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New publication!

New avant-garde hydrological simulations using artificial neuronal networks are presented in the new paper published by some Team Iber members. Have a look to the publication: Farfán, J.F., Cea, L., 2021. Coupling artificial neural networks with the artificial bee colony algorithm for glob...


New publication!

Members of the Team Iber presents a novel installation for the development of hybrid physical-numerical flood models in an Augmented Reality-SandBox (AR-Sandbox) environment.Have a look to the publication: Puertas, J., Hernández-Ibáñez, L., Cea, L., Regueiro-Picallo, M.,...


New publication!

Members of Iber Team, in collaboration with other colleagues, develop a method to update intensity-duration-frequency (IDF) rainfall curves, which are then used to force the hydrological-hydrualic coupled model of Iber to assess the flood hazard changes due to Climate Change.Have a llok to the ...


New publications!

Members of the Team Iber investigate the avant-garde concept of the flipped classroom in teaching-learning methodologies, develop an integrated two-models tool for urban drainage purposes and collaborate in a study analysing long term hydrological processes and: Bermúde...


New publications!

Two new journal papers and a conference paper have been recently published about the optimization in the calculus of the floodplain enchoarchment (VID in Spanish); new enhances on the simulation of pressurized flow; and a re-analysis of the Aznalcóllar mine accident: Sanz-Ramos, ...


New publication!

The two articles presented in the conference SymHydro 2019 have printed in the book Advances in Hydroinformatics.One of them shows some research in modelling the hydrodynamics in a sewer inlet using 2D modelling: Sanz-Ramos, Téllez-Álvarez, J., Bladé, E., Gómez-Valent&...

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