Logan Johnson

Logan Johnson joined the Maryland Power Electronics Laboratory as a summer researcher in 2018. He is continuing into his third year of his B.S. in Electrical Engineering at Liberty University with a focus on Computer Science. There he leads the Formula SAE Electric team electrical subsystem and serves as the treasurer of the school IEEE group.

His research focuses on the use of flyback topology to build multi-output, step-down DC-DC converters with low power losses. These converters enable the development of an integrated onboard electric vehicle charger designed by his mentor Jiangheng Lu. He is a National Merit Scholar and member of the Liberty University Honors Program.

Logan is an avid reader and writer, and loves to cook.

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