Costas M. Soukoulis, Ph.D.

1984-2024 Department of Physics and Astronomy Iowa State University, Ames, IA, United States 
Photonic crystals, metamaterials, plasmonics, random lasers, electron and light localization
"Costas Soukoulis"


Costas Soukoulis received his B.S. in Physics from Univ. of Athens in 1974. He obtained his doctoral degree in Physics from the Univ. of Chicago in 1978. From 1978 to 1981 he was visiting Assistant Professor at the Physics Dept. at Univ. of Virginia. He spent 3 years (1981-84) at Exxon Research and Engineering Co. and since 1984 has been at Iowa State Univ. (ISU) and Ames Laboratory. He has been an associated member of FORTH since 1983 and was a Professor (part time) at Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering at Univ. of Crete (2001- 2011). He has courtesy appointments at the Departments of Materials Science and Engineering and Electrical and Computer Engineering at Iowa State University. He became Distinguished Professor Emeritus at Iowa State in 2020.

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Kathryn Liebermann Levin grad student 1978 Chicago (Physics Tree)
 (Static properties of spin glasses.)
Eleftherios N. Economou post-doc 1979-1982 UVA (Physics Tree)


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Qiming Li grad student 1989 Iowa State
Yi Wan grad student 1991 Iowa State
Inhee Kwon grad student 1992 Iowa State
Sreela Datta grad student 1994 Iowa State
George Kopidakis grad student 1995 Iowa State
Kurt Busch grad student 1997 (Physics Tree)
Xiaosha Wang grad student 1998 Iowa State
Irene Zambetaki grad student 1998 University of Crete, Greece (Physics Tree)
Elefterios Lidorikis grad student 1999 Iowa State
Xunya Jiang grad student 2001 Iowa State
Marc Ruhlander grad student 2001 Iowa State
Mario Agio grad student 2003 University of Pavia (Physics Tree)
Stavroula Foteinopoulou grad student 2003 Iowa State
Lei Zhang grad student 2007 Iowa State
Jiangfeng Zhou grad student 2008 Iowa State
Weitao Dai grad student 2009 Iowa State
Bingnan Wang grad student 2009 Iowa State
Anan Fang grad student 2010 Iowa State
Aditya Jain grad student 2016 Iowa State
Ming Fang grad student 2016-2018 Iowa State
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Theodosi A, Tsilipakos O, Soukoulis CM, et al. (2022) 2D-patterned graphene metasurfaces for efficient third harmonic generation at THz frequencies. Optics Express. 30: 460-472
Tsilipakos O, Xomalis A, Kenanakis G, et al. (2020) Split-cube-resonator-based metamaterials for polarization-selective asymmetric perfect absorption. Scientific Reports. 10: 17653
Pitilakis A, Tsilipakos O, Liu F, et al. (2020) A multi-functional reconfigurable metasurface: Electromagnetic design accounting for fabrication aspects Ieee Transactions On Antennas and Propagation. 1-1
Mavidis CP, Tasolamprou AC, Hasan SB, et al. (2020) Local density of optical states in the three-dimensional band gap of a finite photonic crystal Physical Review B. 101
Katsantonis I, Droulias S, Soukoulis CM, et al. (2020) PT -symmetric chiral metamaterials: Asymmetric effects and PT -phase control Physical Review B. 101
Jain A, James AR, Nogan J, et al. (2020) Dark-state-based low-loss metasurfaces with simultaneous electric and magnetic resonant response Acs Photonics. 7: 241-248
Tsilipakos O, Tasolamprou AC, Pitilakis A, et al. (2020) Toward Intelligent Metasurfaces: The Progress from Globally Tunable Metasurfaces to Software‐Defined Metasurfaces with an Embedded Network of Controllers Advanced Optical Materials. 8: 2000783
Zhang F, Li C, Fan Y, et al. (2019) Phase-Modulated Scattering Manipulation for Exterior Cloaking in Metal-Dielectric Hybrid Metamaterials. Advanced Materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.). e1903206
Droulias S, Katsantonis I, Kafesaki M, et al. (2019) Chiral Metamaterials with PT Symmetry and Beyond. Physical Review Letters. 122: 213201
Tasolamprou AC, Koulouklidis AD, Daskalaki C, et al. (2019) Experimental Demonstration of Ultrafast THz Modulation in a Graphene-Based Thin Film Absorber through Negative Photoinduced Conductivity. Acs Photonics. 6: 720-727
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