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Photo of Ricardo Mantilla Gutierrez on a bridge.

Predicting Floods with Computer Simulations

Posted on June 8th, 2017

IIHR’s Ricardo Mantilla is the principal architect of the Iowa Flood Center’s flood prediction model, HLM-Async.

A Cross-Cultural Perspective on Flooding

Posted on July 21st, 2015

Undergraduate researcher Yibing Su traveled halfway around the world to study water resources, right after a major flood struck her hometown of Beijing.

The Iowa Flood Center's Ibrahim Demir was invited to the White House in July to talk about his work on the Iowa Flood Information System.

IFIS Goes to Washington

Posted on September 10th, 2014

The Iowa Flood Center’s Ibrahim Demir was invited to participate in a special daylong event on July 29 at the White House in Washington, D.C.

The swollen Iowa River as it winds through the University of Iowa campus, July 2, 2014.

Iowa River Flooding, 2014

Posted on July 3rd, 2014

In 2014, Iowans have resources that didn’t exist in 2008. The Iowa Flood Center’s online tool, the Iowa Flood Information System (IFIS), allows all Iowans to access information regarding real-time community-based flood conditions.

New Wave of Stream-Stage Sensors Being Deployed

Posted on May 6th, 2014

Since the Iowa Flood Center’s pilot-program launched in 2010, the original number of stream-stage sensors installed on bridges across the state has more than tripled.

Iowa Flood Center Director Witold Krajewski.

State Renews IFC Funding at $1.3 Million

Posted on August 2nd, 2011

The state has appropriated $1.3 million to the Iowa Flood Center (IFC) at the University of Iowa to support the center’s fiscal year 2012 operations.The continued funding of the two-year-old center is essential to support the IFC’s continuing contributions to flood preparedness in Iowa, says IFC Director Witold Krajewski.

IIHR News (January, February, March 2011)

Posted on May 3rd, 2011

Craig Just, along with four University of Iowa students (Kali Feiereisel, international studies; Thomas Bang, civil and environmental engineering; Sara Rourke, medicine; Nathan Rourke, chemical engineering), traveled to Ghana and spent five weeks in a small village called Kobreti. The assessment trip was part of a development partnership between the University of Iowa, Engineers Without […]

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