PhD Candidate, School of Physics and Astronomy, University of St Andrews, University of Luxembourg
Andreas works as a researcher at the University of Aarhus and with the industrial partner Kvantify, where he is developing applications of quantum technology. Before this, he completed a binational PhD project at the University of St Andrews and the University of Luxembourg, where he worked on the quantum theory of exotic hybrid materials.
His ongoing interest in how the global energy questions connect physics and policy was ignited during his undergraduate, when he worked with Danish scientists to investigate how to optimize the European power infrastructure for a future of renewable energy. His work at the Centre includes writing blog posts on this topic, being invited to debate Scotland’s nuclear future, and chairing several sessions at the EE2021 conference.