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25 Jun 2015

Carlos had great passion for Process Safety and Energy Efficiency projects in the chemical industry. Following a career in different countries, he is now pursuing further professional development in various industries.

Where are you working now?  Describe your current role and what you do.

I set up my own consultancy, Camaco Consulting, specialising in Process Engineering where I provide services in risk and safety reviews of chemical processes. Although I’m specialized in pilot plants, I’ve been working in heavy industry where I had gained experience with world-scale chemical sites. This has given me the macro and micro perspective of large and small scale systems, which is extremely useful when...

Enactus team
Seven undergraduate students from UQ Business School are tackling some of society’s most pressing social issues, as part of a newly formed Enactus team. Students Henry Wong,...
mba symposium
On Sunday, 3 May influential business minds from across the country gathered at The University of Queensland to exchange and share thought leadership in business. The...
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CV writing
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Professor Sara Dolnicar
UQ Business School tourism expert, Professor Sara Dolnicar, has been awarded the UQ Vice Chancellors Research Focused Fellowship for her commitment to excellence in research...
The University of Queensland has cemented its position as a global top 100, performing strongly in a league table of subjects recently released (29 April). The University...


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