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Sauty Mylène

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Groupe Electrons Photons Surfaces

Contact : Mylene.sauty-AT-polytechnique.edu

T. +33 (0)1 69 33 47 17

After my baccalauréat in 2013, I went to classe préparatoire at the lycée Hoche of Versailles, at the end of which I joined the Ecole Normale Supérieure of Paris, in the physics department. During my studies, I followed a large variety of physics classes, opening me to several fields, over which I chose to specialize in condensed matter and nanotechnologies for my second year of master. My interest in teaching and the will to strengthen my knowledge in general physics pushed me to prepare the agregation, which I obtained in 2018.

I am now a PhD student of Jacques Peretti at the PMC laboratory, since September 2019. I am performing physics experiments, in order to study the impact of compositional disorder on the electronic and optical properties of some nitride semiconductor compounds. One of our main projects, in large collaboration with theoreticians from our lab and with other international groups, consists in understanding carrier localization and its effects on nitride semiconductor devices, for example on blue LEDs. In addition to this research, I supervise the team of Ecole polytechnique competing at the French and International Physicists Tournaments (FPT and IPT).

Apart from research activities, I enjoy using my physics knowledge to understand our everyday life world. I also devote a lot of my free time to reading and playing music.