Camilo Valderrama is a specialist in simulation and optimization, with project experience spanning airport systems, healthcare, aerospace, and industrial design. He is a systems engineer with extensive experience in industrial engineering, particularly in continuous improvement and optimization of business processes through predictive technologies such as design of experiments (DOE), design for Six Sigma (DFSS) and process simulation.


Recent achievements include the modelling and analysis of primary healthcare and chronic disease management in Saskatchewan, implementation of an IT enterprise solution and a hospital modernization project in Montreal encompassing vertical-horizontal patient flow.


Mr. Valderrama has developed state-of-the-art expertise in the design of dynamic computer models of airport and industrial systems to support customers’ decision making. He has served as a consulting engineer, trainer and facilitator for multinational companies like Bombardier, ABB, CMC-Electronics and various Government agencies.


He has been responsible for the optimization of the 2007 & 2010 EDS (Explosive Detection System), and designing of the 2008 & 2010 transborder system (baggage handling and passenger check-in) at the Montreal International Airport. Mr. Valderrama holds a Masters degree from University of Toronto.

P.Eng., MHSc.

Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt

Languages: Spanish, French, English