Frédéric LOOSLI, PhD
Postdoctoral Scholar

frederic.loosli@univie.ac.at

 

Room Number: 2C475 | Tel.: +43-1-4277-53371

Research interests

characterization and transformation of engineered nanomaterials in environmental systems

Curriculum vitae

Since June 2018: Postdoctoral Scholar at the Department of Environmental Geosciences, University of Vienna

2016-2018: Postdoctoral Scholar at the University of South Carolina, Center for Environmental Nanoscience and Risk, USA

2015-2016: Postdoctoral Scholar at University Paris 7 Diderot, Laboratoire Matière et Systèmes Complexes, France

2011-2015: PhD at the University of Geneva, Institut F.-A. Forel, Switzerland. Thesis title: "Importance of complexation processes on the fate, reactivity and transport of manufactured nanoparticles in aquatic systems"

2008-2011: MSc in chemistry at the University of Geneva, Switzerland

2004-2007: Chemical engineer studies at the HES Fribourg, Switzerland

Publications

Loosli, F.,  Yi, Z., Berti, D., Baalousha, M., 2018, Toward a better extraction of titanium dioxide engineered nanomaterials from complex environmental matrices: NanoImpact, DOI: 10.1016/j.impact.2018.06.002

Loosli, F., and Stoll, S., 2017, Effect of surfactants, pH and water hardness on the surface properties and agglomeration behavior of engineered TiO2 nanoparticles: Environmental Science: Nano, DOI: 10.1039/C6EN00339G

Loosli, F., Najm, M., Chan, R., Oikonomou, E., Grados, A., Receveur, M. and Berret, J.F., 2016, Wire-active microrheology to differentiate viscoelastic liquids from soft solids: ChemPhysChem, DOI:10.1002/cphc.201601037

Loosli, F., Najm, M., and Berret, J.F., 2016, Viscoelasticity of model surfactant solution determined by rotational magnetic spectroscopy: Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, v. 510, p 143-149

Loosli, F., Vitorazi, L., Berret, J.F., and Stoll, S., 2015, Isothermal titration calorimetry as a powerful tool to quantify and better understand agglomeration mechanisms during interaction processes between TiO2 nanoparticles and humic acids: Environmental Science: Nano, v. 2, p 541-550

Busch, V., Loosli, F., Santagapita, P., Buera, P., and Stoll, S., 2015, Formation of complexes between nanoparticles and non-conventional galactomannan gum. Toward a better understanding on interaction processes: Science of the Total Environment, v. 532, p 556-563

Loosli, F., Vitorazi, L., Berret, J.F., and Stoll, S., 2015, Towards a better understanding on agglomeration mechanisms and thermodynamic properties of TiO2 nanoparticles with natural organic matter: Water Research, v. 80, p 139-148

Loosli, F., Le Coustumer, P., and Stoll, S., 2015, Effect of electrolyte valency, alginate concentration and pH on engineered TiO2 nanoparticle stability in aqueous solution: Science of the Total Environment, v. 535, p 28-34

Loosli, F., Le Coustumer, P., and Stoll, S., 2015, Impact of alginate concentration on the stability of agglomerates made of TiO2 engineered nanoparticles: Water hardness and pH effect: Journal of Nanoparticle Research, DOI: 10.1007/s11051-015-2863-2

Loosli, F., Mohd Omar, F., Carnal, F., Oriekhova, O., Clavier, A.,  Chai, Z. and Stoll, S., 2014, Manufactured nanoparticle behavior and transformations in aquatic systems. Importance of natural organic matter: Chimia, v. 68, no. 11, p. 783-787

Loosli, F., Le Coustumer, P., and Stoll, S., 2014, Effect of natural organic matter on the disagglomeration of manufactured TiO2 nanoparticles: Environmental Science: Nano, v. 1 , p. 154-160

Loosli, F., Le Coustumer, P., and Stoll, S., 2013, TiO2 nanoparticles aggregation and disaggregation in presence of alginate and Suwannee River humic acids. pH and concentration effects on nanoparticle stability: Water Research, v. 47, no. 16, p. 6052-6063

Loosli, F., and Stoll, S., 2012, Adsorption of TiO2 nanoparticles at the surface of micron-sized latex particles. pH and concentration effects on suspension stability: Journal of Colloid Science and Biotechnology, v. 1, no. 1, p. 113-121

Loosli, F., Alonso, D., Grassi, D., Zaffalon, P.L., Favarger, F., and Zumbuehl, A., 2012, Clickosomes—using triazole-linked phospholipid connectors to fuse vesicles: Chemical Communications, v. 48, no. 10, p. 1604-1606