Curriculum Vitae Dr. Simon Krause

Dr. (rer. nat.) Simon Krause

Max-Planck-Institute for Solid State Research

Nanochemistry Department

Heisenbergstrasse 1

70569 Stuttgart

Germany

s.krause@fkf.mpg.de

Group Leader since Nov. 2021

Max-Planck-Institute for Solid State Research

Nanochemistry Department

(Prof. Dr. Bettina V. Lotsch)

Liebig Fellowship by the Fonds der Chemischen Industrie: “Cooperatively Mechanized Frameworks”

Postdoctoral Research Jan. 2021 – Oct. 2021

Max-Planck-Institute for Solid State Research

Nanochemistry Department

(Prof. Dr. Bettina V. Lotsch)

Feodor Lynen return fellowship by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation: “Motorized Covalent-Organic Frameworks”

Postdoctoral Research Mar. 2019 – Dec. 2020

University of Groningen, Netherlands

Faculty of Science and Engineering

Stratingh Institute for Chemistry (Prof. Dr. Ben L. Feringa)

Feodor Lynen postdoctoral research fellowship by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation: “Molecular motorized metal-organic frameworks (M3OFs)”


Doctoral Studies Apr. 2015 – Jan. 2019

Technical University Dresden, Germany

Department of Chemistry and Food Chemistry

Institute for Inorganic Chemistry I (Prof. Dr. Stefan Kaskel)

PhD Thesis: “Negative gas adsorption of flexible metal-organic frameworks

Final grade:  summa cum laude (with distinction)

Research Intership Feb. – Mar. 2016

Sandia National Laboratories, USA

Nanoelectronics and Nanophotonics Group (Dr. M. Allendorf)

Research internship on a TU Dresden Graduate Academy scholarship “Integration of switchable solids in sensing devices

Master of Science Studies Jun. 2013 – Mar. 2015

Technical University Dresden

Department of Chemistry and Food Chemistry

Institute for Inorganic Chemistry I (Prof. Dr. Stefan Kaskel)

Master Thesis: “Design, synthesis and characterization of switchable luminescent framework materials and their electrochemical properties“ Final grade: 1.0 (excellent).

Master of Science Studies Sep. 2012 – Jun. 2013

University of Nottingham, UK

School of Chemistry

Institute of Inorganic Chemistry (Prof. Dr. Martin Schröder)

Research project: “Synthesis of stable metal-organic frameworks for recovery of noble metals

Bachelor of Science Studies Oct. 2009 – Aug. 2012

Technical University Dresden

Department of Chemistry and Food Chemistry

Institute for Inorganic Chemistry I (Prof. Dr. Stefan Kaskel)

Bachelor Thesis: “Chiral functionalization of the metal-organic framework DUT-32” (excellent 1.0) .