Krause is a 2015-2019 Self Graduate Fellow pursuing a Ph.D. in applied mathematics. She received a B.S. (2015) in mathematics from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, Platteville, Wisconsin a M.A. (2017) in mathematics from the University of Kansas. Krause has served on the executive board for the KU Math Graduate Student Organization, and she has also served as president of the KU Student Chapter of the Association for Women in Mathematics. Her research interests are in dynamical systems and numerical analysis, and her current work focuses on data assimilation, with direct applications to weather and climate modeling. Krause hopes to continue studying the application of data assimilation procedures in either government or industry after she finishes her Ph.D.
Mentor: Erik Van Vleck, Professor, Mathematics