La Société canadienne
de géotechnique
The Canadian
Geotechnical Society
La Société canadienne de géotechnique
The Canadian Geotechnical Society
The Canadian

Calendar of Events

The Calendar of Events lists upcoming Canadian Geotechnical Society sponsored or co-sponsored events, and other geotechnically-related events in Canada, the USA and elsewhere.

Use the selection boxes provided to search for events by Year, Geographic Location (as per CGS Section catchment areas), and Practice Area (as per CGS Technical Division geotechnical practice areas).

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While the CGS makes every effort to provide correct information in the Calendar of Events, the event website or contact associated with a listing should be relied on as the most up to date.

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Date Location Event Contact
Sep 26-28, 2019St. John's, NL6th Canadian Young Geotechnical Engineers and Geoscientists Conference (cYGEGC)
The Canadian Young Geotechnical Engineers and Geoscientists Conference (cYGEGC) is an event held every three years that gathers students and young professionals from across Canada and beyond. The conference focuses on providing an opportunity to young professionals and students with geotechnical and geosciences backgrounds to meet their peers, exchange technical knowledge and interact with experts in a relaxed environment.
See Website or Contact chairs@cygegc2019.com
Sep 29 - Oct 02, 2019St. John's, NLGeoSt.John's 2019 - 72nd Canadian Geotechnical Conference
The theme for GeoSt.John's 2019 is Under Land and Sea. Growth of the offshore oil and gas industry in Atlantic Canada has created many opportunities for the geotechnical community. This conference intends to highlight recent achievements in offshore and nearshore geotechnical engineering. Abstracts are due by December 15, 2018.
See Website or Contact info@geostjohns2019.ca
Oct 01-02, 2019Atlanta, Georgia, USAGeotechnical Foundation Systems
This course addresses shallow and deep foundations using results from in-situ tests, primarily CPT and DMT and shear wave velocity measurements.
See Website or Contact paul.mayne@ce.gatech.edu
Oct 23, 2019Winnipeg, Manitoba, CanadaManitoba GIS User Group 2019 COnference
Love Spatial Data? This is the conference for you! Speakers on Cartography and Geographic Information Systems! Open to the public, membership in MGUG not necesarry.
See Website or Contact info@mgug.ca
Nov 18-22, 2019Cancun, MexicoXVI Pan-American Conference on Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering
Save the dates for the 16th Pan-American Conference on Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering taking place in Cancun, Mexico. Go to their website to sign up for the e-newsletter.
See Website or Contact support@panamerican2019mexico.com
Nov 25-28, 2019Sousse, Tunisia2nd Springer Conference of the Arabian Journal of Geosciences
In a continuation of the first successful conference of the Arabian Journal of Geosciences (1st CAJG), this year’s conference aims to bring geoscientists from all over the world to present and discuss their most recent findings. The 2nd CAJG will continue to publish the newest findings in the proceedings and some special issues by Springer, with a clear mission to drive greater North-South (Europe-Africa) scientific cooperation and to open doors to new and enriching collaborations with geoscientists based in Asia and the Americas. Submission Deadline: 15 June 2019
See Website or Contact contact@cajg.org
Dec 05-06, 2019Furama Riverfront Hotel, SingaporeInternational Conference on Case Histories and Soil Properties
The Geotechnical Society of Singapore is organizing an International Conference on Case Histories & Soil Properties to be held in Singapore from 5 to 6 December 2019 to facilitate discussions and interactions among geotechnical researchers and practicing engineers.
See Website or Contact geoss@cma.sg
Dec 05-10, 2019Edmonton, Alberta, CanadaInternational Short Course on Landform Design for Sustainable Mining
This comprehensive 40-hour course covers the landform design and construction process, mining materials, setting design goals /objectives / criteria, and multidisciplinary design methods to realize these commitments reliably and economically.
See Website or Contact sally.petaske@ualberta.ca