In addition to busy days as a professor and Chair in the Civil Engineering Department, Dan Palermo was recently recognized as one of the 2018 Outstanding Associate Editors for the Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering. The accolade recognizes the efforts and commitment of exceptional members of the journal’s editorial board. The journal depends on its […]
About Gillian Moore
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Entries by Gillian Moore
Congratulations to Dr. Satinder Brar for being this year’s Eddy Principles/Processes Wastewater Medal Winner, selected by the Water Environment Federation. The honour is bestowed for research that makes vital contributions to the existing knowledge of the fundamental principles of wastewater treatment. Professor Brar, and her co-authors, have been awarded the medal for their paper entitled: “Acute […]
York Students Syed Husain and Jordan Santorsola did an excellent job representing the Civil Engineering Department and York University at the CSCE Capstone Competition held at the Sheraton Laval and Convention Centre from June 12-15, 2019. Of the 18 teams in the competition, Jordan and Syed finished just outside of the top 3 and were […]
York University adjunct professor, Dr. Sabbir Saiyed, has been awarded the Transportation Planning Professional of the Year at the Ontario Traffic Council’s (OTC) 2019 annual conference. The award takes into account Dr. Saiyed’s significant contribution to the transportation planning profession and the initiatives undertaken with OTC and other professional organizations. Dr. Saiyed was instrumental in […]
Congratulations to Dr. Magdalena Krol on receiving the Early Career Hydrogeologist Award from the IAH.
A paper co-authored by Prof. Liam Butler and former University of Cambridge colleagues has been awarded the 2019 James Croes Medal from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). Titled “Structural Performance Monitoring Using a Dynamic Data-Driven BIM Environment”, and published in the Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering in May 2018, the research paper explores […]
https://lassonde.yorku.ca/articles/assistant-professor-receives-funding-study-long-term-stability-used-nuclear-fuel-containers Assistant Professor Magdalena Krol, from the Lassonde School of Engineering’s Civil Department, has received funding from the Ontario Research Fund to study the long-term stability of used nuclear fuel containers for deep underground repositories. The $4-million grant has been awarded to four universities, including Western University (leading organization), York University, University of Waterloo and […]