The Lazlo Fuzesy Award is presented to the best graduate student poster at the Saskatchewan Geological Open House.
Dr. Lazlo Fuzesy was a petroleum geologist with the Department of Mineral Resources from the 1950’s through to the 1980’s who specialized in subsurface geological research of the Mississippian in Saskatchewan. The Award is presented for the best Saskatchewan graduate poster display at the annual Saskatchewan Geological Open House in Saskatoon
There were 14 posters in this category.
This year it is presented to Dillon Johnstone of the University of Regina for his poster titled: Structural controls of uranium mineralization in the Kiggavik East Zone, Central Zone, and Main Zone deposits and their potential extensions to the northeast.
Second place in this category went to Zenghua Li of the University of Regina for his poster titled: Numerical modelling of structural controls on fluid flow during compressional basement fault reactivation in the Athabasca Basin, Canada. Zenghua received a cheque for $150.
Previous winners of the Lazlo Fuzesy award are listed below:
|1999||Shawn Harvey & Colin Card (co-recipients)|
|2005||Kimberley Bailey & Sandor Sule (co-recipients)|