Andreas Krause basic education was in chemistry. His research focus is on interfaces and their effect on diffusion, especially hydrogen diffusion in the context of hydrogen embrittlement. For his research Andreas uses mainly computational methods like post Hartree-Fock methods, density functional theory (DFT) or molecular dynamic simulations (MD).

Education: 2011 MSc Chemistry (Dipl. chem.), Erlangen, Germany 2015 PhD Chemistry (Computational Chemistry), Erlangen, Germany 2019 MoA Upper Secondary Teaching, Växjö, Sweden

Research Projects

You can find previous research projects in the Diva database.