Ifigeneia Koutiva
Ifigeneia Koutiva
Research Associate, Department of Water Resources and Environmental Engineering, School of Civil
Verified email at mail.ntua.gr
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Modelling domestic water demand: An agent based approach
I Koutiva, C Makropoulos
Environmental Modelling & Software 79, 35-54, 2016
Exploration of domestic water demand attitudes using qualitative and quantitative social research methods
I Koutiva, P Gerakopoulou, C Makropoulos, C Vernardakis
Urban Water Journal 14 (3), 307-314, 2017
A hybrid artificial intelligence modelling framework for the simulation of the complete, socio-technical, urban water system
S Baki, I Koutiva, C Makropoulos
Towards adaptive water resources management: simulating the complete socio-technical system through computational intelligence
I Koutiva, C Makropoulos
12th International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology (CEST …, 2011
Water scarcity and drought: towards a European Water Scarcity and Drought Network (WSDN)
M Kossida, I Koutiva, C Makropoulos, K Monokrousou, M Mimikou, ...
European Environmental Agency 107, 2009
Assessing the chromatic contrast in open surface excavations: a comparative study between subjective and quantitative approaches
M Menegaki, I Koutiva, D Kaliampakos
International Journal of Mining, Reclamation and Environment 29 (2), 112-124, 2015
Providing evidence-based, intelligent support for flood resilient planning and policy: The PEARL knowledge base
G Karavokiros, A Lykou, I Koutiva, J Batica, A Kostaridis, A Alves, ...
Water 8 (9), 392, 2016
Enhancing the resilience of interconnected critical infrastructures to climate hazards
A Sfetsos, L Vamvakeridou-Lyroudia, AS Chen, M Khoury, D Savic, ...
15th International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology, 2017
Exploring the effects of domestic water management measures to water conservation attitudes using agent based modelling
I Koutiva, C Makropoulos
Water Science and Technology: Water Supply 17 (2), 552-560, 2017
Linking social simulation and urban water modelling tools to support adaptive urban water management
I Koutiva, C Makropoulos
Exploring the effects of alternative water demand management strategies using an agent-based model
I Koutiva, C Makropoulos
Water 11 (11), 2216, 2019
EU-CIRCLE methodological approach for assessing the resilience of the interconnected critical infrastructures of the virtual city scenario to climate change
T Katopodis, A Sfetsos, V Varela, S Karozis, G Karavokyros, G Eftychidis, ...
Energetika 64 (1), 2018
Agent based modelling of domestic water demand for adaptive urban water management
I Koutiva
Exploration of domestic water demand attitudes and behaviors using an online survey in Athens, Greece
I Koutiva, C Makropoulos
Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Environmental Science …, 2015
Modelling the combined socio-technical system to support an adaptive approach for integrated water resources management
I Koutiva, C Makropoulos, N Voulvoulis
12th International Conference on Hydroinformatics, 2012
Administrative challenges in implementing the Water Framework Directive in Greece: Stakeholder engagement
I Koutiva, C Makropoulos, N Voulvoulis
Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Environmental Science …, 2007
CIRP: A Multi-Hazard Impact Assessment Software for Critical Infrastructures’
A Kostaridis, S Antonopoulos, D Gkortsilas, M Troullinos, L Perlepes, ...
2nd International workshop on Modelling of Physical, Economic and Social …, 2017
Water management in the military: the SmartBlue camp profiling tool
C Makropoulos, I Koutiva, P Kossieris, E Rozos
Science of The Total Environment 651, 493-505, 2019
The PROCRUSTES testbed: tackling cyber-physical risk for water systems
G Moraitis, D Nikolopoulos, I Koutiva, I Tsoukalas, G Karavokiros, ...
EGU21, 2021
Investigating Decision Mechanisms of Statutory Stakeholders in Flood Risk Strategy Formation: A Computational Experiments Approach
I Koutiva, A Lykou, C Pantazis, C Makropoulos
Water 12 (10), 2716, 2020
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