Calendar (December 01, 2000)
JANUARY 10-12 -- Project Management three-day seminar. University of Manitoba downtown, Continuing Education. Tel. (204) 982-4220, e-mail carol email@example.com. Also Accounting for Non-Financial M...
JANUARY 10-12 — Project Management three-day seminar. University of Manitoba downtown, Continuing Education. Tel. (204) 982-4220, e-mail carol firstname.lastname@example.org. Also Accounting for Non-Financial Managers, February 7-9.
JANUARY 11-12. Negotiating Effectively Course. Held at Viscount Gort Hotel, Winnipeg by Stevens Consulting Group. Tel. (250) 656-7499, e-mail email@example.com
JANUARY 15-18 — Conference on Tailings and Mine Waste. Fort Colins, Colorado. E-mail Linda Hinshaw, lhinshaw@ engr.colostate.edu
JANUARY 30 — Deadline for abstracts of papers for conference on Stormwater and Urban Water Systems Modelling. To be held in Toronto, February 22-23, 2001. Also pre-conference workshop February 19-21 on USEPA SWMM4.4 and PCSWMM GIS2000 Stormwater Modelling. Sponsored by ASCE Urban Water Resources Research Council, Ontario MOEE, CHI, Canadian Society of Civil Engineers, Conservation Ontario, etc. Contact Dr. Lyn James, Tel. (519) 767-0197, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, visit www.chi.on.ca
FEBRUARY 1 — Ethics and Information Technology Presentation. David Johnston, President of the University of Waterloo at the Ontario Club, Toronto. $35-$40. Students $15. Canadian Centre for Ethics & Corporate Policy. Tel. (416) 348-8691, visit www.ethicscentre.com
FEBRUARY 26-MARCH 2 — 6th World Congress of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. On Cities in the Third Millennium. Melbourne Convention Centre, Australia. Tel. 61 3 9682 0244, e-mail email@example.com, visit www.icms.com.au/tbuh
MARCH 1 — Deadline for synopses of papers for BICSI Spring Conference. To be held May 7-10 at Mandalay Bay Resort, Las Vegas, Nevada. BICSI Winter Conference is January 15-18, Disney Coronado Springs Resort, Orlando, Florida. Contact Dan Silver, Tel. 512-984-3801, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
MARCH 21-23 — International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering Conference, in Malta. On Safety, Risk and Reliability — Trends in Engineering. Tel. IABSE 41-1-633 2647, visit www.iabse.ethz.ch
MARCH 23-24 — Mecanex 2001. Canadian showcase for plumbing, heating, cooling and piping products at Place Bonaventure, Montreal. Fax (416) 695-0450, e-mail email@example.com, or (514) 382-1566, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
MARCH 28-30 — Americana 2001. Pan-American environmental technology trade show and conference. Montreal Convention Centre, organized by RESEAU environnement. Tel. (514) 270-7110, visit www.americana.org
MAY 12-16 — World Conference on Continuing Engineering Education. At the University of Toronto. Contact Leslie Dolman, P.Eng., Professional Development Centre, Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, tel. (416) 978-5892, e-mail email@example.com
MAY 13-16 — Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering (CCECE). Delta Chelsea Hotel, Toronto. Visit www.ieee.ca
JUNE 10-13 — 2001 International Conference on Underground Infrastructure Research. Municipal, industrial and environmental applications. Jointly sponsored by the University of Waterloo, National Research Council of Canada, and the Centre for Advancement of Trenchless Technologies. Four Points Sheraton in Kitchener, Ontario. Tel. Kim Geddes (416) 864-9027, or visit: www.civil.uwaterloo.ca/uir2001.
JUNE 12-14 — International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering (IABSE) conference, in Seoul, Korea. On Cable-Supported Bridges — Challenging Technical Limits. Includes visits to Seohae Grand Bridge and Yongjong Grand Bridge under construction. Contact Conference Secretariat, Korean Group of IABSE, Dept. Civil. Eng., Myongji University, fax +82 335-336-8376, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org