Laboratoire des Matériaux et du Génie Physique, Grenoble INP & CNRS, 3 parvis Louis Néel, Minatec, 38016 Grenoble, France.
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Vincent Consonni received his Engineering Degree from Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Electrochimie et d'Electrométallurgie de Grenoble (now Phelma) in Functional Materials in 2004 and then his PhD in Materials Science and Engineering in 2008 from Grenoble INP. His PhD thesis research works were carried out in CEA-LETI, Grenoble, on the development of polycrystalline CdTe films for x-ray detectors. He then spent a post-doctoral stay in Paul-Drude-Institut für Festkörperelektronik, Berlin, in which he investigated the nucleation and growth mechanisms of GaN nanowires by molecular beam epitaxy. He subsequently spent a post-doctoral stay in Laboratoire des Technologies de la Microélectronique (Université Grenoble Alpes), in which he investigated the formation mechanisms of ZnO nanowires by chemical deposition techniques. He joined Laboratoire des Matériaux et du Génie Physique (Université Grenoble Alpes) as a CNRS research scientist in 2011 and received his "Habilitations à Diriger des Recherches" in 2016. Vincent Consonni has been the co-leader of NanoMAT team since 2018 and he has been supervising the research line devoted to semiconducting nanowires and nanostructures since 2013.
His research focuses on the physical-chemistry of micro- and nano-structures involving compound semiconductors (ZnO, TiO2, Sb2S3, ...) with a special emphasis on their chemical synthesis. He is currently working on ZnO nanowires and related heterostructures for optoelectronic and piezoelectric devices.
Special Issue in the journal Nanomaterials: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/nanomaterials/special_issues/ZnO_nanowires
More details and a complete list of publications can be found here: Google Scholar & ORCID & ResearcherID
C. Lausecker, B. Salem, X. Baillin, and V. Consonni, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C in press (2019)
Modeling the Elongation of Nanowires Grown by Chemical Bath Deposition Using a Predictive Approach
P. Gaffuri, E. Appert, O. Chaix-Pluchery, Laetitia Rapenne, M. Salaün, and V. Consonni, Inorganic Chemistry 58, 10269 (2019)
The Path of Gallium from Chemical Bath into ZnO Nanowires: Mechanisms of Formation and Incorporation
V. Consonni, J. Briscoe, E. Kärber, X. Li, and T. Cossuet, Nanotechnology 30, 362001 (2019).
ZnO Nanowires for Solar Cells : A Comprehensive Review
L. Lecarme, V. Consonni, F. Lafolet, T. Cossuet, M. Mermoux, F. Sauvage, A. Nourdine, F. Alloin, and J. Leprêtre, ACS Applied Energy Materials 2, 6254 (2019)
ZnO Nanowires as a Promotor of High Photo-Induced Efficiency and Voltage Gain for Cathode Battery Recharching
C. Lausecker, B. Salem, X. Baillin, H. Roussel, E. Sarigiannidou, F. Bassani, E. Appert, S. Labau, and V. Consonni, Nanotechnology 30, 345601 (2019)
Formation Mechanisms of ZnO Nanowires on Polycrystalline Au Seed Layers for Piezoelectric Applications
T. Cossuet, H. Roussel, J.M. Chauveau, O. Chaix-Pluchery, J.L. Thomassin, E. Appert, and V. Consonni, Nanotechnology 29, 475601 (2018)
Well-Ordered ZnO Nanowires with Controllable Inclination on Semipolar ZnO Surfaces by Chemical Bath Deposition
T. Cossuet, J. Resende, L. Rapenne, O. Chaix-Pluchery, C. Jiménez, G. Renou, A.J. Pearson, R.L.Z. Hoye, D. Blanc-Pelissier, N.D. Nguyen, E. Appert, D. Munoz-Rojas, V. Consonni, and J.L. Deschanvres, Advanced Functional Materials 1803142 (2018)
ZnO/CuCrO2 Core-Shell Nanowire Heterostructures for Self-Powered UV Photodetectors with Fast Response
T. Cossuet, F. Donatini, A.M. Lord, E. Appert, J. Pernot, and V. Consonni, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 122, 22767-22775 (2018)
Polarity-Dependent High Electrical Conductivity of ZnO Nanorods and Its Relation to Hydrogen
mise à jour le 13 mai 2020