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The members of the project consortium

CEALogo of CEA

France

CEA is a technological research organization funded by the French government. Drawing on its excellence in fundamental research, CEA activities cover three main areas: Energy, Information & Health Technologies, and Defense & Security.

  • Carlo Reita (coordinator)
  • Maud Vinet
  • Luca Perniola
  • Christian Gamrat
  • Elisa Vianello
  • Olivier Bichler
  • Fabien Clermidy

 

 

ST MicroelectronicsLogo of ST Microelectronics

France

STMicroelectronics is one of the world’s largest semiconductor companies with net revenues of US$ 7.40 billion in 2014. Offering one of the industry’s broadest product portfolios, ST serves customers across the spectrum of electronics applications with innovative semiconductor solutions by leveraging its vast array of technologies, design expertise and combination of intellectual property portfolio, strategic partnerships and manufacturing strength.

  • Dominique Thomas
  • Andreia Cathelin
  • Philippe Galy

 

 

Logo of IMEC

IMEC Belgium

Belgium

IMEC performs world-leading research in nano-electronics and nano-technology in global partnerships in ICT, healthcare and energy in order to deliver industry-relevant solutions.

  • Wolfgang Eberle
  • Francky Catthoor
  • Valentina Terzieva
  • Soeren Steudel

 

 

Stichting IMEC NetherlandsLogo of IMEC

Netherlands

Stichting IMEC Nederlands is part of IMEC international.

  • Anup Das
  • Bert Gyselinckx

 

 

IBM ZurichLogo of IBM Research Zurich

Switzerland

Established in 1956, the Zurich Research Laboratory of IBM represents the European branch of IBM Research. Here scientific and industrial research is conducted in five scientific and technical departments, in particular in the Science & Technology department.

  • Jean Fompeyrine

 

 

CNRLogo of the IMM lab at CNR

Italy

The Italian National Research Council (CNR) participates to the project with the Unit of Agrate Brianza (MDM Laboratory) of the Institute for Microelectronics and Microsystems (IMM). The Laboratory has a solid expertise in the area of synthesis and characterization of advanced materials and technologies for logic and non-volatile memory devices, including resistive switching devices (RRAM), phase change memories, memristive devices for emulation of synapses, nanowire-based devices, and advanced nanopatterning tools based on block copolymers.

  • Sabina Spiga
  • Stefano Brivio

 

 

IMSELogo of IMSE

Spain

The Agencia Estatal Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC) ("Spanish National Research Council" in English) is the third largest public institution dedicated to research in Europe. Its main objective is to develop and promote research that will help bring about scientific and technological progress.

  • Bernabe Linares Barranco
  • Teresa Serrano Gotarredona
  • José Manuel de la Rosa Utrera
  • Luis Alejandro Camuñas Mesa
  • Charanraj Mohan

 

 

UZHLogo of UZH

Switzerland

The University of Zurich (UZH) is one of the leading research universities in Europe, devoted to both scientific research and teaching. The UZH team members belong to the Institute of Neuroinformatics (INI), a joint institute of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETHZ) and the University of Zurich (UZH). Its goal is to carry out experimental, theoretical and applied research with the aim of discovering key principles by which the brain is built and works, and to use this knowledge in practical applications where possible.

  • Giacomo Indiveri
  • Ning Qiao

 

 

JACULogo of JACU

Germany

Jacobs University Bremen, Germany’s only private university with a full range of disciplines (from the natural sciences, engineering, the social sciences and the humanities), has quickly gained a reputation as a model implementation of the anglo-saxon university in Germany.

  • Herbert Jaeger
  • Fatemeh Hadaeghi
  • Xu He