Mr. Benjamin Sweet
Mr. Sweet has been an adjunct faculty member at Lawrence Technological University since 1994. In that time he has taught for the departments of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Math & Computer Science, Technology, and Continuing Education. His primary focus is Control Systems (ECE) and Software Engineering (MCS). He is passionate about teaching real-world skills to his primary customers – the students.
Mr. Sweet has been engaged in the industry of developing real-time embedded software/systems for automotive and industrial applications since 1987. His current position is Senior Algorithm Engineer in the Radar Engineering section at Autoliv Electronics. He is involved in development, integration and validation of Blind-Spot Monitoring and other radar features in Active Safety Systems. He is also active on organizational initiatives such as defining a framework and methodology for system architectural design, and ISO/TS 16949 auditing. He is interested in learning and applying contemporary product development and improvement methodologies, and disseminating that knowledge to his colleagues and students.
He holds a M.S. in Electronic and Computer Control System from Wayne State University (1993), and B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Michigan State University (1987).