Imec is an RD hub for nano- and digital technologies
Company Name: IMEC
At imec, we shape the future. How? By enabling nano- and digital technology innovation with a significant impact on the quality of life. With our partners from companies, governments and academia. And supported by the three pillars of our R&D: a unique infrastructure that includes a 2.5-billion-euro 300mm semiconductor pilot line more than 5,000 expert scientists from over 95 countries an ecosystem of more than 600 world-leading industry partners and a global academic network
Design, implementation, and performance evaluation of networked systems and applications
Company Name: University College Cork, Ireland
My research interests lie in the broad areas of general distributed systems and wireless Internet technologies, including next-generation wireless networks and systems, smart cities, and multimedia communications. In these areas, my research focuses on developing new algorithms, protocols, and solutions to ensure the best user experience by tackling fundamental problems, such as mobility and resource management. We use various methods including modeling and optimization, simulation, and real system implementation. Our lab has extensive experience with Video Streaming and Content Delivery Optimisation, Quality of Service/Experience in Wireless Networks, Next-generation Telecoms Networks, Wireless Sensor Networks.
Beyond CMOS for Beyond 5G THz Wireless Communications and Sensing
Company Name: Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics (IAF)
The business unit High Frequency Electronics focuses on mm-wave and THz research on device level, circuit level and module level for frequencies up to 1 THz. This involves epitaxial growth of III-V heterostructures, FEOL and BEOL processing, wafer transfer to CMOS and silicon substrates, transistor modeling, integrated circuit design using the in-house 20-nm InGaAs HEMT technology, RF and mixed-signal characterization, prototyping, small volume production, advanced packaging and antenna design and fabrication.
MY name is Alessandro Bruni, Associate Legal Researcher of the KU Leuven Interdisciplinary Centre for Information Technology and Intellectual Property (CiTiP) Academic research center specialized in legal and ethical aspects of IT technology
Company Name: KU Leuven Center for IT and IP Law
The KU Leuven Interdisciplinary Centre for Information Technology and Intellectual Property (CiTiP) has currently a staff of over 80 researchers specialized in legal and ethical aspects of IT technology and innovation. CiTiP is among the founding members of the Leuven Center on Information and Communication Technology (LICT) and of the Flemish digital research and incubation center iMinds that recently merged with Imec, a world-leading research and innovation hub in nanoelectronics and digital technologies. we have a solid track record as an ethical-legal partner in large international and interdisciplinary research projects. Our center is globally renowned for its expertise in the[...]