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"I graduated from LSSU in Mechanical Engineering in 1999, and have since had a heavy focus in robotics and systems integration. I spent my first 7 years with FANUC in Rochester Hills as a product manager, and have since worked for Hartness International managing a robotic automation group. We continue to grow at a rapid pace, and will integrate 60+ robots this year and see no slow down in sight. My experience at LSSU has enabled me to take charge in this challenging and growing market."

Matt Job Business Unit Manager Automation Group Hartness International

Computer Engineering

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Faculty and Staff
David Baumann


David Baumann

Professor, Chair Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
BS 1987, MS 1989, PhD 1991, MS 1992, University of Wisconsin - Madison

Eric Becks

Eric Becks

Prototype Development Engineer
BS EE 1976, Michigan State University
MS EE 1981, Michigan State University

 

Andrew H Jones

Andrew H Jones

Assistant Professor
BS EE 1991 University of Texas at Austin
MS EE 1993, Ph.D. 2002 Purdue University

 

Jeff King

Jeff King

Laboratory Engineer
BS 1996, Lake Superior State University

 

Dave McDonald


Dave McDonald

Professor
BS 1969, MS 1971, Michigan Technological University

Paul Weber

Paul Weber , Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
BS 2003, Michigan Technological University; MS 2005, Michigan Technological University; PhD 2006, Michigan Technological University


  

"I enjoy teaching at Lake Superior State University because I have a passion for teaching students on an individual level.  As a small university, LSSU provides the perfect environment to allow personal interaction with students due to small class sizes and family atmosphere.  This is further accentuated in the engineering curriculum where multiple laboratory opportunities abound.   My favorite course is Microcontroller Systems where teams of students learn how to design and then implement a practical project such as a home alarm system or small mobile robotic system."

--Andrew Jones, PhD
Assistant Professor

Second place

Design Competition Senior project Team Rock Rover Design & Development qualified to advance to the international student design competition on November 18, 2009.

ASME Student Design Expositions provide a platform for all engineering students to showcase their innovative design and build projects to a broad audience. Bringing practicing engineers, faculty and students into one venue, this program also provides educational and professional development opportunities for exhibitors as well as spectators. For students, it is an opportunity to demonstrate their products or present their design concepts to potential employers and even investors. For industry leaders, the Expos are like career fairs in reverse; an opportunity to observe the landscape of student design, get to know extraordinary engineering students in the region and see first-hand the innovative ideas and skills students can bring to their companies.

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