Megan is a PhD student in the Materials Science option and joined the Atwater group in September 2017. She graduated from Yale in 2015 with a B.S. in Physics, and her current interests are in high-efficiency photovoltaic devices. Her previous research experience includes capacitance-voltage profiling of III-V photovoltaics, as well as a brief stint at CERN researching Z—>tt decays. Outside of the lab, Megan can be found swimming, running, cooking, and playing water polo.
Megan Phelan, David R. Needell, Haley Bauser, Hanxiao Su, Michael Deceglie, San Theingi, Brent Koscher, Zach Nett, Colton R. Bukowsky, Ognjen Ilic, Paul Stradins, John Geisz, Ralph Nuzzo, A. Paul Alivisatos, Harry A. Atwater
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 223 (2021) 110945 (2021) - Photovoltaics
Haley C. Bauser, Colton R. Bukowsky, Megan Phelan, William Weigand, David R. Needell, Zachary C. Holman, and Harry A. Atwater
ACS Photonics (2020) - Photovoltaics
Autonomous Light Management in Flexible Photoelectrochromic Films Integrating High Performance Silicon Solar Microcells
Maggie M. Potter, Mikayla A. Yoder, Aaron Petronico, Sean E. Lehman, Bruno G. Nicolau, Michael J. Enright, Megan Phelan, Junwen He, Harry A. Atwater, and Ralph G. Nuzzo
ACS Appl. Energy Mater. 2020, 3, 1540−1551 (2020) - Photovoltaics