One Community is happy to feature and thank Lucas de Souza as our most recent member of the Electrical Engineering Intern Team. Lucas spent the last two months working on the control systems for the Duplicable City Center.
3rd-year Electronic Engineering Student: Lucas is originally from Curitiba, Brazil and a student at Pontifical Catholic University of Parana. He is currently enrolled in the Brazilian Scientific Mobility Program and was recently studying at the New York Institute of Technology, in New York City. Since Lucas was a child he always demonstrated proficiency in math and the desire to be an engineer. Lucas speaks three languages (native Portuguese, fluent English, and conversational Spanish) and has acquired skills in Microcontrollers, Microelectronics, and Digital Systems. Lucas also has experience with programming languages such as Assembly Language (8051), C, and C++. Past internship experience includes working with an automation company as an electrical designer assistant where he helped to design electrical circuits for automation robots on project assembly lines and technical documentation for famous car company sellers such as FIAT and Volkswagen. As a member of the One Community team, Lucas is helping with the creation of electrical designs and control systems for the Duplicable City Center and 7 Sustainable Village Models.