Andy Lozowski is with the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. He works on the development of switch-mode power electronics, especially mitigating secondary effects such as electromagnetic interference and motor bearing currents. He also founded a consulting company Nadagy Corp, and worked as consultant for industrial partners such as SMA and Bitrode Corp. He is a faculty advisor to the SIUE Solar Car Team and developed an analog 40mV-forward “superdiode” for their solar arrays.
Andy Lozowski holds the PhD degree from University of Louisville in Kentucky, and MS degree from Warsaw University of Technology in electrical engineering. His ham radio callsign is W0PH. His interests also involve institutional technology transfer process and pre-revenue startup formation.