Iowa Flood Center Graduates
Graduates are sorted by name, degree attained, year of graduation, and thesis/dissertation title.
Anthony Vecchi, MS, 2017, Development of Hydrologic and Water Quality Model of Cedar Creek
Andre Della Libera Zanchetta, MS, 2017, IFIS Model-Plus a Web-Based GUI for Visualization, Comparison and Evaluation of Distributed Hydrologic Model Outputs
Yibing Su, MS, 2017, Real-Time Prediction of Stream Water Temperature for Iowa
Iman Mallakpour, PhD, 2016, The Tale of Flooding Over the Central United States
Stephanie Then, MS, 2016, A Hydrologic Assessment of Surface Ponding in a Drained Prairie Pothole Wetland
Frederico Antolini, MA, 2015, Geospatial Modeling to Assess Location Suitability in a Detention System of Small Reservoirs
Tibebu Ayalew, PhD, 2015, Physical Basis of the Power-Law Spatial Scaling Structure of Peak Discharges
David Koser, MS, 2015, Assessment of Flood Mitigation Strategies for the City of Kalona, IA
Nicholas Leach, MS, 2015, Hydrologic Response of Land Use and Land Cover Changes
Kumar Mishra, PhD, 2015, Compressed Sensing Applied to Weather Radar
Scott Rowe, MS, 2014, The predictability of Iowa’s hydroclimate through analog forecasts.
Tesfalem Tsegay Tekle, MS, 2014, Ultrasonic stream bridge sensors (USBS) error in water level estimation.
Chi Chi Choi, MS, 2013, Coupled hydrologic and hydraulic models and applications.
Kyutae Lee, PhD, 2013, Evaluation of methodologies for continuous discharge monitoring in unsteady open-channel flows.
Rebecca Sheler, MS, 2013, The impact of agricultural drainage systems on hydrologic responses.
Matthew Wunsch, MS, 2013, Distributed storage modeling in Soap Creek for flood control and agricultural practices.
Matthew Kemp, MS, 2012, A FM-CW microwave radar for rainfall applications.
Luciana Kindl da Cunha, PhD, 2012, Exploring the benefits of satellite remote sensing for flood prediction across scales.
Benjamin Reith, MS, 2012, Flood risk analysis for the Iowa Statewide Floodplain Mapping Project.
Travis Baxter, MS, 2011, Engineering and legal aspects of a distributed storage flood mitigation system in Iowa.
Timothy Middlemis-Brown, MS, 2011, Assessing and augmenting emergency response: A study of the current methods and potential changes to flood response in the State of Iowa.
Nicholas Sitter, MS, 2011, Two-wire, low component count soil temperature sensor.
Nicholas Thomas, MS, 2011, Standard methods for the Iowa Statewide Floodplain Mapping Program.
Daniel Gilles, MS, 2010, Application of numerical models for improvement of flood preparedness.
James Niemeier, PhD, 2010, Radio in hydroscience: Unconventional links and new sensor possibilities.
Matt Moore, MS, 2010, Development of a high-resolution 1D/2D coupled flood simulation of Charles City, Iowa.
Jesse Piotrowski, MS, 2010, Development of a high-resolution two-dimensional urban/rural flood simulation.
Bong Chul Seo, PhD, 2010, Towards a better representation of radar-rainfall: Filling gaps in understanding uncertainties.