Mikael Perrut


Mikael Perrut

Specially Appointed Associate Professor

Metallic Phase DiagramsMicrostructure modellingTiAl-based alloys

Research Projects

  • In-situ observation of 3D spiral eutectic solidification

  • Influence of latent heat in the precipitation of γ’ phase in nickel-based superalloys

2004 - 2007

PhD in Physics, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France

2007 - 2009

Postdoctoral Studies, Laboratoire Léon Brillouin, CEA Saclay, France

2009 - 2017

Metallic Materials Research Engineer, Châtillon, France

2017 -

Head of Metallic Materials Microstructures and Processes (M3P) Unit, Onera, Châtillon, France

2018 -

Specially Appointed Associate Professor, School of Materials and Chemical Technology, Tokyo Institute of Technology


Akamatsu S, Bottin-Rousseau S, Perrut M, Faivre G, Witusiewicz V, Sturz L, “Real-time study of thin and bulk eutectic growth in succinonitrile-(d)camphor alloys”, J Cryst Growth 299-2, 418-428 (2007)


Akamatsu S, Perrut M, Bottin-Rousseau S, Faivre G, “Spiral Two-Phase Dendrites”, Phys Rev Lett 104-5, 056101 (2010)


Perrut M, Mathon MH, Delagnes D, Small-angle neutron scattering of multiphase secondary hardening steels, Journal of Materials Science 47-4, 1920-1929 (2011)


Perrut M, Locq D, “γ′ precipitation kinetics in the powder metallurgy superalloy N19 and influence of the precipitation latent heat”, MATEC Web of Conferences 14, 09004 (2014)


Perrut M, Thermodynamic “Modeling by the CALPHAD Method and its Applications to Innovative Materials”, Aerospace Lab Journal 09-10 (2015)


Paris A, Perrut M, Daloz D, Denquin A, “Silicide Precipitation in Silicon-Doped γ-TiAl Alloys” in: Proceedings of the 13th World Conference on Titanium, edited by V. Venkatesh et al., J. Wiley and Sons, 1237-1242 (2016)