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Canadian Centre for Geodetic Engineering

Researchers at the Canadian Centre for Geodetic Engineering (CCGE) specialize in the development and world-wide applications of new methods and techniques for engineering and mining surveys focusing on monitoring and analysis of structural and ground deformation. Dr. Adam Chrzanowski, a Professor Emeritus at UNB, serves as the Director of CCGE. Dr. Anna Szostak-Chrzanowski, an Adjunct Professor, leads a research group in geomechanical engineering and numerical modelling of deformations.

CCGE works in a close cooperation with a number of other geodetic and geomechanical research centres, particularly with the Hong Kong Polytechnical University (Dr. Chen Yong-qi and Dr. Xiaoli Ding), Université de Moncton (prof. M. Massiéra), and several researchers in Poland: Prof. W. Prószyñski and Dr. W. Gambin from Warsaw Techn. University, Prof. S. Oszczak and Prof. Z. Rzepecka from University of Warmia and Mazury, Prof. S. Cacoñ from Wroclaw University of Natural Sciences, and Prof. E. Popiolek from the Techn. University of Mining and Metallurgy in Krakow.

The recent achievements of CCGE include

The research results have been implemented world-wide in several industrial projects in Canada, USA, Chile, Venezuela, Poland, and Pakistan. The current (2007) projects include