IAHR White Papers

ISSN 2664-5637 (online)
ISSN 2664-5329 (print)
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To catalyse thinking, inspire debate and better apply scientific knowledge to global water problems, the IAHR White Papers seek to reveal complex and emerging issues in Hydro-Environment and Engineering Research. They are written for researchers, engineers, policy-makers and all those who are interested in the latest for a better water future.

 
Editors
 
Prof. Silke Wieprecht
Universität Stuttgart
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Institute of Hydraulic Engineering GERMANY
 


Dr. Angelos N. Findikakis Bechtel Fellow, Bechtel National Inc. San Francisco, California Consulting Professor, Stanford University USA
 Carly Kowalski
Dr. Angelos N. Findikakis

Bechtel Fellow,
Bechtel Corp. Adjunct Professor,
Stanford University
USA




Issue 1/2019



Artificial Intelligence. How can water planning and management benefit from it?

  By Dragan Savic

Professor Dragan Savic FREng is the CEO of KWR Water Research Institute, the Dutch drinking water companies’ collective research organisation. He is also the UK’s first Professor of Hydroinformatics, having held this position at the University of Exeter since 2001. His research interests cover the interdisciplinary field of Hydroinformatics,  which transcends traditional boundaries of water/ environmental  science and engineering, informatics/ computer science (including Artificial Intelligence, data mining and optimisation techniques) and environmental engineering. Professor Savic has served as both the Chair of the IAHR/IWA Joint Committee on Hydroinformatics and as the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Hydroinformatics.

 

 


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