Jean-Marie LentaliAlumni, (Formerly at) École Polytechnique
Jean-Marie Lentali was a PhD student at Ecole Polytechnique (France), under the supervision of Marcel Filoche. He studied electrical engineering and nanotechnologies at the Ecole Polytechnique for 3 years, followed by several internships in spintronics and superconductivity specialized laboratories.
After having obtained his master degree at the university Paris VII in « Quantum devices », he started his PhD on the subject of transport and recombination phenomena in disordered media such as InGaN/Gan based LEDs. By applying the localization landscape theory to these disordered semiconductor alloys, he aims at unraveling the reasons behind the efficiency droop of blue LEDs and the so-called green gap problem.