John Mills founded SimuQuest in 2001 and is responsible for organizational leadership, overseeing sales and marketing efforts and product innovation. Previously, John was a software manager at Motorola where he initiated and managed the transition from hand-coding to automatic code generation for electronic products. Prior to that, he worked in a variety of leadership and technical roles focusing on engine and vehicle control systems at Motorola, Hyundai, GM and Ford. John has an MS in Electronics and Computer Control Systems from Wayne State University and BS in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Aston in Birmingham, UK.Expertise: Engineering & business management, MBD, control systems, code generation.
Raymond Turin founded SimuQuest in 2001. He earned his doctorate in model-based, adaptive engine controls from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich in 1992. As a post doctoral fellow, he subsequently supported various research projects in advanced engine controls with European OEMs. In 1994 he moved to the US to work for GM Research&Development on innovative ideas to improve engine control performance as well as on model-based eco systems to improve the efficiency of developing and deploying advanced engine controls for production targets. Raymond Turin has vast experience in physics-based plant modeling as well as advanced model-based engine controls. His research includes numerous publications as well as a variety of patents. At SimuQuest Raymond Turin is responsible for product innovation and product development.Expertise: MBD, advanced control systems, engine and system modeling.