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Dr Paula Misiewicz

MSc MEng PhD AMIAgrE

Senior lecturer in Soil and Water Management

Teaching Duties

  • Global Agricultural Production (Engineering Module)
  • Soil Use and Farm Infrastructure (Engineering Module)
  • Soil Management and Plant Nutrition (Agriculture Module)
  • Soil and Water Management (MSc module)
  • Soil Tillage, Traction and Compaction (MSc module)
  • Forest Soils, Sites and Nutrition (MSc module)
  • Mathematics Applications and Statistics (Extended Foundation Degree Module)
  • Mathematical Tools and Techniques for Engineers (Engineering Module)

Research Interests

My research interests are centered around Soil and Water Management and Precision Farming. My current research projects are focused on exploring traffic and tillage interactions using field scale experiments:

  • Conventional tyre inflation pressure
  • Low tyre inflation pressure
  • Controlled traffic farming
  • Deep, shallow and zero tillage systems

I am also interested in soil mechanics, specifically in soil and tyre interractions: The Evaluation of The Soil Pressure Distribution and Carcass Stiffness Resulting from Pneumatic Agricultural Tyres.

Current PhD supervision: 2 students

Professional Memberships

  • Member of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers
  • Member of the Institution of Agricultural Engineers
  • Member of the International Soil Tillage Research Organization (ISTRO)

Academic Department: Agriculture and Environment

Academic Department: Engineering

Tel: +44 (0)1952 81 5106

Office: AC6 Aspire Centre

Research profile: ORCID

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