Amanda Youssef

Amanda graduated with her Ph.D. in June 2018, and studied oxygen-related defects in silicon PV material using an approach from macro to nanoscale. She also employed microscopy techniques such as atom probe tomography and transmission electron microscopy to study thin films, buried interfaces in Schottky diodes and phosphorus-diffused emitters. She received her M.S. in 2014 from MIT and her B.Eng. from the Lebanese American University in 2012. Amanda was a recipient of the Fulbright scholarship in 2012. She is currently a Staff Silicon Engineer at SunPower.

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