“ C U R R I C U L U M V I T A E ”
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Full Name: Cándido Callejas Cervantes.
Bachelor Degree: Biochemical Engineer
Postgrade: MSc Industrial Microbiology, PhD Organic Chemistry
Address Trieste 5205 Col. Las Torres.
Monterrey Nuevo León Méx. CP 64930.
Oriented to the continuous improvement of results and quality, strong experience as Coordinator, Quality Control Management, Research and Development and Production supervision. Highly Motivated with more than 20 years of experience in the production area.
Ability to lead Quality Control and Research and Development Projects to improve the production.
Experience in the improvement of the production methods, modifying or changing them if necessary to increase the quality and production.
Application of the HACCP method to critical points.
Ability to form or produce human resources for production and quality control departments.
MSc in Industrial Microbiology, PhD Organic Chemistry, Languages: English 90% written and spoken.
1.Cervecería Cuauhtémoc S.A. de C.V. Monterrey Nuevo León. 1969-1985
Research and Development and Quality Control
Malt Factories Coordinator
Technical Assistance in Quality Control to the FEMSA Coca-Cola bottling plants in Mexico City and South-East of Mexico
Technical Assistance to Clemente Jacques, food packing cannery of the VISA Group
Technical Assistance to Walter and Caperucita cheese factories.
Relevant work in Cervecería Cuauhtémoc:
- New methods for the production of beer, starting at laboratory level and industrial scale climbing.
-Elaboration of beer nationally using the approved methods by the general direction and developed at the pilot plant.
- Identification of wild yeast contaminants in the brewing process, using immunological methods.
- Invention of new culture media for detection of wild yeast in brewing yeast Saccharomyces
- Use of ClO2 as microbicidal agent in cleaning and sterilization of equipment, lines, hoses and fittings used in the transportation of wort, beer and yeast
- Evaluation of peracetic acid as a sterilizing agent in the equipment, lines and hoses involved in the transportation of the wort, beer and yeast.
- Eavaluation of Sodium Hipochlorite, Iodophors, Chlorine Dioxide, as sterilant agents, to be used at
the chemical sterilization of the unitanks, hoses, pumps, wort cooling, etc, involved in the beer
- Using the Warburg respirometer to determine the effectiveness of the yeast during fermentation.
- Use of various antioxidants in preserving the beer.
- Spent grains silage or waste product in the production of beer, for food of cattle, sheep, pigs, and
- Production of yeast extract and cell walls from beer yeast.
- Production of different flavor products utilizing beer yeast and spent grains.
- Application of treated beer yeast, to tortillas to increase its nutritional power.
- Publication of research in international journals related to the brewing world. American Society of Brewing Chemistry, Master Brewer's Association.
- Use of by-products obtained in the process of beer production (yeast and spent grains) to obtain products of high protein content and used in food processing for bovine animals, sheep, pigs, chickens.
Technical Consultant 1985-1994
Quality Control to the Monterrey cake confectioner s 1991 - 1993
Quality Control to SUKARNE, beef cattle packing company Monterrey N.L. 1991 - 1994
Paints Production DYGO Monterrey N.L 1990 - 1992
Technical Assistance in Quality Control to the La Hacienda, chicken production Monterrey N.L. 1988 - 1990
PRODUTION OF A VACCINE AGAINST THE CLOSTRIDIAL DESEEASES UANL 1985-1994.Veterinary Medicin Faculty
Production and trials of a new bacterin-toxoid against the clostridial diseases in Mexico
Production and trials of a new bacterin-toxoid against the black leg in cattle.
Production and trials of a new bacterin-toxoid against the malignant edema in cattle.
Production and trials of a new bacterin-toxoid against the sudden death feed lot in cattle.
Production and trials of a new bacterin-toxoid against the bacillary hemoglobinury in cattle.
Challenge test in guinea pigs using the whole vaccine to obtain the permission to sale the vaccine.
OPERADORA INTERGRUPO 1994-1997
Assessment and Remediation of hydrocarbon contaminated soils
1Characterization of ground, underground and aquifers contaminated with hydrocarbons in 15 gas stations in Mexico City.
2Remediation by the chemical oxidation method of hydrocarbon contaminated ground, underground and aquifers of ten different gas stations in Mexico City.
3Research and Development of new methods to remediate hydrocarbon contaminated grounds, undergrounds and aquifers, using the Chemical Oxidation and Bioremediation.
4Bioremediation of hydrocarbon contaminated soils in different gas stations in Mexico City.
5Characterization of hydrocarbon contaminated soils in different distribution and sales terminals of PEMEX Refinación. Saltillo, Matehuala, Tuxtla Gutiérrez Chiapas, Nogales Sonora, Guaymas Sonora, Monclova Coahuila.
6Characterization of hydrocarbon contaminated soils by clandestine spills in different sites of the PEMEX network ducts in Mexico.
7Remediation of heavy hydrocarbon contaminated ground and underground at the Manzanillo PEMEX Terminal, and at the Cuyutlan Lake in Colima.
8Conference on “Remediation of hydrocarbon contaminated soils”, at the Instituto de Ingeniería of the UNAM.
ATS-MERIDIAN DE MÉXICO S.A. DE C.V. 1997-2002
Assessment and Remediation of hydrocarbon contaminated soils
1Characterization of ground and underground at 13 gas stations of the AMOXXO group in different cities of México 1997 to 1998. Nuevo León, Coahuila, San Luis Potosí, Guanajuato, Distrito Federal, Estado de México.
2Remediation of the hydrocarbon contaminated ground and underground of the gas station number 0035 located at Bolivar and San Jerónimo Col. Centro in México City 1998.
3Bioremediation of 12,000 M3 of hydrocarbon (diesel and gasoline) contaminated soil, by clandestine uptake at the PEMEX 16” diameter duct from Tula-Toluca located at the Km 102+170 in Polotitlán Estado de México. 1998-1999.
4Characterization of ground and underground at 10 different contaminated sites with gasolina and diésel by clandestine uptake at the PEMEX ducts. Chihuahua, Estado de México, Estado de Hidalgo, Jalisco y Guanajuato.2001
5Characterization of ground and underground of two gas stations of the Grupo Gasolinero Mexico at the Estado de México, Servicio Las Armas and the gas station number 0249. 2001.
6Chemical oxidation treatment of 1000 M3 COPE at the Central Termoeléctrica Francisco Ríos of the Comisión Federal de Electricidad in Tula Hidalgo.1999.
7Characterization of the ground and underground by the gasometric method of the site located at Eduardo Molina No. 422 Col. Ampliación la Michoacana in Mexico City. 2000.
8Remediation by the Chemical Oxidation Method of the site located at Eduardo Molina No. 422 Col. Ampliación la Michoacana Mexico City, contaminated by hydrocarbons.2000.
9Characterization by the gasometric method of the ground and underground of six British Petroleum gas stations in Guadalajara and Mexico City. 1998
10Characterization by the gasometric method of the ground and underground of two different sites for gas stations of the Shell Group in the Edo. de México 1998
11Treatment by the Chemical Oxidation Method of 1000 M3 oily wastes at Aditivos Mexicanos, in San Juan del Río Qro. 2003
12Wastewater treatment for the Grupo Industrial Vallejo in México City, recycling the processed water to the process and using the water for irrigation and for some other services inside the plant and potabilazing part of the treated water. 1999
13Wastewater treatment by the oxidation method, at the Termoeléctrica Francisco Ríos Tula Hidalgo. 1999.
14Treatment and potabilization of the water of a lake, to be used for the population in Polotitlán Estado de Mexico.1998
15Bioremediation and potabilizing of a well water contaminated with gasoline to be used at the San Ignacio town in Jilotepec Estado de México. 1998
GOCARI S.A. 2003
1Bioremediation of the hydrocarbon contaminated ground and underground at the gas station 4297 “Temoc Service” localized at Av. José López Portillo No. 8 B in Coacalco Estado de México.
2Elimination of explosive vapors from the underground at the gas station Servicio Siglo 21, Av. 20 de Noviembre No. 1155 Ote., Durango Durango.
3Elimination of explosive vapors from the underground at the gas station Servicio Durango, Durango Durango.
INGENIERÍA EN BIOTECNOLOGIA 2004 - 2010
1Remediation of gasoline contaminated soil, underground and aquifer at the gas station 2514, Av. Gustavo Baz No. 46 Naucalpan Estado de México .
2Remediation of gasoline contaminated soil and underground at the Bohemio gas station, Calzada Independencia and Bohemio Guadalajara Jal, British Petroleum.
3Design, installation and operation of a wastewater treatment plant for 6.0 L/Sec., at Tempoal Veracruz
4Wastewater treatment plant at Prolamsa steelery in Monterrey N.L. Mexico
5Assessment and Remediation of 6 Has contaminated soil with Cr+6 located in Villa de Garcia N.L.
6Remediation of contaminated areas at the PEMEX Burgos Active, Burgos Tamaulipas.
7Bioremediation of the gasoline contaminated soil at the gas station of the British Petroleum located at Amado Nervo and Ruiz Cortines in Monterrey N.L.
MEXWATER SYSTEMS SA DE CV 2010 – 2014
1Technical Manager giving technical assistance to the customers for the Orenco wastewater plants and Industrial wastewater treatment palnts.
2Wastewater treatment at the Lechera Guadalajara Mayo– Agosto 2011
3Wastewater treatment at Inulina y Miel de Agave, Capilla den Guadalupe Jal. Jan – Apr. 2011.
4Tequila vinazas lixíviate treatment at the Compañía Tequilera Hacienda La Capilla, Capilla de Guadalupe Jal. Sept. – Nov. 2011
5Wastewater treatment at the DILUSA packing company, Aguascalientes
Ags. Sept.- Nov. 2011
6Vinazas treatment using the biotechnology method at the Compañía Tequilera Casa Camarena Feb. –May 2012
7Installation and operation of a wastewater treatment plant at Plásticos LasPalmas in Tlajomulco Jal., Apr. – May. 2013
8Oily wastewater treatment in Tubacero. Jul – 2014
9 Wastewater treatment plant (installation and operation) at the Parque Industrial Opción, Iturbide Guanajuato. Feb-2014
INGENIERÍA EN BIOTECNOLOGIA 2015
1Installation and start of the wastewater treatment plant at Plasticos Las Palmas in Tlajomulco de Zuñiga Jal.,for the treatment of the wastewater produced during the washing of the milled plastic to be recycled. March 9 to March 26th, 2015.
2Department of Research and Development at Plasset Ingredients SA de CV, since May 2015 up to now.
3Developing new products from beer yeast: Yeast extract, Cell walls and different flavors utilizing enzymes.
4Yeast extract to be used in the production of culture media and developing different flavors.
2.Use of the Immunological Methods in the interspecies relationships of the Genus Saccharomyces and its possible application in the detection of wild yeast contaminants in the brewing process. Amer. Soc. of Brewing Chem.
3.Lecithin addition during the fermentation process. Master Brewers Assoc. of the Americas.
4.Experimental comparison of the microbicidal power of different sterilant agents. Master Brewers Assoc. of the Americas.
5.Detection of microbial contaminants by gas-liquid chromatography. Master Brewers Assoc. of the Americas.
6.Design, Production, and Trials of a new culture media for the wild yeast detection. Master Brewers Assoc. of the Americas.
7.Use of the Immunofluorescence Technique in quality Control. Master Brewers Assoc. of the Americas.
8.Use of the microbicidal agent IL-780 in beer preservation. Master Brewer’s assoc. of the Americas.
9.Detection of different metabolic compounds of different wild yeast strains isolated from the production brewing process. Master Brewers Assoc. of the Americas.
10.Isolation, Identification and Characterization of four clostridium strains, from cattle who died due to clostridial diseases, at the North-East of Mexico.. Rev. Lat. de Microbiol.
11.Development, Production and Trials of a new bacterin-toxoid vaccine, against the clostridial diseases in Mexico in cattle. México. Rev. Lat. de Microbiol.
12.Production and trials of a new bacterine-toxoid vaccine against the black leg in cattle. Rev. Lat. de Microbiol.
13.Production and trials of a new bacterine-toxoid vaccine against the malignant edema in cattle. Rev. Lat. de Microbiol.
14.Production and trials of a new bacterine-toxoid vaccine against sudden feed lot syndrome in cattle Rev. Lat. de Microbiol.
15.Production and trials of a new bacterine-toxoid vaccine against the bacillary hemoglobinury. Rev. Lat. de Microbiol.
16.Production of edible yeast using molasses (Saccharomyces cereviseae ) .
NON PUBLISHED ARTICLES
1.Spent grains of brewery ensilage.
2.Beer production utilizing an ultrarapid method.
3.Production of food enhancers utilizing spent grains and yeast.
4.Fattening of cattle and sheep utilizing ensilaged spent grains.
5.Production of milk in cows utilizing ensilaged spent grains..
6.Utilization of the chlorine dioxide as an sterilant agent at the food industry.
7.Evaluation of the chlorine dioxide for the yeast washing, used in the pitching rate for fermentation, and its possible application for the sterilization of the brewing process equipment.
8.Evaluation of the peracetic acid as sterilant agent at the brewing industry.
1.Spent Grains ensilage.
2.Production of a new bacterin-toxoid vaccine against the clostridial diseases.
3.Oxidation method for the remediation of hydrocarbon contaminated soils.
4.Chemical product to eliminate the explosivity in empty gasoline tanks and at the underground in gas stations.
5.Method to eliminate the explosivity in empty gasoline tanks, and at the underground in gas stations.
6.Chemical composition to obtain a paint restorer and cleaner in metallic surfaces.
7.Industrial wastewater treatment utilizing the Biotechnology.
8.Treatment utilizing the Biotechnology of Vinazas, obtained during the production of tequila .
Brewing Microbiology: Siebel Institute of Technology.
Food Microbiology: Institute of Food Technology.
Food Carbohydrates: Institute of Food Technology.
Toxicology Impact in the food processing Institute of Food Technology.
Fats and Lipids: Institute of Food Technology.
Immunolgy and laboratory: Facultad de Medicina de la UANL.
Full Time Professor at the Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, Veterinary School.
Assistant Professor at the Chemistry Department ITESM
Assistant Professor at the Chemistry Department of the UDEM
Assistant Professor at the High School Eugenio Garza Sada
Assistant Professor at the Tecmilenio Las Torres (Chemistry, Physics, Math, Biol)