Jose Carmo

Jose Carmo

B.Eng, P.Eng (Brazil)


Master's Student, Grad-Assistant Teaching

Schulich School of Engineering, Department of Electrical and Software Engineering

Contact information

Web presence


Office: ICT416B



Professional Engineer (Brazil), Federal Council of Engineering and Agronomy, 2018

Educational Background

B.Eng Electrical Engineering, Goias Federal University (Brazil), 2018

Postgraduate Diploma Financial Products and Risk Management, FIA - Foundation Institute of Administration (Brazil), 2022


Jose Carmo has been in the power industry for the last 5 years. His journey has taken him mostly to power systems, energy trading, and risk management and energy analytics. In previous positions he worked for large Brazilian power utilities and renewable generators as energy and portfolio analyst, where he conducted fundamental analyses to improve trading returns and optimizing energy portfolios. He holds B.Eng in Electrical Engineering with focus on power systems and a postgraduate degree in Financial Products and Risk Management.


Areas of Research

Electrical Power and Energy Systems

-Electrical Grid Transformation

-Competitive Electricity Markets

-Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence for Electrical Grids

-Optimization Under Uncertainty for Power Systems

Participation in university strategic initiatives


Course number Course title Semester
ENEL 674 Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Winter 2024
ENCM 501 Principles of Computer Architecture Winter 2024
ENDG 233 Programming With Data Fall 2023
ENDG 233 Programming With Data Spring 2023
ENEL 584 Electrical Power Systems in Commercial and Institutional Buildings Winter 2023


Artificial Intelligence and Optimization Under Uncertainty for Competitive Electricity Markets


  • ESE Graduate Research Award 2023-2024, Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary. 2024
  • International Graduate Tuition Award, University of Calgary. 2022
  • Scholarship "Science Without Borders Scholarship", Government of Brazil. 2014
  • Scholarship "Young Talents to Science", Government of Brazil. 2013