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Dr Kate Nicholson

Associate Professor

Department: Applied Sciences

Kate Nicholson

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  • Use of machine learning for monitoring the growth stages of an agricultural crop, Ahmed, S., Basu, N., Nicholson, C., Rutter, S., Marshall, J., Perry, J., Dean, J. 1 Jan 2024, In: Sustainable Food Technology
  • Use of remote sensing and image processing for identification of wild orchids, Ahmed, S., Lightbown, J., Rutter, S., Basu, N., Nicholson, C., Perry, J., Dean, J. 26 Apr 2024, In: Frontiers in Environmental Science
  • The Pigments of British Medieval Illuminators: A Scientific and Cultural Study, Gameson, R., Beeby, A., Fioreillo, F., Nicholson, C., Ricciardi, P., Reynolds, S. 4 Aug 2023
  • Use of an unmanned aerial vehicle for monitoring and prediction of oilseed rape crop performance, Ahmed, S., Nicholson, C., Rutter, S., Marshall, J., Perry, J., Dean, J. 10 Nov 2023, In: PLoS One
  • Winter beans: the use of an unmanned aerial vehicle for monitoring and prediction of crop performance, Ahmed, S., Nicholson, C., Rutter, S., Marshall, J., Perry, J., Dean, J. 25 May 2023, In: Open Science Journal (OSJ)
  • Applied aerial spectroscopy: A case study on remote sensing of an ancient and semi-natural woodland, Ahmed, S., Nicholson, C., Muto, P., Perry, J., Dean, J. 15 Nov 2021, In: PLoS One
  • The Use of an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle for Tree Phenotyping Studies, Ahmed, S., Nicholson, C., Muto, P., Perry, J., Dean, J. 18 Sep 2021, In: Separations
  • The admiral, the virgin, and the spectrometer: Observations on the Coëtivy hours (Dublin, Chester Beatty library, MS W082), Gameson, R., Nicholson, C., Beeby, A. 1 Sep 2020, In: GESTA-International Center of Medieval Art
  • Colour at Canterbury; the Pigments of Canterbury Illuminators from the Tenth to Twelfth Centuries, Beeby, A., Gameson, R., Nicholson, C. 6 Feb 2018, Manuscripts in the Making, Brepols
  • New light on old illuminations, Beeby, A., Gameson, R., Nicholson, C. 2018, In: Archives and Records

Giorgia Marucci Development of portable spectroscopic techniques and instrumentation for non-invasive analysis in situ of objects of historical and artistic interest Start Date: 01/10/2015 End Date: 07/02/2019

  • Education PGCE January 11 2013
  • Chemistry PhD July 01 2007
  • Chemistry MSc July 01 2003
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2017
  • Member Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) 2015


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