Ico Broekhuizen
Ico Broekhuizen

Ico Broekhuizen

PhD Student position
Luleå University of Technology
Urban Water Engineering
Architecture and Water
Department of Civil, Environmental and Natural Resources Engineering
ico.broekhuizen@ltu.se
+46 (0)920 493570
F1112 Luleå

Ico Broekhuizen’s main research topic is the modelling of urban drainage systems with a special focus on green infrastructure in small and medium sized urban catchments. His current work aims to develop guidelines on how practitioners can model urban drainage systems that contain green infrastructure in a reliable way. This includes topics such as data requirements, model calibration and validation, and techniques for assessing uncertainties that arise at different points in the modelling process. The modelling is done using both spatially distributed urban drainage models (MOUSE and SWMM) and the gridded MIKE SHE model.

Before starting his PhD Ico attended the master programme Climate Sensitive Urban Planning & Building at LTU, where he worked with simulating wind, solar access and microclimate in urban areas. His master thesis focused on the application of various wind simulation software packages by urban planners. Before that his bachelor thesis dealt with using time-series modelling to predict groundwater levels in a built-up area.

Research projects

Publications

Conference paper

Selection of Calibration Events for Modelling Green Urban Drainage (2019)

Broekhuizen. I, Leonhardt. G, Marsalek. J, Viklander. M
Part of: New Trends in Urban Drainage Modelling, UDM 2018, s. 608-613, Springer, 2019
Conference paper

Model structure uncertainty in urban drainage models for green areas (2017)

Broekhuizen. I, Muthanna. T, Leonhardt. G, Viklander. M
Part of: 14th IWA/IAHR International Conference on Urban Drainage, Conference Proceedings, 2017, s. 1490-1494, 2017