Dmitrii Perepichka

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Dmitrii F. Perepichka
Alma materDonetsk State University, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Durham University, UCLA
Scientific career
InstitutionsMcGill University
Academic advisorsAnatoliy F. Popov,[1] Martin R. Bryce,[2] Fred Wudl[3]

Dmitrii "Dima" F. Perepichka (born 1972) is the Chair of Chemistry Department[4] and Sir William C. MacDonald Chair Professor[5] in Chemistry at McGill University. His research interest are primarily in the area of organic electronics. He has contributed in the understanding of structural electronics effects of organic conjugated materials at molecular, supramolecular, and macromolecular levels via the study of small molecules, supramolecular (co-)assemblies, polymers, covalent organic frameworks, and on-surface assemblies/polymers.

Research and publications[edit]

Prof. Perepichka has authored more than 200 publications on a diverse range of topics such as Conjugated system, Organic semiconductor, Covalent organic framework, Organic room-temperature phosphors, Organic solar cell, Organic persistent radicals, etc. in top-tier chemistry and materials journals such as Nature Materials[6] Nature Chemistry,[7] Journal of the American Chemical Society,[8] Angewandte Chemie International Edition, [9][10] etc. to name a few. Furthermore, he has published book chapters, as well as having over 100 invited seminars and invited conference presentations. [11]


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  2. ^ "Prof. MR Bryce - Durham University". Retrieved 20 August 2018.
  3. ^ "Fred Wudl - Department of Chemistry - UC Santa Barbara". Retrieved 20 August 2018.
  4. ^ "Dima Perepichka". Department of Chemistry. Retrieved 20 August 2018.
  5. ^ "Dima Perepichka becomes Sir William C. Macdonald Chair in Chemistry". Department of Chemistry. Retrieved 20 August 2018.
  6. ^ Galeotti, G.; De Marchi, F.; Hamzehpoor, E.; et al. (2020). "Synthesis of mesoscale ordered two-dimensional π-conjugated polymers with semiconducting properties". Nature Materials. 19 (8): 874–880. arXiv:2307.03433. Bibcode:2020NatMa..19..874G. doi:10.1038/s41563-020-0682-z. PMID 32424372. S2CID 218682687.
  7. ^ Hamzehpoor, E; Ruchlin, C.; et al. (2022). "Efficient room-temperature phosphorescence of covalent organic frameworks through covalent halogen doping". Nature Chemistry. 15 (1): 83–90. doi:10.1038/s41557-022-01070-4. PMID 36302870. S2CID 253183290.
  8. ^ Hamzehpoor, E.; et al. (2021). "Synthesis of Boroxine and Dioxaborole Covalent Organic Frameworks via Transesterification and Metathesis of Pinacol Boronates". Journal of the American Chemical Society. 143 (33): 13274–13280. doi:10.1021/jacs.1c05987. PMID 34428908.
  9. ^ Liu, C.-H.; et al. (2020). "A Pure‐Red Doublet Emission with 90% Quantum Yield: Stable, Colorless, Iodinated Triphenylmethane Solid". Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 59 (51): 23030–23034. doi:10.1002/anie.202009867. PMID 32822514. S2CID 225132059.
  10. ^ Che, Y.; et al. (2021). "Mechanism of the Photodegradation of A‐D‐A Acceptors for Organic Photovoltaics". Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 60 (47): 24833–24837. doi:10.1002/anie.202109357. PMID 34506067.
  11. ^ "Dmitrii F. Perepichka - Google Scholar Citations". Retrieved 7 November 2022.