Oct 26, 2010 Aerospace & Defense

IMA on Simics: An Interview with Tennessee Carmel-Veilleux

By Jakob Engblom


After Summer, I have been in contact with Tennessee Carmel-Veilleux at the École de technologie supérieure in Quebec, who has been doing some really cool work with Simics.  Tennessee has learnt Simics very quickly, and has been very clever in how to apply Simics to the research problems he has encountered. In this interview, he tells us some more about his research and use of Simics. I prefix my comments with "JE", and his with "TCV".

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