Dr. Georgia Papadakis

Alumni - Academic Postdocs


Dr. Papadakis obtained her B.S./M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Greece in 2011. Her master thesis was a study of broadband plasmonic structures for datacom applications, conducted in the Photonics Communication Research Laboratory of NTUA. From 2011 to 2012 she worked in the area of radio frequency linear particle accelerators at CERN, Switzerland. Georgia joined the department of Applied Physics in Caltech in 2012 and received her PhD in 2017. She is currently a Postdoctoral Scholar at Stanford University.

Available Publications

Mimicking surface polaritons for unpolarized light with high-permittivity materials

Georgia T. Papadakis, Artur Davoyan, Pochi Yeh and Harry A. Atwater
Physical Review Materials (2019) - Plasmonics

Optical magnetism in planar metamaterial heterostructures

Georgia T. Papadakis, Dagny Fleischman, Artur Davoyan, Pochi Yeh & Harry A. Atwater
Nature Communications (2018)

Field-Effect Induced Tunability in Hyperbolic Metamaterials

Georgia T. Papadakis and Harry A. Atwater
Physical Review B (2015) - Metamaterials

Retrieval of material parameters for uniaxial metamaterials

Georgia T. Papadakis, Pochi Yeh, and Harry A. Atwater
Physical Review B (2015) - Metamaterials

Nanoscale Conducting Oxide PlasMOStor

Ho Wai Lee, Georgia Papadakis, Stanley P. Burgos, Krishnan Chander, Arian Kriesch, Ragip Pala, Ulf Peschel, and Harry A. Atwater
Nano Letters (2014)