Roland Vogt

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Present position:

PhD student

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Academic History · Research · Publications

Academic History

  • 2009 - 2015: Study of Environmental Science at the Institute of Environmental Sciences, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany. Major: Ecotoxicology.

  • Diploma-thesis: Indirect effects of nTiO2 caught by algae on Daphnia magna.



Research interests:

  • Aquatic ecotoxicology
  • Impact of inorganic nanoparticles on the aquatic environment

Current Research project:

FENOMENO - Fate and effect of wastewater-borne manufactured nanomaterials in aquatic ecosystems.



  • Vogt R., Mozhayeva D., Steinhoff B., Schardt A., Spelz B. T. F., Philippe A., Kurtz S., Schaumann G. E., Engelhard C., Schönherr C., Lamatsch D.K., Wanzenböck, J. (2019). Spatiotemporal distribution of silver and silver-containing nanoparticles in a prealpine lake in relation to the discharge from a wastewater treatment plant, Science of the Total Environment 696: 134034,

  • Hartmann S., Vogt R., Kunze J., Rauschert A., Kuhnert K.- D., Wanzenböck J., Lamatsch D.K., Witte, K. (2018): Zebrafish larvae show negative phototaxis to near-infrared light. PLOSone 13(11): e0207264.

  • Bundschuh M., Vogt R., Seitz F., Rosenfeldt R.R., Schulz R. (2016). Do titanium dioxide nanoparticles induce food depletion for filter feeding organisms? A case study with Daphnia magna. Environmental Pollution 214:840-846. doi:10.1016/j.envpol.2016.04.092
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