Jorge Perdomo

Jorge Perdomo

 

 

About Me:

Jorge Perdomo is a senior year Electrical Engineering Student from Punto Fijo Venezuela. I started at Santa Fe College and transferred to UF in the Spring of 2017. I am a dedicated student who loves to learn, apply my knowledge, and help others. I am very happy to serve as an executive member of Hispanics and Latinos in ECE and I enjoy working with my fellow E-board members to bring amazing opportunities to all of the ECE community. Some of my hobbies include playing the guitar, videogames and soccer!

 

Secretary

  • Keep minutes of all Hispanics and Latinos in Electrical and Computer Engineering meetings and distribute copies to interested parties
  • Keep website materials current (minutes, programming documents, calendar, posts) as they happen
  • Keep records of Hispanics and Latinos in Electrical and Computer Engineering activities in order to preserve institutional memory
  • Help the new Secretary transition to his/her new role
  • Keep attendance records for all Hispanics and Latinos in Electrical and Computer Engineering meetings and events
  • Control/manage/monitor the Hispanics and Latinos in Electrical and Computer Engineering listserv and give access rights to Hispanics and Latinos in Electrical and Computer Engineering members when necessary
  • Conduct the constitution review process
  • In absence of the President, conduct meetings of the Hispanics and Latinos in Electrical and Computer Engineering

LeadersHIP:

Hispanics and Latinos in ECE РSecretary 

As the Secretary of HECE I coordinate and document meetings and ensure that all of our members are aware of all of our events and have access to all of the resources that HECE has to offer. Some of my responsibilities include taking meeting minutes, curating content for our general body meetings, maintaining our mailing list, and managing our event calendar. I oversee the website development chair and the recruitment chairs to ensure that we are meeting our growth goals.

Projects:

Electronic HisPiano

I love music, I play the guitar and enjoy fun electronics projects that are related to audio. I thought it would be pretty cool to make my very own electronic keyboard using what I learned in my electronics and  microprocessor applications courses. Here are some pictures !!!

HisPiano during the prototyping phase:

Putting the finishing touches on HisPiano:

HisPiano Disco Party:

I am very proud of this project. It was awesome to be able to tie in different concepts from my coursework . However, I feel like I’m up for a bigger challenge. I want to spend more time on this project and take it to the next level by reworking the framework to allow the selection of different instruments, recording of user input, and improve its play-ability.

Areas of Interest:

  • Renewable energy
  • Embedded systems
  • Electronic circuits

Contact Me:

UF Email: jperdomo@ufl.edu

Phone: (407) 495-0391