About me…

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My name is Tennessee Carmel-Veilleux (CV and portfolio here) and I am an embedded systems developer with a Masters of Electrical Engineering. I live in Waterloo, Ontario, with my wife and our son Léon.

Since May 2011, I work at BlackBerry, developing sensors software for next-generation BlackBerry products. I work on drivers, OS service-level code and sensor algorithms, as well as all sorts of prototypes and tools for cool new sensor ideas used in the products.

Prior to BlackBerrry, I have done significant work in the field of mobile robotics, including land, underwater and surface vehicles. While doing my Electrical Engineering undergraduate studies at Ecole de technologie supérieure (ETS), I was participating actively in the SONIA student project, including roles as Technical Director and Co-team leader. The SONIA project works on autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) to compete at AUVSI & ONR‘s International AUV Competition.

While a Masters student at École de technologie supérieure (ETS) in Montréal, Québec, my main research interests were multi-core embedded systems, signal processing and instrumentation. For my thesis, I studied the application of multi-core processors to real-time avionics systems under Jean-François Boland.

I previously completed a Diploma of Collegiate Studies in Electrical Engineering Technology and worked as a technician both full-time and part-time since 2003.

Working on the 2008 SONIA robot

One thought on “About me…

  1. Hi,

    I saw your youtube video demonstrating eDAQ. I am one of the founders of non profit organization dedicated to safe childbirth worldwide (www.kybeleworlwide.org). We are interested in developing cost effective run time reconfigurable devices. I was wondering if you know where we can purchase eDAQ. So we can evaluate if it fits our needs.

    Thanks,

    John Unal, MD, PhD

    Wake Forest University, School of Medicine
    Center for Biomolecular Imaging

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