Andrew Janzen is a graduate research assistant in Electrical Engineering at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, CA.
Andrew received his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering summa cum laude from George Fox University in 2014. He is an Eagle Scout, a Congressional Award silver medalist, and enjoys being outdoors, playing music, and presenting in public. His undergraduate research focused on the novel use of magnetic devices to increase efficiency in motors and generators. As a graduate student he has worked on RFI measurements and is currently designing a cryogenically cooled Square Kilometer Array (SKA) prototype Low Noise Amplifier (LNA).
Magnetic Battery Feasibility Study using Flux Switching Topology, A. Janzen, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 2014
OVRO and Deep Springs RFI Presentation, (2.9 MByte, pdf), Andrew Janzen, Oct 23, 2014
OVRO and Deep Springs RFI Report, (23 MByte, pdf), Andrew Janzen, Oct 3, 2014
2013-2014: Outstanding Electrical Engineering Student Award of Excellence, George Fox University
2009: American Legion Oregon Eagle Scout of the Year
2008 & 2009: Sons of the American Revolution Oregon Eagle Scout of the Year
2010: Congressional Award Silver Medalist