, Never Say Never to a Forbidden Transition, Physics 3, s7 (2010)

M. Antonoyiannakis, Isotropy Can’t Be Swept Under a Carpet Cloak, Physics 3, s81 (2010)

M. Antonoyiannakis, Chirp and Compress, Physics 3, s92 (2010)

M. Antonoyiannakis, Ups and Downs in a BEC, Physics 3, s112 (2010)

M. Antonoyiannakis, No More Orders, Please!, Physics 3, s137 (2010)

M. Antonoyiannakis, An Invisible Gateway, Physics 3, s169 (2010)

M. Antonoyiannakis, Plasmonics Guide the Way to Entanglement, Physics 4, s9 (2011)

M. Antonoyiannakis, What Lies Beneath, Physics 4, s11 (2011)

M. Antonoyiannakis, Preventive Circuitry, Physics 4, s56 (2011)

M. Antonoyiannakis, Light Gets Into the Double Groove, Physics 4, s150 (2011)

M. Antonoyiannakis, No Permission for Emission, Physics 4, s164 (2011)

HONORS AND AWARDS


1995–98 Beit Fellowship for Scientific Research, Imperial College London

1992 Martin Holloway Prize for best graduate in the Science Faculty, Royal Holloway, University of London

1992 Driver Prize for best final-year student at the Physics Department, Royal Holloway, University of London

1991 Leo Pincherle Prizefor excellence in physics, Royal Holloway, University of London

1990 Leo Pincherle Prizefor excellence in physics, Royal Holloway, University of London

INVITED TALKS (44)

2017 Making Sense of Journal Impact Metrics, Institute of Physics, University Rostock, Rostock, Germany (November 30)

Peer Review Meets Analytics, Physics Department, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL (October 6)

2016 Selectivity, Prestige, and High-Impact in Science Publishing: An APS Perspective, Doctoral School

“Metamaterials: From THz to Optics,” Crete, Greece (September 18)

2015 Analyzing Peer Review, Early Stage Career Workshop, Nanoscale Quantum Optics COST Action, Malta (November 17)

Scientific Publishing in APS Journals: Review Process & Citation Analysis, Tel Aviv University, Physics Department, Tel Aviv, Israel (June 28)

Science Publishing: Trends & Challenges, ETOPIM 10 conference, Neve Ilan, Israel (June 26)

Impact Facts & Impact Factors: A View from the Physical Review, PQE - The Winter Colloquium on the Physics of Quantum

Electronics, Snowbird, UT (January 6)

2013 The Intricacies of Peer Review: An Insider's View from the Physical Review, Wesleyan University, Physics Department,

Middletown, CT (October 24)

Peer Review and Citation Analysis in Physical Review Letters,3rd European PhD School on Mathematical

Modeling of Complex Systems, Technological Educational Institute of Crete, Heraklion, Greece (July 22)

2012 The Physical Review Journals & You: Why and How Should We Work Together? Nanyang Technological University, Physics

Department, Singapore (October 10)

National University of Singapore, Center for Quantum Technologies, Singapore (October 9)

National University of Singapore, Physics Department, Singapore (October 8)

Editors' Session, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Advanced Study Institute, Hong Kong, China (October 6)

The Physical Review Journals & You: Why and How Should We Work Together, Shanghai Jiaotong University, Physics

Department, Shanghai, China (September 27)

The Physical Review Journals & You: How to Work Together, Nanjing University, Physics Department, Nanjing, China

(September 25)

First Joint Session Between the Chinese Physical Society and the American Physical Society, Sun Yat-sen University,

Guangzhou, China (September 22)

2011 Scientific Publishing in a Competitive Environment: Physical Review Letters and Physics in the New Era, European Laboratory for

Nonlinear Spectroscopy (LENS), Florence, Italy (February 25)

Scientific Publishing in a Competitive Environment: Physical Review Letters and Physics in the New Era, University of Texas at

Austin, Electrical & Computer Engineering Department, Austin, TX (February 10)

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, Paris, France (January 21)

Scientific Publishing in a Competitive Environment: Physical Review Letters and Physics in the New Era, University of Paris,

Laboratoire de Physique des Solides, Paris, France (January 20)

Scientific Publishing in a Competitive Environment: Physical Review Letters and Physics in the New Era, University of Paris,

Institut d' Electronique Fondamentale, Paris, France (January 19)

Scientific Publishing in a Competitive Environment: Physical Review Letters and Physics in the New Era, Ecole Polytechnique,

Physics Department, Paris, France (January 18)

NANOMETA 2011 (Nanophotonics and Metamaterials) conference, Seefeld, Austria (January 5)

2010 Scientific Publishing in a Competitive Environment: Physical Review Letters and Physics in the New Era,National Technical

University of Athens, Physics Department, Athens, Greece (November 19)

2009 Institute of Physics, Standing Conference of Physics Professors (SCPP), London, UK (November 20)

Getting Published—and Getting Noticed—in Physical Review Letters, University of Southampton, Optoelectronics Research

Center, Southampton, UK (May 14)

CIC Nanogune, Nanoscience Cooperative Research Center, San Sebastian, Spain (January 29)

2008 Successful Letters in Physical Review Letters, Extreme Photonics Lab, RIKEN, Wako, Japan (September 26)

Successful Letters in Physical Review Letters: An Editor's Perspective, Kyoto University, Yukawa Institute of Theoretical Physics,

Kyoto, Japan (September 25)

Successful Letters in Physical Review Letters, Tokyo University, Physics Department, Tokyo, Japan (September 24)

Successful Letters in Physical Review Letters, Tokyo University, Applied Physics Department, Tokyo, Japan (September 19)

Peer Review and Citation Analysis in PRL: An Editor's Perspective, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Physics Department,

Thessaloniki, Greece (January 31)

Peer Review and Citation Analysis in PRL: An Editor's Perspective, University College London, Centre for Computational

Science, London, UK (January 25)

Peer Review and Citation Analysis in PRL: An Editor's Perspective, Imperial College London, Physics Department, London, UK

(January 24)

Peer Review and Citation Analysis in PRL: An Editor's Perspective, Royal Holloway, University of London, Physics Department,

Egham, UK (January 22)

Peer Review and Citation Analysis in Physical Review Letters: An Editor's Perspective, Cambridge University, Cavendish

Laboratory, Cambridge, UK (January 21)

2007 Peer Review in Physical Review & Letters, University of Crete, Physics Department, Heraklion, Greece (July 19)

Peer Review in Physical Review & Letters, Dresden University of Technology, Institute of Solid State Physics (IFP), Dresden,

Germany (January 17)

Peer Review in Physical Review & Letters, Goethe University, Institute of Theoretical Physics, Frankfurt, Germany (January 16)

Peer Review in Physical Review & Letters, Max Planck Institute for Complex Systems, Dresden, Germany (January 15)

Peer Review in Physical Review & Letters, Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden (IFW-Dresden),

Winter School, Dresden, Germany (January 14)

2005 The Peer Review Process at the Physical Review, EKEFE Demokritos, Institute of Materials Science, Athens, Greece

(October 27)

The Peer Review Process at the Physical Review, National Technical University of Athens, Department of Sciences, Athens,

Greece (October 25)

The Peer Review Process at the Physical Review, University of Athens, Physics Department, Athens, Greece (October 18)

CONFERENCE TALKS (12)

2021 Does publicity in the science press drive citations?, M. Antonoyiannakis, Proceedings of the 18th Conference of the

International Society of Scientometrics and Informetrics, (2021) [poster] [video]

2021 Φ Index: A standardized scale-independent citation indicator, APS March Meeting, online (March 19)

2020 Impact Factor volatility to a single paper: A comprehensive analysis of 11639 journals, APS March Meeting, Denver, CO

(March 6)

2019 How a single paper affects the Impact Factor: Implications for Scholarly Publishing, 17th International Society for

Scientometrics and Informetrics, Rome, Italy (September 4)

Impact Factors and the Central Limit Theorem: Why Citation Averages are Scale Dependent, APS March Meeting, Boston, MA

(March 6)

2018 Why Impact Factor Rankings Favor Small Journals, APS March Meeting, Los Angeles, CA (March 6)

2017 Editorial Highlighting and Highly Cited Papers, APS March Meeting, New Orleans, LA (March 14)

2016 Highlighted Impact: Do editors' selections identify influential papers?, APS March Meeting, Baltimore, MD (March 18)

2015 Median Citation Index vs. Journal Impact Factor, APS March Meeting,San Antonio, TX (March 6)

2011 Quantifying Peer Review, Wave Propagation conference (WAVEPRO), Rethymno, Greece (June 9)

2009 S-index: Measuring Significant, not Average, Citation Performance, APS March Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA (March 18)

2008 Citation Analysis: Beyond the Journal Impact Factor, APS March Meeting, New Orleans, LA (March 13)

DEPARTMENTAL & SPONSORED TALKS (10)

2021 Does Publicity in the Science Press Drive Citations? A Vindication of Peer Review, American Physical Society, Editorial Shindig (virtual) (July 23)

2016 Highlighting Papers, American Physical Society, Editors’ Annual Fall Meeting, Ridge, NY (October 29)

2015 Tutorial for Authors & Referees, APS March Meeting, San Antonio, TX (March 4)

2014 What is Physical Review X? APS March Meeting, Denver, CO (March 4)

2013 “In God We Trust, All Others [Must] Bring Data:" Bibliostatistics Support for the Editorial Office, American Physical Society,

Editors’ Annual Fall Meeting, Ridge, NY, (November 9)

2010 Impact Statistics, American Physical Society, Editors’ Annual Fall Meeting, Ridge, NY (October 23)

2009 The European Research Council: Funding Frontier Research on the Basis of Peer Reviewed Excellence, American Physical Society,

Editorial Office, Ridge, NY (March 25)

2008 Quantifying Citation Impact, Columbia University, Dept. of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics, New York, NY (May 15)

A Road Less Traveled: An Editorial Career, APS March Meeting, Panel on Alternative Careers, New Orleans, LA (March 12)

2007 Mining the Web of Science, American Physical Society, Editorial Office, Ridge, NY (October 2)

TEACHING

Graduate

2016–17 5-lecture seminar on Scientific Publishing, IGERT Quantum Optics, Columbia University.

Lecture themes: (a) writing a paper, (b) peer review, (c) citation analysis & performance metrics,

(d) publication ethics, (e) topics from the history & sociology of science publishing

Undergraduate

1995–96 Lab demonstrator, Physics Department, Imperial College London

1992–94 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Physics Department, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Courses taught: Statistical Mechanics (7thsemester); Electricity & Mechanics Lab (4thsemester);

Quantum Physics (7thsemester); Quantum Physics (8thsemester)

TECHNICAL SKILLS

Python programming, R, VBA, Databases, Tableau, Machine Learning

REVIEWING EXPERIENCE

Journal of Informetrics

Scientometrics

Physical Review E

Learned Publishing

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Editorial Board Member, Metrics Toolkit, 2020–2021

Co-organizer, Physical Review journals symposium, Metamaterials 2021, online (September 20–23, 2021)

Organizer & moderator, panel on Scholarly Metrics in Research Assessment, APS March Meeting, Denver, CO (March 4, 2020)

Co-organizer, Physical Review journals symposium, Metamaterials 2020, online (September 28–30, 2020)

Poster award committee, US/Middle East Conference on Photonics, New York, NY (November 4–6, 2019)

Organizer & moderator, panel on Scholarly Metrics in Research Assessment, APS March Meeting, Boston, MA (March 6, 2019)

Co-organizer, Physical Review journals symposium, Metamaterials 2019, Rome, Italy (September 17, 2019)

Co-organizer, Physical Review journals symposium, Metamaterials 2018, Espoo, Finland (August 29, 2018)

Co-organizer, Physical Review journals symposium, Metamaterials 2017, Marseille, France (August 28, 2017)

Program committee, NANOMETA 2013, Seefeld, Austria (January 3–6, 2013)

Program committee, NANOMETA 2011, Seefeld, Austria (January 3–6, 2011)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

1993– American Physical Society (APS)

2012– American Statistical Association (ASA)

2013– Association for Information Science & Technology (ASIS&T)

2018– International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics (ISSI)

LANGUAGE SKILLS

English (fluent), Greek (fluent)


OTHER EXPERIENCE

1999–00 National military service (Greece)

1998–03 Co-founder & volunteer, Heraklion’s Humane Society “ΖΩΟΦΙΛΗ ΔΡΑΣΗ”, Crete, Greece