The TRAMS consortium involves the next 4 European institutions:
The Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), BarcelonaTech, the Spanish technical university located in Barcelona is the project coordinator. The UPC is one of the main technical universities in Spain. It is specialized in the areas of engineering, science and architecture. It has around 30,000 undergraduate students and 4,000 graduate students (Master and Doctorate). The UPC participation in the TRAMS project is through the research groups “High Performance Integrated Circuits and Systems Design” (HIPICS) and “Architecture and Compilers” (ARCO) in the Electronics Engineering and Computer Architecture Departments respectively.
The University of Glasgow (UOG), The University of Glasgow is one of the top 20 research led universities in the UK from the Russell Group and one of the top 100 universities worldwide. It was established in 1451 and has 1500 undergraduate and 4900 postgraduate students. The Device Modeling Group from the Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering led by Professor Asen Asenov represents the University in the TRAMS consortium.
The IMEC is a world-leading independent research center in nanoelectronics and nanotechnology. Imec is headquartered in Leuven, Belgium, has staff of more than 1,650 people and revenue of 270 million euro. Imec's More Moore research targets semiconductor scaling for the 22nm technology node and beyond. With its More than Moore research, imec invents technology for nomadic embedded systems, wireless autonomous transducer solutions, biomedical electronics, photovoltaics, organic electronics and GaN power electronics. Imec's research bridges the gap between the fundamental research at universities and R&D in the industry. It has unique processing and system know-how, intellectual property portfolio, state-of-the-art infrastructure, and a strong and worldwide network position.
Intel Corporation Iberia. Intel is the world's largest chip maker, and a leading manufacturer of computer, networking and communications products. Intel Barcelona Research Centre (IBRC) is one of the Intel Labs. Its activities focus on research in the areas of microarchitecture and compilers for future microprocessors with the objective of increasing their performance and reducing their energy consumption and cost, while delivering highly reliable systems. IBRC has a long experience in the area of resilient microarchitectures, and has published many papers in this area.