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Lee D. Tatistcheff

Title: Software Engineer
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Lee D. Tatistcheff is a Software Engineer at Veryst Engineering.  Ms. Tatistcheff holds a Bachelor’s degree in Materials Science and Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  Her experience includes database applications development, test and delivery for a broad sampling of worldwide clients; high performance hardware simulation and verification products; integrated circuit design, test, verification, fabrication, packaging and physical failure analysis; and acoustic microscopy, and materials characterization.

Prior to joining Veryst Engineering, Ms. Tatistcheff was a senior software engineer for Delaero, lead core competency engineer for Cadence, and principal engineer for Digital Equipment Corp.  

LTatistcheff@veryst.com          (781) 433-0433 x.360          Download vCard


Education
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B.S., Materials Science and Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1985


Selected Publications
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"A Guide to Building Faster Simulation Farms: It’s Not Just the CPU Clock Speed,” Design and Verification Conference Proceedings, 2004 (with S. Schultz, D. Kaiser, and A. Varikat).

“The Facts and Fallacies of Verilog Event Scheduling: Is the IEEE 1364 Standard Right or Wrong,” HDL (Hardware Description Language) Conference Proceedings, “Best Paper in Conference” Award, 2002 (with C. Dawson, D. Roberts, and R. Rana).

“Trends in Failure Analysis,” Electro/92 IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) Proceedings, p.14, 1992 (with S. Palumbo and M. Contri).

“Scanning Laser Acoustic Microscopy as a Screening and Diagnostic Tool in IC Failure Analysis,” International Symposium of Testing and Failure Analysis, 1987 (with J. Ellis).

“Evaluation of Plastic Leaded Chip Carriers (PLCCs) Using Scanning Laser Acoustic Microscopy (SLAM),” Acoustical Imaging, p.98, Plenum Press, NY, 1987.

“An Analytical Model for Estimating the Coefficient of Thermal Expansion of Random Fiber Reinforced Composites,” The Composites Institute of the Society of the Plastics Industry, 1987, (with S. Yalvac).

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