T.M. Nolte

Tom_Nolte

T.M. Nolte MSc (Tom)
PhD student

Contact info:
Radboud University Nijmegen
Faculty of Science
Department of Environmental Science

Postal address:
P.O. Box 9010 (mailbox 89)
NL-6500 GL NIJMEGEN

Visiting address:
Heyendaalseweg 135
(Huygens building; 2nd floor, wing 6; room 02.609)
6525 AJ NIJMEGEN

Tel. +31 (0)24 365 32 70
E-mail: t.nolte@science.ru.nl


Project
: iPiE

Research themes: Fate modelling; exposure modelling; big data analysis

Available internships

Curriculum Vitae
I graduated in 2014 in chemistry (Bene Meritum) at Radboud University Nijmegen. Since, I worked as a natural sciences teacher and as a junior researcher. Currently, I am employed as a PhD student at the Department of Environmental Science.

Current project:Fate and exposure modelling of ionizable organic chemicals
This research is part of the iPiE project that aims to perform an intelligence-led assessment of pharmaceuticals in the environment. During early development of pharmaceuticals, large amounts of compound property data and pharmacokinetic data are produced. In my research I will use big data, machine learning and underlying mechanisms to develop Quantitative Structure-Property Relationships (QSPRs) which predict environmental fate and exposure properties of new compounds.

Previously, I worked on several projects aiming to design smart testing strategies for risk assessment of nanoparticles.

Papers

  • Pera H; Nolte TM; Leermakers FAM; Kleijn JM, 2014, Coverage and disruption of phospholipid membranes by oxide nanoparticles, Langmuir 30(48): 14581–14590
  • Nolte TM; Kettler K; Meesters JAJ; Hendriks AJ; Van de Meent D, 2015, A semi-empirical model for passive transport of inorganic nanoparticles across a lipid bilayer – Implications for uptake by living cells, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 34(3):488–496
  • Nolte TM; Hartmann NIBH; Kleijn JM; Garnæs J; van de Meent D; Hendriks AJ; Baun A, 2015, Physical interaction between plastic nanoparticles and green algae as influenced by surface functionalization. [under review]

Presentations

  • Kleijn M; Pera H; Nolte TM, Leermakers FAM, 2014, Coverage and disruption of phospholipid membranes by oxide nanoparticles. 8th International Conference Interfaces Against Pollution (IAP), May 26-28, Leeuwarden, the Netherlands
  • Hartmann NB; Nolte TM; Soerensen M; Jensen PR; Baun A, 2015, Aquatic Ecotoxicity testing of nanoplastics – Lessons learned from nanoecotoxicology. Aquatic Sciences Meeting, February 22-27, Granada, Spain