Mylène Pardoen is a soundscape archaeologist at the CNRS. She studies and analyzes historical soundscapes and designs their restitution. Designer of the Bretez Project, she is also an expert in acoustics at the CNRS for the restoration of Notre-Dame cathedral. She participates in many virtual reconstruction projects where she works on the audio segment. She created a think tank on the reading of history through the prism of the sensory: GERESSENS. In 2020, she was awarded the CNRS Crystal Medal for all of her work.