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Megan Hyatt

Megan is an undergraduate student studying electrical engineering at Stanford. She is working on creating transparent electrical contacts for use in upconverter solar cells. Previously, she was a team lead for the Stanford Solar Car Project, where she designed, tested, and performed installation of the solar panels onto their solar-powered vehicle, as well as worked with the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory to determine feasibility of terahertz-frequency humidity detectors. In her free time, she enjoys playing saxophone in the Stanford Band, working out with friends, and advocating for a more sustainable world.