Dr. Lyndsey McMillon-Brown is a research electrical engineer at NASA Glenn Research Center where she focuses on solar cell materials development. She is currently the lead investigator of an effort to develop perovskite solar cells that can be manufactured in space and on the moon. Lyndsey was recently awarded the NASA Early Career Achievement medal and the NASA Space flight awareness trailblazer award for her work developing perovskite solar cells for implementation in space. Prior to joining NASA, Lyndsey earned her Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering at Yale University in 2019 where she researched novel materials and nano-patterns for advanced light trapping in solar cells. Lyndsey earned her bachelor’s in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering from Miami University in Ohio in 2013.