Katy Hartman

Katy defended her Ph.D. thesis in Fall 2014, and stayed as a postdoc in the PVLab until April 2015. Her research interests focused on Earth-abundant materials for thin-film solar cells, as well as the application of solar technology in developing countries. Her thesis research focused on annealing of tin sulfide (SnS) thin films in hydrogen-sulfide ambient. She completed her B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering at MIT in 2008, and has also worked as an intern at Evergreen Solar, Inc. Outside of MIT, Katy enjoys cooking, biking, hiking, astronomy and live music. Katy has received an NSF graduate research fellowship and an Intel PhD fellowship.

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