Stinville Research Group

Materials Science and Engineering

M. Calvat

Description: Mathieu initiated his academic journey in France, embarking on chemistry studies at a technical university. He progressed to specialize in ceramic materials at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Céramique Industrielle (ENSCI) and then in metallic materials at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Mécanique et Aérotechnique (ISAE-ENSMA). Pursuing a PhD at INSA Rouen, he focused on how a bimodal grain size distribution affects the strain mechanisms in stainless steels. Following his PhD, Mathieu contributed to research on the VHCF behavior of CMCs at elevated temperatures at the Pprime Institute. In 2024, he advanced his career as a postdoctoral fellow in our group, with research interests spanning the strain mechanisms of diverse material classes and the creation of representative synthetic microstructures.

Research Interests

In-situ characterization
Crystal plasticity
Mechanical properties
High and Very high cycle fatigue

Research Area


Research Topics

Materials for Energy and the Environment
Mechanical Properties and Materials for Extreme Conditions

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