Nikos Stefanou

2008-2012 National and Kapodistrian University of Athens 
"Nikos Stefanou"
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Tserkezis C, Stefanou N, Wubs M, et al. (2016) Molecular fluorescence enhancement in plasmonic environments: exploring the role of nonlocal effects. Nanoscale
Varytis P, Stefanou N. (2016) Silver-coated metallic and dielectric magnetic nanospheres: Localized surface plasmons and circular dichroism Optics Communications. 360: 40-45
Papanikolaou N, Almpanis E, Gantzounis G, et al. (2016) Dual photonic-phononic nanocavities for tailoring the acousto-optic interaction Microelectronic Engineering. 159: 80-83
Varytis P, Stefanou N, Christofi A, et al. (2015) Strong circular dichroism of core-shell magnetoplasmonic nanoparticles Journal of the Optical Society of America B: Optical Physics. 32: 1063-1069
Almpanis E, Papanikolaou N, Stefanou N. (2014) Breakdown of the linear acousto-optic interaction regime in phoxonic cavities. Optics Express. 22: 31595-607
Christofi A, Stefanou N. (2014) Nonreciprocal guided modes in photonic crystals of magnetic garnet particles with a planar defect Journal of the Optical Society of America B: Optical Physics. 31: 2104-2108
Christofi A, Stefanou N. (2014) Layer multiple scattering calculations for nonreciprocal photonic structures International Journal of Modern Physics B. 28
Christofi A, Stefanou N, Papanikolaou N. (2014) Periodic structures of magnetic garnet particles for strong Faraday rotation enhancement Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. 89
Christofi A, Tserkezis C, Stefanou N. (2014) Multiple scattering calculations for nonreciprocal planar magnetoplasmonic nanostructures Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer. 146: 34-40
Christofi A, Stefanou N. (2013) Strong magnetochiral dichroism of helical structures of garnet particles. Optics Letters. 38: 4629-31
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