IIHR Webcams

IIHR—Hydroscience & Engineering is a world-renowned center for fluids-centered research, education, and public service. Based in the C. Maxwell Stanley Hydraulics Laboratory on the banks of the Iowa River, IIHR is a unit of the University of Iowa’s College of Engineering. Students and researchers come to IIHR from around the world to benefit from the center’s comprehensive multidisciplinary approach, which includes lab experiments, computational approaches, and observational field research.

IIHR’s webcams capture live views of the campus and the beautiful Iowa River, which is central to city and university life. You may even spot an eagle during the winter months when they congregate near the dam just outside the Stanley Hydraulics Lab!

IIHR Eagle Cam

View South of C. Maxwell Stanley Hydraulics Laboratory (viewer controllable)

Please be aware that multiple users may be controlling the IIHR Eagle Cam simultaneously.

Burlington Street Bridge Cam

View North of C. Maxwell Stanley Hydraulics Laboratory (stationary)

Engineering runs in the family: Today, Professor @CraigJust met with @Impact7G staff, Chant Eicke, and Parker Just (son of Craig) to discuss the @JohnsonCountyIA Poor Farm natural areas. Dr. Just has ongoing water resource research at this farm through an @EPA grant. @UIowaEngr

We love this video featuring @CraigJust and the phenomenal Iowa Wastewater and Waste to Energy Research Program (IWWERP). IWWERP uses innovative methods of waste treatment to generate energy and extract resources!

Have you seen this year's Iowa Engineer cover story? We are so proud of IIHR PhD student Moala Bannavti working to identify and remediate PCBs in low-income communities. @IowaSRP @UIowaEngr

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