David Grosso

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Prof. D. Grosso was born in France 1970. After obtaining a PhD in developing sol-gel coatings for Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) in UK, he moved to the Netherlands to work for Philips on materials for microelectronics. He was appointed as associate professor in 2002, and as full-professor in 2007, at the University of Paris. He works in the Laboratory Chimie de la Matière Condensée de Paris (LCMCP) on the synthesis of nanostructured materials through liquid processing approaches. Most of his achievements concern nanostructured thin films and aerosol materials. He has co-developed the whole concept of coating processing from chemical solutions in a controlled environment. He is co-authors of around 150 articles and 15 patents with a h factor of 48. His work was awarded by the International Sol-gel Society (ISGS) in 2005 and by the French Society of Chemistry (SFC) in 2009. He has been a junior member of the French Institute of University since 2009 and he is co-founder of two start-up.

Some of Publications of the Member

Selected recent articles

2014

- Sol-gel based hydrophobic antireflective coatings on organic substrates: a detailed investigation of Ammonia Vapor Treatment (AVT).
M. Boudot, V. Gaud, M. Louarn, M. Selmane, D. Grosso.
Chem. Mater. 2014, DOI: 10.1021/cm403787v.

- Invitation From chemical solutions to inorganic nanostructured materials: a journey into evaporation-driven processes.
M. Faustini, C. Boissière, L. Nicole, D. Grosso,
Chem Mater (25th years anniversary, special issue) 2014, D.O.I.: 10.1021/cm402132y

- Invitation Molecular design of functional inorganic materials.
C. Sanchez, C. Boissiere, S. Cassaignon, C. Chaneac, O. Durupthy, M. Faustini, D. Grosso, C. Laberty-Robert, L. Nicole, D. Portehault, L. Rozes, F. Ribot, C. Sassoye.
Chem Mater (25th years anniversary, special issue) 2014, D.O.I. 10.1021/cm402528b

2013
- Invitation Liquid deposition approaches to self-assembled periodic nanomasks. Faustini M., Drisko G.L., Boissière C., and Grosso D.
Scripta Materialia, 2013 D.O.I.: 10.1016/j.scriptamat. 2013.07.029

- Soft-Chemistry-Based Routes to Epitaxial alpha-Quartz Thin Films with Tunable Textures.
A. Carretero-Genevrier, M. Gich, L. Picas, J. Gazquez, G.L. Drisko, C. Boissiere, D. Grosso, J. Rodriguez-Carvajal, C. Sanchez.
Science 2013, 340, 827.

- Green scalable aerosol synthesis of porous metal-organic frameworks.
A.G. Marquez, P. Horcajada, D. Grosso, G. Ferey, C. Serre, C C. Sanchez, C. Boissiere,
Chem. Comm. 2013, 49, 3848.

- Probing the energy barriers and magnetization reversal processes of nanoperforated membrane based percolated media.
V Neu, C Schulze, M Faustini, J Lee, D Makarov, D Suess, S-K Kim, D Grosso, L Schultz, M Albrecht.
Nanotechnology 2013, 24,145702.

- Electrochemical approaches for the fabrication and/or characterization of pure and hybrid templated mesoporous oxide thin films: a review.
Etienne, Mathieu; Guillemin, Yann; Grosso, David; Alain Walcarius.
Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 2013, 405, 1497-1512.

- Self-assembled titanium calcium oxide nanopatterns as versatile reactive nanomasks for dry etching lithographic transfer with high selectivity.
Faustini, M.; Drisko, G.L.; Letailleur, A.A.; Salas Montiel, R., Boissiere C.; Cattoni, A.; Haghiri-Gosnet, A.M.; Lerondel G.; Grosso, D.
Nanoscale 2013, 5, 984–990

Member Syntheses

MFA-001 (Standard)
David Grosso C. Boissiière C. Sanchez
Product name and / or Formula Magnesium Oxyfluoride
State / Form Ceramic Coating Porous materials
Properties Dielectric
Applications Anti-reflective coating Low-k layer
FTC - 001
David Grosso E.L. Crepaldi C. Sanchez G.J.D. Soler-Illia
Product name and / or Formula Mesoporous TiO2 film (standard)
State / Form Coating Porous materials Ceramic
Properties semiconductor high refractive index
Applications Photocatalysis, heterogeneous catalysis, photovoltaic, sensor
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