Dima Perepichka

Professor
Departmental Chair

B.Sc. (Donetsk State University, Ukraine, 1994)
Ph.D. (Institute of Physical Organic Chemistry, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, 1999)
Postdoctoral fellow (University of Durham, UK, 1999-2001)
Postdoctoral fellow (UCLA, 2001-2002)

Awards:

2018                    Peng Chen Scholar Award (Peking University – Shenzhen)
2017                     Premio Venezia for Scientific Collaboration (Italian Chamber of Commerce)
2017-2024         Sir William C. MacDonald Chair in Chemistry (McGill)
2016                    Fulbright Visiting Chair (Fulbright Canada/California Nanosystems Institute)
2015                    Award for Research Excellence in Materials Chemistry (CSC)
2012                    Tomlinson Science Award (McGill University)|
2009                    Feinberg Foundation Visiting Faculty Fellow (Weizmann Inst. Science, Israel)
2008                   NSERC Accelerator Grant
2008                   CNC-IUPAC Travel Award
2006                    DuPont Young Professor (DuPont USA)
2003                    Nouveaux Professeur-Chercheur Stratégique (FQRNT, Quebec)
1998                    Young Scientist Presidential Fellowship (National Acad. Science, Ukraine)
1997                     L.M.Litvinenko PhD scholarship (Inst. Physical Organic Chemistry, Ukraine)

Office: 415
Phone: (514)398-6233
Email: Dmitrii.Perepichka [at] mcgill.ca
Web Page: http://www.perepichka-group.mcgill.ca

Lab: 341
Lab Phone: (514)398-7091


Research Themes:

Materials Chemistry 

Synthesis/Catalysis


Research Description:

Our research lays at the interface of organic and materials chemistry, focusing on synthesis of new electronic properties in organic matter and their implementation in optoelectronic devices, both in thin films (field-effect transistors, photovoltaics, etc) and at the nanoscale. While design of new molecules and materials is at the core of our activities, the group is actively involved in a variety of state-of-art characterization studies, including advanced spectroelectrochemical methods, STM study of molecule-surface interactions, nanoscale electrical measurements, fabrication of prototype devices.


Currently Teaching:

CHEM 222 Intro Organic Chemistry 2 4 Credits
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
  • Winter
  • Summer

CHEM 234 Topics in Organic Chemistry 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
  • Winter
  • Summer

CHEM 552 Physical Organic Chem 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
  • Winter
  • Summer