David CORNIL

Email: David.Cornil@umons.ac.be
Phone: 065/37.38.69

Biosketch

David Cornil is graduated in chemistry from theUniversity of Mons (Belgium). He received his Master degree in 2006 andobtained his PhD in Sciences in 2010 under the supervision of Jérôme Cornil onthe “Theoretical Description of the Electronic Structure of Metal/OrganicInterfaces in Opto-Electronic Devices”. In october 2010 he joined the group ofProf. Jean-Luc Brédas in the Georgia Institute of Technology (Atlanta, GA) as aPostdoctoral fellow. Since January 2012 he is a Postdoctoral fellow in theUniversity of Mons.

His works involve theoretical studies(quantum-chemical calculation) of the electronic processes taking place invarious interfaces such as organic/metal, organic/oxide and metal/oxide; andtheir implication in functionalized devices.

A few relevant publications

Depolarization Effectsin Self-Assembled Monolayers: A Quantum-Chemical Insight

D. Cornil, Y. Olivier,V. Geskin, J. Cornil

Advanced FunctionalMaterials 17 (2007) 1143-1148

 

Large Work FunctionShift of Gold Induced by a Novel Perfluorinated Azobenzene-Based Self-AssembledMonolayer

N. Crivillers, S.Osella, C. Van Dyck, G.M. Lazzerini, D. Cornil, A. Liscio, F. Di Stasio, S.Mian, O. Fenwick, F. Reinders, M. Neuburger, E. Treossi, M. Mayor, V. Palermo,F. Cacialli, J. Cornil, P. Samori

Advanced Materials 25(2013) 432-436

 

Interface Dipole atMetallic Surfaces Covered by Methylthiolated and PerfluoromethylthiolatedSelf-Assembled Monolayers: Influence of the Basis set and Decomposition Scheme

D. Cornil, H. Li, C.Woods, G. Pourtois, J.L. Brédas, J. Cornil

ChemPhysChem 14 (2013)2939-2946

 

Work Function Shiftsof ZnO Surfaces upon Deposition of Self-Assembled Monolayers: A TheoreticalInsight

D. Cornil, T. VanRegemorter, D. Beljonne, J. Cornil

Physical ChemistryChemical Physics 16 (2014) 20887-20899