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Manuel MONTAÑO, PhD
manuel.montano@univie.ac.at

Room Number: 2B422
Tel.: +43-1-4277-53345
Fax: +43-1-4277-853345

Research Interests:

Detection and characterization of engineered nanoparticles in complex biological and environmental systems, single particle ICP-MS and ICP-TOF-MS for the differentiation of engineered nanoparticles and naturally occurring nanominerals, studying the impact of nanomaterials on the fate and transport of molecular co-contaminants in nano-enabled consumer products.



Curriculum Vitae:

Since May 2017: Postdoctoral Scholar at the Department of Environmental Geosciences, University of Vienna.

2015-2017: Postdoctoral Research Associate at Duke University, Environmental Analytical Chemistry Laboratory, Center for Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology

2010-2014: PhD studies at Colorado School of Mines (United States of America), Department of Chemistry and Geochemistry

Thesis: “Studies into the detection, characterization, and behavior of naturally occurring and engineered inorganic nanoparticles” 

2006-2010: BSc studies at the Colorado School of Mines (United States of America), Department of Chemistry and Geochemistry



Publications:

Tadjiki, S.; Montaño, M. D.; Assemi, S.; Barber, A.; Ranville, J. F.; Beckett, R. (2017). Measurement of the Density of Engineered Silver Nanoparticles using Centrifugal FFF-TEM and Single Particle ICP-MS. Analytical Chemistry. DOI: 10.1021/acs.analchem.7b00652

Reed, R.; Bednar, A.; Martin, D.; Westerhoff, P.; Montaño, M.; Ranville, J. (2017). Multi-day dirurnal measurements of Ti-containing nanoparticle and organic chemical release from sunscreen use in natural surface water. Environmental Science: Nano. DOI:  10.1039/C6EN00283H

Montaño, M. Olesik, J.; Barber, A.; Challis, K.; Ranville, J. (2016). Single Particle ICP-MS: Advances toward routine analysis of nanomaterials. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry. DOI: 10.1007/s00216-016-9676-8

Montaño, M.; Majestic, B.; Jamting, A.; Westerhoff, P.; Ranville, J. (2016). Methods for improving the detection and characterization of silica colloids by spICP-MS. Analytical Chemistry. DOI: 10.1021/acs.analchem.5b04924

Speed, D.; Westerhoff, P.; Sierra-Alvarez, R.; Draper, R.; Pantano, P.; Aravamudhan, S.; Chen, K.-L.; Hristovski, K.; Herckes, P.; Bi, X.; Yang, Y.; Zeng, C.; Otero-Gonzalez, L.; Mikoryak, C.; Wilson, B.; Kosaraju, K.; Tarannum, M.; Crawford, S.; Yi, P.; Liu, X.; Babu, S.; Moinpour, M.; Ranville, J.; Montaño, M.; Corredor, C.; Posner, J.; Shadman, F. (2015). Physical, Chemical, and In Vitro Toxicological Characterization of Nanoparticles in Chemical Mechanical Planarization Suspensions Used in the Semiconductor Industry: Towards Environmental Health and Safety Assessments. Environmental Science: Nano. DOI: 10.1039/C5EN00046G

Montaño, M.; Badiei, H.; Bazargan, S.; Ranville, J. (2014). Improvements in the detection and characterization of engineered nanoparticles using spICP-MS with microsecond dwell times. Environmental Science: Nano. DOI: 10.1039/C4EN00058G 

Montaño, M.; Lowry, G.; von der Kammer, F.; Blue, J.; Ranville, J. (2014). Current Status and Future Direction for Examining Engineered Nanoparticles in Natural Systems. Environmental Chemistry. DOI: 10.1071/EN14037

Lin, F.; Montaño, M.; Tian, C.; Ji, Y.; Nordlund, D.; Weng, Tsu-C.; Moore, R.; Gillaspie, D.; Jones, K.; Dillon, A.; Richards, R.; Engtrakul, C. (2014). Electrochromic Performance of Nanocomposite Nickel Oxide Counter Electrodes Containing Lithium and Zirconium. Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells. DOI: 10.1016/j.solmat.2013.11.023

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