Vincent LEMAUR2018-09-28T13:27:45+00:00

Phone: 065/37.38.63


Vincent Lemaur received a Master degree in Chemistry from the University of Mons in 2001.
In 2005, he received a PhD in Sciences from the University of Mons. After two years as research assistant at the University of Mons, he joined in 2007 the Materia Nova Research Center staff. In 2010, he went back to the University of Mons as research assistant.
His research topics deal with the study of the conformational and/or opto-electronic properties of small organic (conjugated) molecules and polymers by combining molecular mechanic techniques with quantum-chemical approaches.

A few relevant publications

Charge Transport Properties in Discotic Liquid Crystals: A Quantum-Chemical Insight into Structure-Property Relationships.
V. Lemaur, D.A. da Silva Filho, V. Coropceanu, M. Lehmann, Y. Geerts, J. Piris, M.G. Debije, A.M. van de Craats, K. Senthilkumar, L.D.A. Siebbeles, J.M. Warman, J.L. Brédas, and J. Cornil.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 126, (2004) 3271-3279.

Photoinduced Charge Generation and Recombination Dynamics in Model Donor/Acceptor Pairs for Solar Cell Applications: A Full Quantum-Chemical Treatment.
V. Lemaur, M.C. Steel, D. Beljonne, J.L. Brédas, and J. Cornil.
Journal of the American Chemical Society 127 (2005) 6077-6086.

Theoretical Characterization of the Structural and Hole Transport Dynamics in Liquid-Crystalline Phthalocyanine Stacks.
Y. Olivier, L. Muccioli, V. Lemaur, Y.H. Geerts, C. Zannoni, and J. Cornil.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B 113 (2009) 14102-14111.

Structural and Charge-Transport Properties of a Liquid-Crystalline a,w-Disubstituted Thiophene Derivative: A Joint Experimental and Theoretical Study.
V. Lemaur, S. Bouzakraoui, Y. Olivier, P. Brocorens, C. Burhin, J. El Beghdadi, A. Martin-Hoyas, A. Jonas, D.A. Serban, A. Vlad, N. Boucher, J. Leroy, M. Sferrazza, S. Melinte, S. Sergeev, Y. Geerts, R. Lazzaroni, J. Cornil, B. Nysten.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C 114 (2010) 4617-4627.

Mechanistic Study of the Collision-Induced Dissociation of Sodium-Cationized Polylactide Oligomers: A Joint Experimental and Theoretical Study.
J. De Winter, V. Lemaur, Ph. Marsal, O. Coulembier, J. Cornil, Ph. Dubois, and P. Gerbaux.
Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry 21 (2010) 1159-1168.