|Gary Timco, from National Research Council of Canada, wins the IAHR 2018 Ice Research and Engineering Award.
Has written a high number of publications on ice-structure interaction, ice modeling,
and ice engineering since starting at the late 70’s. Was the main editor of Cold Regions
Science 2006-2012 and worked 36 years as the principal scientist and group leader on
sea ice mechanics, Arctic shipping regulations, engineering properties of sea ice,
emergency evacuation in ice-covered waters, physical model testing in ice. Timco has
also published over 200 reviewed papers on various ice engineering topics.
Contributions to IAHR Ice Section
Has contributed to several past IAHR conferences, and also published state-of-the-art
reviews on ice engineering, in IAHR conference since (at least) early 80’s.
Garry received his Bachelor of Science (Physics, First Class Honours), at the Brock
University in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada in 1973; Master of Science
(Geophysics) in 1974 and Doctor of Philosophy (Geophysics) in 1977 from the
University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada. Following that, he was
hired by the National Research Council of Canada in 1977, where he advanced his
career and has been a Principal Research Officer since 2006.
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