Fellow, Acoustics Engineering
Alexander Voishvillo was born and grew up in Saint Petersburg, Russia where he graduated from the State University of Telecommunications. He worked at Popov Institute for Radio and Acoustics. He designed loudspeakers and studio monitors and did research on loudspeakers and transducers. His PhD work was on computer optimization of loudspeaker crossovers.
In 1995 Alexander and his family moved to California at invitation of Eugene Czerwinski, Cerwin-Vega CEO.
At Cerwin-Vega Alexander headed new R&D group, designed new transducers, and investigated advanced methods to measure nonlinearity in audio equipment.
Currently Alexander leads Transducer Engineering department at Harman Professional in position of Fellow, Acoustics Engineering.
Alexander has authored and co-authored 26 US and international patents, 17 Harman patents pending. He authored publications in JAES; presented papers at AES and ASA conventions and meetings and ALMA symposia. He participates in the AES Standard Committee's 04-03 Working Group on Loudspeaker Modeling and Measurement, and in the AES Technical Committee on Loudspeakers and Headphones. He reviews preprints for AES conventions and manuscripts for JAES publication.
In 2008 he was awarded AES Fellowship, in 2012 he received ALMA Titanium Driver Award. In 2013 he received Harman award for technological innovations, and in 2019 he received Harman External Leadership Award and Harman Inventions and Patents Award.