Jared Anderson wins first place in the student design competition at the 137th Audio Engineering Society Convention in Los Angeles. The AES Convention presents the world’s largest gathering of audio professionals. Attendees were offered opportunities to hear from top audio industry figures while also sharing in the latest research and technology information through informative papers, tutorials, workshops and special events.


Jared currently works full time as an Electrical Engineer for Leidos (formerly SAIC) and has created an audio electronics company based off of his senior design project "WildCard." 


“It was my involvement in the AES at UF that really inspired me, and refined my skills.“


As a freshman he joined the club and “listened in awe” of the upperclassmen and graduate students discuss audio concepts. He became President of the section, and facilitated the club’s participation in hands on activities such as the Engineering Festival (which he founded), hardware projects, and recording sessions that produced "A Gator Holiday" and various other awesome recordings. 


According to Jared,  “The learning environment that was provided to me by UF was truly perfect to extract the maximum amount of creativity and intellect that I had to offer.”