Ibrahim Demir
Ibrahim Demir
Associate Professor, CEE / ECE / IIHR, University of Iowa
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Assessment of urban air quality in Istanbul using fuzzy synthetic evaluation
G Onkal-Engin, I Demir, H Hiz
Atmospheric Environment 38 (23), 3809-3815, 2004
2122004
Towards an integrated Flood Information System: Centralized data access, analysis, and visualization
I Demir, WF Krajewski
Environmental Modelling & Software 50, 77-84, 2013
1312013
Determination of the relationship between sewage odour and BOD by neural networks
G Onkal-Engin, I Demir, SN Engin
Environmental Modelling & Software 20 (7), 843-850, 2005
1282005
Real-Time Flood Forecasting and Information System for the State of Iowa
WF Krajewski, D Ceynar, I Demir, R Goska, A Kruger, C Langel, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 98 (3), 539-554, 2017
1152017
Cost analysis of alternative methods for wastewater handling in small communities
GO Engin, I Demir
Journal of environmental management 79 (4), 357-363, 2006
1072006
Toward the Geoscience Paper of the Future: Best practices for documenting and sharing research from data to software to provenance
Y Gil, CH David, I Demir, BT Essawy, RW Fulweiler, JL Goodall, ...
Earth and Space Science 3 (10), 388-415, 2016
1052016
Modeling of flux decline in crossflow microfiltration using neural networks: the case of phosphate removal
C Aydiner, I Demir, E Yildiz
Journal of membrane science 248 (1-2), 53-62, 2005
842005
A Rainfall‐Runoff Model With LSTM‐Based Sequence‐to‐Sequence Learning
Z Xiang, J Yan, I Demir
Water resources research 56 (1), e2019WR025326, 2020
442020
Identifying disaster-related tweets and their semantic, spatial and temporal context using deep learning, natural language processing and spatial analysis: a case study of …
MA Sit, C Koylu, I Demir
International Journal of Digital Earth, 2019
392019
Modeling leaching behavior of solidified wastes using back-propagation neural networks
S Bayar, I Demir, GO Engin
Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 72 (3), 843-850, 2009
382009
An intelligent system on knowledge generation and communication about flooding
Y Sermet, I Demir
Environmental Modelling & Software 108, 51-60, 2018
342018
Re-engineering cities as forces for good in the environment
MB Beck, F Jiang, F Shi, RV Walker, OO Osidele, Z Lin, I Demir, JW Hall
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Engineering Sustainability …, 2010
342010
FLOODSS: Iowa flood information system as a generalized flood cyberinfrastructure
I Demir, E Yildirim, Y Sermet, MA Sit
International Journal of River Basin Management 16 (3), 393-400, 2018
322018
GWIS: A Prototype Information System for Georgia Watersheds
I Demir, MB Beck
Georgia Water Resources Conference: Regional Water Management Opportunities …, 2009
322009
Decentralized Flood Forecasting Using Deep Neural Networks
M Sit, I Demir
arXiv preprint arXiv:1902.02308, 2019
312019
Iowa Statewide Stream Nitrate Load Calculated Using In Situ Sensor Network
CS Jones, CA Davis, CW Drake, KE Schilling, SHP Debionne, DW Gilles, ...
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 54 (2), 471-486, 2018
312018
The Iowa Watersheds Project: Iowa's prototype for engaging communities and professionals in watershed hazard mitigation
LJ Weber, M Muste, AA Bradley, AA Amado, I Demir, CW Drake, ...
International Journal of River Basin Management 16 (3), 315-328, 2018
302018
Data-Enabled Field Experiment Planning, Management, and Research Using Cyberinfrastructure
I Demir, H Conover, WF Krajewski, BC Seo, R Goska, Y He, MF McEniry, ...
Journal of Hydrometeorology 16 (3), 1155-1170, 2015
302015
Serious gaming for participatory planning of multi-hazard mitigation
A Carson, M Windsor, H Hill, T Haigh, N Wall, J Smith, R Olsen, D Bathke, ...
International Journal of River Basin Management 16 (3), 379-391, 2018
292018
Optimization of River Network Representation Data Models for Web‐based Systems
I Demir, R Szczepanek
Earth and Space Science 4 (6), 336–347, 2017
282017
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