B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Pennsylvania State University (2005)
M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Drexel University (2009)
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Drexel University (2012)
Ray Migneco worked at the ExCITe Center from 2012-13. During this time, he co-supervised student projects including the Senior Design group that developed the technology used in the Science of Jazz concert. He also coordinated audio & video installation for the center and special events (e.g. concerts and hack days). Prior to working at ExCITe, Ray earned his PhD at the MET-Lab where he researched computational techniques for modeling musical expression and developed music- and sound-based activities for K-12 learning. Ray is currently the chief application engineer for myLINGO, which is a smartphone app that uses audio synchronization to allow users to enjoy a movie in the language of their choice.