The most recent engineer to join the Koolmill Team is the young, driven and capable Cameron Lee, who will be filling the roll of Mechanical Engineer and will initially be working predominantly on the innovative Augmented Reality Support Project.
Cammy recently graduated from the University of Strathclyde, obtaining distinction in MEng Mechanical Engineering with Finance Management. This is a unique degree combination that develops financial awareness and analysis skills alongside engineering technical ability and will thus further diversify the Koolmill graduates' skill sets. While at university Cammy was consistently named on the Dean’s List for exemplar academic performance and completed semesters abroad in both Melbourne, Australia and Troyes, France.
Prior to joining Koolmill Cammy gained valuable technical experience and familiarity working in industrial environments when assisting with the installation of a hydroelectric turbine at Deanston Distillery.
“My passion for engineering is tied to a desire to be involved in serious, community driven projects that are to the benefit of society and the environment. I’m incredibly lucky that this is a key value here at Koolmill and I am excited to tackle the problem of increasing food output in a sustainable manner for an ever growing and dependent population. My eyes were opened to the severity of the problem and the profound positive impact Koolmill technology could have when I spent prolonged periods traveling through rural areas of Indonesia and South America”
In his free time Cammy is a keen sports player, musician, and also passionate about raising money for charity. Recently he raised £2400 for the men’s mental health charity CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably) by completing the gruelling 4x4x48 challenge which saw him run 4 miles, every 4 hours for 48 hours.
Welcome to the Koolmill Team!