Faces of Process Automation Prof. Carlos Cotrino

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 40 Years Experience in Control and Instrumentation

Professor Carlos Cotrino from Universidad Pontificia Javeriana from Bogotá, Colombia was really kind to spend some time with us. He is a retired professor of Electronic Engineering and has more than 40 years of experience in the field of control and instrumentation both in the university but also more than 20 years in the private sector.

Ten things you didn’t know about an automation professor and expert!

In this interview series, we will hear about his experiences, some pieces of advice for young engineers entering into the process automation field as well as some interesting anecdotes.

Part 1

In part 2 we will hear on how to do successful sales and commissioning, and he will remind us the key aspect of this industry. Go to the field!

Part 2

Process Automation is in constant evolution, Prof. Carlos Cotrino gives his insights on the future of this industry.

Part 3

Research is a combined effort between universities and enterprises. Part 4 of the interview explains how it’s done in Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá, Colombia.

Part 4

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