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Your Future at IIHR

Revolutionary research … One-on-one mentoring … Real-world challenges

IIHR students (l to r): Kumar Vijay Mishra (India), Daniel Horna Munoz (Peru), Zhengyang Cheng (China), Tibebu Ayalew (Ethiopia), Steve Browne (USA), Karl Brauer (USA), and Nicholas Thomas (USA).

IIHR students (l to r): Kumar Vijay Mishra (India), Daniel Horna Munoz (Peru), Zhengyang Cheng (China), Tibebu Ayalew (Ethiopia), Steve Browne (USA), Karl Brauer (USA), and Nicholas Thomas (USA).

Take the next step toward a successful future at IIHR—Hydroscience & Engineering, an internationally respected institution dedicated to hydroscience and fluids engineering.

IIHR gives students the tools they need to address increasingly complex global issues, integrating:

  • An understanding of the physics of flow and flow-related processes
  • Development of analysis, modeling, and simulation skills
  • Use of state-of-the-art equipment, instrumentation, and computer methods
  • An understanding of environmental, economic, social, and international issues
  • Communication skills for a successful professional career

Dedicated Faculty Mentors

Graduate students at IIHR benefit from close collaborations with dedicated and knowledgeable faculty members and research engineers, representing several University of Iowa departments. Through these partnerships, graduate students get hands-on experience and training through fundamental and applied investigations in a number of diverse, innovative areas of inquiry.

Advanced Research Capabilities and Facilities

Students at IIHR engage in cutting-edge research and learn a variety of practical applications in several areas. IIHR is unique among fluids research laboratories, offering state-of-the-art in-house capabilities in both computational and physical modeling. IIHR provides students with varying and complementary approaches for investigating and solving a wide variety of flow problems, with financial support equally divided between grants-funded research and private contracts.

We hope you’ll contact us at IIHR to learn more about graduate study here. You’ll be part of a tradition spanning nearly a century, bringing together the best students with world-renowned faculty to advance the study of water. Please complete and return the form below, or contact us by phone, email, or by visiting our website.

Call: 319-335-5237

Email: iihr@uiowa.edu

Visit: www.iihr.uiowa.edu

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IIHR—Hydroscience & Engineering
University of Iowa
100 C. Maxwell Stanley Hydraulics Laboratory
Iowa City, Iowa USA 52242-1585
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Posted on October 2nd, 2013

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