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About the Geosynthetics Division
The Geosynthetics Division supports industrial, technical and, research efforts advancing the use of geosynthetics by Canadian geotechnical professionals. It contributes to the organization of short courses and sessions related to Geosynthetics during the annual Canadian geotechnical conference. The Division monitors, stimulates and promotes national and international activities leading to the technical competence and excellence of the Canadian geotechnical professionals.
Executive Committee
The Executive Committee of the Geosynthetics Division consists of the following members:
Chair
Fady B. Abdelaal
Queen's University
Fady.abdelaal@queensu.ca
Vice Chair
Eric Blond
EB Consultant
eric@ericblond.com
Past Chair
René Laprade
TenCate Geosynthetics
r.laprade@tencategeo.com
Vice Chair
Prabeen Joshi


Geosynthetics Award

For an outstanding contribution associated with the application of geosynthetics in civil, geotechnical or geoenvironmental engineering. The contribution can be theoretical, practical or a case study, and can be in the form of:

i) a publication in the Canadian Geotechnical Journal, official journal of the International Geosynthetics Society; or another peer-reviewed technical journal,

ii) a book or chapter of a book, or

iii) a keynote or invited lecture published in the proceedings of a learned society conference.

 

Awarded biannually, typically even-numbered years. Please send your nominations directly to the Division Chair.

Most Recent Awardees:

2020: Colin Alston

2018: (not awarded)

2016: MH El Naggar

2014: (not awarded)

2012: J Fannin

Upcoming Events

Year:

SEP
26-29
2021
GeoNiagara 2021: 74th Annual Canadian Geotechical Society & 14th Joint CGS/IAH-CNC Groundwater Conference
Location:
Niagara Falls, Ontario
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Latest News
ASCE Terzaghi Lecture
CGS Past President (2001-2002), Kerry Rowe, Queen's University, will be giving the 2017 ASCE Terzaghi ... More Details
Reports / Documents
Please contact the Geosynthetics Division at info@cgs.ca if you have any comments or suggestions.