Bernard H. Kueper

Professor, Ph.D, P.Eng.

Dr. Kueper's research is focused on the subsurface behaviour and clean-up of hazardous immiscible liquids such as chlorinated solvents, PCB oils and gasoline in both unconsolidated deposits such as sands and gravels as well as fractured clay and rock.
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Civil Engineering Discipline Night

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Congratulations to Dan Jones!

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GeoEngineering Centre's work making a real impact
Kerry Rowe and his colleagues at the GeoEngineering Centre are studying the use and performance of geosynthetics and geomembranes, such as those used to prevent the escape of contaminants from landfills.

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Amir Fam tackles deteriorating infrastructure

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Ian Moore receives the most prestigious research award granted by Queen's-Prize for Excellence in Research

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Dr Yves Filion received the "Best Paper of the Year Award"

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Yves Filion keynote lecture
Dr. Yves Filion was invited to give a keynote lecture at the 2014 International Conference on Water Distribution Systems Analysis (WDSA) in Bari, Italy, July 14-17, 2014. The WDSA international conference is the most important in the field of water distribution modelling.

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Pascale Champagne Earns Academic Accolades
Pascale Champagne inducted into the Royal Society of Canada's College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists program.

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