Leo is vice president of engineering and chief scientist and an expert in wireless technologies. He is an experienced software and hardware development manager, helping to bring to market new technologies through customer partnerships and cross-functional teams in both startups and large organizations. Leo holds a Ph.D. in electrical engineering and a B.S. in computer science and electrical engineering. Prior to Tego, Leo was a research associate for the RFID Center of Excellence at the University of Pittsburgh, where he was principally responsible for a breakthrough in RF technology by integrating the antenna on a chip (“PENI Tag”). Leo enjoys kite-boarding in Miami when he is not working.