Anke Krutof received her B. Sc. in process engineering and her M. Sc. in chemical engineering from Mannheim University of Applied Sciences, Germany. After visiting Memorial University for her master's thesis she returned to St. John’s, Canada to continue her education in the field of renewable fuels. During her PhD work she focused on the optimization of the pyrolysis process for the production of liquid fuels from wood waste. In September 2019, Dr. Krutof joined the fast pyrolysis research at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. Her focus at KIT is on the thermodynamic modelling of fast pyrolysis bio-oil.
- Dissertation, Master and Bachelor of Science with Distinction
- SWANA Atlantic Canada Chapter Award Robert P. Stearns/SCS Engineers Scholarship, Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA)
- PhD Short Communication 1st Price, 14th International Renewable Resources & Biorefineries Conference Ghent, Belgium RRB14
- TD Graduate Bursary for Environmental Study, TD Bank Group
- Understanding and modelling of fast pyrolysis bio-oil thermodynamic behavior
- Investigation of aerosol formation during fast pyrolysis and condensation