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Greg Welch is an assistant professor of chemistry in UCalgary's Faculty of Science and the Canada Research Chair in Solar Energy Materials and Devices. Greg is currently exploring the design and synthesis of organic pi-conjugated materials and investigating how these materials can be utilized in electronic devices. This area of research is critical to making advancements in next-generation energy conversion and storage devices.
- McAffee, S.M., Topple, J.M., Sun, J.P., Hill, I.G. and Welch, G.C. 2015. “The Structural Evolution of an isoindigo-based non fullerene acceptor for use in organic photovoltaics”. RSC Advances, 5 (97): 80098-80109.
- McAffee, S.M., McCahill, J.S.J., Macaulay, C.M., Hendsbee, A.D. and Welch, G.C. 2015. “Utility of a heterogeneous palladium catalyst for the synthesis of a molecular semiconductor via Stille, Suzuki, and direct heteroarylation cross-coupling reactions.” RSC Advances, 5(33): 26097-26106.
- Hendsbee, A.D., McAfee, S.M., Sun, J.P., McCormick, T.M., Hill, I.G. and Welch, G.C. 2015. “Phthalimide-based π-conjugated small molecules with tailored electronic energy levels for use as acceptors in organic solar cells.” Journal of Materials Chemistry. 3(34): 8904-8915.
- McAffee, S.M., Topple, J.M., Hill, I.G. and Welch, G.C. 2015. “Key components to the recent performance increases of solution processed non-fullerene small molecule acceptors.” Journal of Materials Chemistry. 3(32): 16393-16408.
- McAffee, S.M., Topple, J.M., Payne, A.J., Sun, J.P., Hill, I.G. and Welch, G.C. 2015. “An Electron-Deficient Small Molecule Accessible From Sustainable Synthesis and Building Blocks for Use as a Fullerene Alternative in Organic Photovoltaics.” ChemPhysChem 16: 1190-1202.