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Flooding near Dubuque Street and City Park in Iowa City, 2013.

The Power of Statistics in Flood Prediction

Posted on December 9th, 2013

IIHR graduate student Tibebu Ayalew hopes to develop a statistical method of flood prediction that works across multiples scales of time and space.

Tibebu Ayalew: Accidental Engineer

Posted on February 28th, 2012

“My choice to study engineering was accidental,” explains Tibebu Ayalew, a graduate student in civil and environmental engineering and a research assistant at the Iowa Flood Center at IIHR. Initially, Ayalew sought to emulate a high school biology teacher in his native Ethiopia, who inspired his love of science. Like any good mentor, Ayalew’s teacher […]

February 2012

Posted on February 27th, 2012

The Winter 2011-12 issue of IIHR Currents has been published on the web at http://www.pageturnpro.com/University-of-Iowa-College-of-Engineering/35944-IIHR-Currents/index.html#1. The issue focuses on the many collaborations and partnerships IIHR–Hydroscience & Engineering has within the University of Iowa and beyond. Also included are profiles on graduate students Luciana Kindl Da Cunha of Brazil and Tibebu Ayalew of Ethiopia; Brad Reuter, […]

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