Carlos is a civil engineer graduated from the National University of Engineering, in Lima, Peru, with doctoral studies in water resources. He has more than 35 years of experience in the execution and supervision of hydrological and hydraulic studies for civil and mining projects, from the conceptual level to detailed and closure engineering. His experience includes working as a review engineer in the areas of hydrology, hydraulics, hydrogeology, water resources and water management for studies to support baseline studies, environmental impact studies and mine closure studies; and studies of civil design and mining facilities, including leach pads, tailings deposits and waste rock. He has been involved in dam safety review studies, water balances, pluvial erosion control, flow in unsaturated medium, closure coverage, subdrainage, surface drainage, diversion structures, tailings transport, hydrological and hydraulic simulation, environmental hydrology , fluvial hydraulics, highway drainage, dam design, water resources management, and definition of good surface water management practices. Carlos is an assistant professor of the Hydraulic Resources course at UNI.