Andre Anderko is responsible for technology at OLI Systems. In his role as CTO, he oversees every aspect of OLI development: the research that provides the foundation for physical property and corrosion models, parameter development through thermophysical modeling, continued development of OLI solvers, and software product development. In his R&D function, he manages sponsored research projects and works on corrosion modeling.
Andre is the architect and author of OLI’s corrosion simulation technology. He has led the development of OLI’s Mixed-Solvent Electrolyte framework, including thermodynamic and transport property models. Also, he developed a model for the thermodynamic behavior of electrolyte systems at high temperatures.
Areas of Expertise
• Thermophysical properties
• Solution chemistry
Helmholtz Award of the International Association for the Properties of Water and Steam (2000)
Bengough Awards of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (2006, 2011)
R&D100 Award for the Corrosion Analyzer (2007)
• Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, Berkeley, Department of Chemistry, 1990-1992
• PhD, Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences, 1989
• MS/BS, Technical University of Warsaw, Department of Chemistry, 1987