Andrew D. Lowery has 12 years of experience in electronic and controls systems and applications. During his career he has participated in research in the areas of design and controls, sensing and power equipment, antennas and electromagnetics, and engineering education, resulting in peer reviewed publications, including 30 conference proceedings and journal or bound papers. Lowery is a Visiting Scholar and Adjunct Professor and Visiting Scholar in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources at West Virginia University.
As a member of Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE, StM’01, M’13, SM’18), Dr. Lowery is active in the Pittsburgh section serving as the Treasurer (2015), Vice Chair (2016), and Chair (2017) to its 2500 members, and is currently the Region 2 Student Activities Coordinator. He is also a member of the Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society, and The Society of Automotive Engineers.
Lowery has received degrees of Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering (2012), Masters of Science in Mechanical Engineering (2006) and dual Bachelors of Science degrees in Computer and Electrical Engineering (2004) from the College of Engineering and Mineral Resources at West Virginia University.
Currently, Dr. Lowery is the Lead Scientist and Chief Technology Officer of Plasma Igniter, LLC
Dr. Lowery is the Founder of the IEEE Entrepreneurs Network – Pittsburgh