Interviews

Wine Down Friday with Alex Lidow

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In this video, Alex Lidow shares thoughts on his career, his family, his time at university, and his Ph.D. course, but also about energy trends, the shift to GaN that the power electronics ecosystem is ready to make, and the following weekend, with the finest wine!

Power Electronics News
April 22nd, 2022
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What’s New with Gallium Nitride?

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Alex Lidow is the CEO of Efficient Power Conversion, probably the most prominent advocate for gallium nitride, delivering the first GaN transistor in 2009. After a decade of selling products, DESIGN&ELEKTRONIK editor Ralf Higgelke met him to discuss some of the latest advances in that area.

DESIGN&ELEKTRONIK
February 20, 2020
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Why GaN Power Devices are Making Strides

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On this episode of the Insomnicat Podcast, Nicolette and Bryan chat with Alex Lidow, CEO and Co- Founder of Efficient Power Conversion (EPC) about GaN technology. While many believe GaN is more costly than its predecessor, silicon, Lidow tells us that’s just a myth. Listen in as we talk about the future of GaN, the truth about Silicon’s reliability and get some advice for emerging engineers from someone who’s been in the industry for quite a while.

Insomnicat Media
November 15, 2019

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Executive Interview with Alex Lidow on Winning GaN Applications

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Ahead of December’s Power Conference in Munich, Bodo Arlt took the opportunity to get an insight into Alex Lidow’s thoughts on where the GaN market is now and where he sees the potential applications for the future. Dr. Lidow is the CEO and Co-founder of Efficient Power Conversion (EPC).

Bodo’s Power Systems
November, 2019
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EPC CEO, Alex Lidow was a featured guest speaker on Power System Design’s “PSDcast – GaN for Connected Vehicles”

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EPC CEO, Alex Lidow

In this episode of the PSDcast, we’re talking to Alex Lidow from Efficient Power Conversion about gallium nitride’s (GaN) application in connected automobiles.

Power Systems Design

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