The Canadian Society of Civil Engineering was established in the year 1887 and was renamed from Canadian Society of Civil Engineers in 1918 to Engineering Institute of Canada. It endorses advancements in the arena of civil engineering including geotechnical, structural, hydro technical, environmental, transportation, geomatics and surveying engineering. The professional members of civil engineering are categorized and their post nominal as associates and members. The grade of fellow (FCSCE) is elected through eh election by the fellows within the CSCE. The CSCE and profession of civil engineering’s future will depend on the young members and leadership sustainable infrastructure. Usually the society has local sections across Canada which provides regular workshops, technical programs and seminars by which the members of the society will keep up to date on the present civil engineering practices and to keep in touch within the Community.
Members of the society will be provided an opportunity to maintain an endorse in the current technology of Civil Engineering. The student chapters, subject divisions, forums and the local sections of the CSCT integrate every singleton with their shared interest in the arena of Chemical Engineering.Read More»
The following is the list of scholars from Canadian Society for Civil Engineering who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences