Mylène Sauty has expertise in low energy photoemission spectroscopy, scanning tunneling electroluminescence microscopy and low energy electron microscopy. She is using these original experimental techniques to study the fundamental properties of nitride materials such as electron localization induced by disorder, transport properties and bandstructure characteristics.
Mylène Sauty has obtained her PhD in June 2022. She was working under the supervision of Dr. Jacques Peretti and Prof. Claude Weisbuch on the experimental study of the impact of alloy disorder on the electronic and optical properties of nitride semiconductor compounds, at LPMC (Condensed Matter Laboratory) of Ecole Polytechnique.
She is currently on a short post-doctoral position to deepen some of the findings she has made during her PhD about electron localization due to disorder in nitride ternary alloys.
She is also involved in various teaching programs, such as the preparation of the Ecole Polytechnique’s team for the International Physicists’ Tournament.
MS in Physics, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris, International Centre for Fundamental Physics (ICFP)