Ernest Afriyie

Research Scientist (Infrared Spectroscopy)
Environmental and Biochemical Sciences
T: 01224395110
Early career researcher with background in the application of engineering principles to soil and water management, with specific applications in soil erosion modelling and catchment management, tillage, compaction, remediation and management, proximal and remote sensing, data fusion techniques, data-driven soft sensing & modelling, precision agriculture and conservation, spatial analytics, analytical techniques of FTIR (Fourier Transform Infrared) spectroscopy etc.

Clay mineralogy predictions from FTIR (Fourier Transform Infrared) spectroscopy.

Soil health monitoring indices from spectroscopy

In-field continuous monitoring of river quality

Past research

Development of a decision support tool that combines high resolution spectral data for site specific precision conservation application

Redesigning the Morgan-Morgan-Finney Soil Erosion Model to evaluate the efficacy of the Aqueel and wheel track roller in soil erosion conservation.