4th-year Computer Engineering Student: Lucas is an undergraduate Computer Engineering student at the Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul, in Brazil. He is currently studying at Portland State University as a grantee of the Brazil Scientific Mobility Program. Lucas has taken many courses that were focused on embedded systems and has developed practical projects in which he could work with both high-level and low-level programming for this type of application. He also worked on a research project developing a sensor node for a wireless sensor network to monitor a farm field. Lucas also has experience with programming and assembling robots. For example, in 2012, he was part of the team from his university that won an award for third place in the Latin American Robotics Competition (the IEEE Standard Educational Kits category). Moreover, he has a strong background with programming and algorithms and a passion for programming challenges. Since the beginning of his undergraduate program, he has been participating in programming contests at his university and, in 2013, he got an opportunity to participate in the ACM-ICPC (South America Brazil Region) Brazil Finals. Lucas believes that computer systems are here to make life easier, optimize our tasks, and an important piece in helping us build a better world. As a member of the One Community team, Lucas brings his experience to help implement the control systems component of the Duplicable City Center and each of the seven village models.