Amine SLASSI2019-02-10T09:44:51+00:00


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Amine Slassi studied Physics at Mohammed V University of Rabat (Morocco). In December 2015, he received a PhD degree from the same University entitled ‘’ Fundamental Properties of Metal Oxide-Based Transparent Conducting Oxides: Ab Initio Insights’’ under the supervision of Prof. A. El Kenz and Prof. A. Benyoussef. The purpose of his PhD work was mainly focused on understanding the fundamental physical properties of metal oxides, including structural, electronic, optical and electrical properties, in order to look for new metal oxide materials candidates for Transparent Conducting Oxide Applications. To do so, the First-principles Density Functional Theory and Semiclassical Boltzmann Transport Theory were employed. Since October 2016, he has joined the Laboratory for Chemistry of Novel Materials at University of Mons (UMONS) as a Postdoctoral researcher. His field of work deals with the theoretical study of interactions between two-dimensional (2D) transition metal dichalcogenide heterostructures.

A few relevant publications

“Theoretical characterization of strain and interfacial electronic effects in donor-acceptor bilayers of 2D transition metal dichalcogenides”.

Amine Slassi and Jérôme Cornil.

2D Mater. 6, 015025 (2019).

“Doping of Monolayer Transition Metal Dichalcogenides via Physisorption of Aromatic Solvent Molecules”

Y. Wang, A. Slassi, M-A Stoeckel, S. Bertolazzi, J. Cornil, D. Beljonne, P. Samorì.

JPC Letters (2019).

“Electronic band structure and visible-light photocatalytic activity of Bi2WO6: Elucidating the effect of lutetium doping”.

H. Ait Ahsaine, El jaouhari, A. Slassi,   M. Ezahri,  A. Benlhachemi,  B. Bakiz,   F. Guinneton,   J.-R. Gavarri.

RSC Advances 6, 101105-101114 (2016).

“Ab initio study of a cubic perovskite: Structural, electronic, optical and electrical properties of native, lanthanum- and antimony-doped barium tin oxide”

A. Slassi.

Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing 32, 100-106 (2015).

“On the transparent conducting oxide Al doped ZnO: First Principles and Boltzmann equations study”.

A. Slassi, S. Naji, A. Benyoussef, M. Hamedoun, A. El Kenz.

Journal of Alloys and Compounds 605, 118-123 (2014).