Power Electronics Tips provides engineering and technology professionals with a single source for product information, technical analysis and in-depth technical articles focused on the development, application and use of power electronics and power supply technologies, products and services.
Power Electronics Tips’ coverage includes the full range of power and intelligent power solutions and enablers, including research and advances coming from universities and industry suppliers. Topics covered also include supporting technologies such as power sensors and components, magnetics, and development tools. The application of power electronic technologies, products and services across multiple industries are also highlighted.
Meet our Team
Aimee Kalnoskas serves as Editor in Chief for EE World and WTWH online communities, EDABoard.com and Electro-Tech-Online.com and most recently, EngineersGarage.com. Aimee began her career in electronics and technical publishing in 1984, and has served as a speaker and panelist at numerous industry events and as moderator for many webcasts serving the electronics industry. Aimee’s interest in electronics began early in life thanks to her father, an electronics engineer who felt that oscilloscopes also made highly effective nightlights for his seven children.
Martin Rowe is the Senior Technical Editor of 5G Technology World, a site for engineers adding wireless connectivity to devices and for engineers working on the wired and wireless aspects of 5G networks. He’s been a technical editor since 1992 starting with Test & Measurement World. He moved to EDN in 2013 when T&MW folded, continuing to cover test and measurement of all things electronic. Through various acquisitions, Martin picked up covering test for EE Times. He began covering 5G developments for EDN in the mid-2000s. Martin holds a BSEE from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and an MBA from Bentley College (now Bentley University).
Emma Lutjen is an Associate Editor for EEWorld. She began her editing career in 2018 but entered the industry working for Signal Integrity and Microwave Journal in 2022, prior to joining WTWH. Emma holds a BA in English from the University of Massachusetts Boston.