The Engineering Institute of Canada
Founded in 1887
Now a Federation of Twelve Canadian Engineering Societies

K.Y. Lo Medal

This Medal was established in 1997 to recognize and encourage Canadian contributions in the field of engineering at the world stage and also to honour K.Y. Lo, Professor Emeritus of the University of Western Ontario, for his outstanding contributions to the field of geotechnical and civil engineering.

The K.Y. Lo Medal is awarded to a member of the EIC who has made significant engineering contributions at the international level.  Such contributions may include:

· promotion of Canadian expertise overseas;
· training of foreign engineers;
· significant service to international engineering organizations;
· advancement of engineering technology recognized internationally

Recipients

2016

        (CSSE/SCIS) Jean-Guy René (Citation)

2015

        (CSCE/SCGC) Edward Arthur McBean (Citation)

2014

        (IEEE Cda) Hussein Mouftah (Citation)

2013

        (CSME/SCGM) Chul B. Park (Citation)

2012

        (CSChE/SCGCh) Phillip (Rocky) Simmons (Citation)

2011

        (CGS/SCG) Liam Finn (Citation)

2010

        (CSChE) L. Diosady Levente (Citation)

2009

        (CGS) James Graham (Citation)

2008

        (IEEE Cda) David J. Irvine-Halliday (Citation)

2007

        (CNS) Peter Graham J. Buckland (Citation)

2006

        (CNS) Kenneth J. Petrunik (Citation)

2005

        (CGS) Jacques Locat (Citation)

2004

        (IEEE Cda) Norman C. Beaulieu (Citation)

2003

        (CGS) R. Kerry Rowe (Citation)

2002

        (CGS) Serge Leroueil (Citation)

2001

        (CGS) Chack Fan Lee (Citation)

2000

         M.A.J. Matich

1999

         Suzanne Lacasse

1998

         Victor Milligan