The STEEPER consortium grouped some of the leading European research institutes and universities in the fields of nanoelectronics technology, its fabrication and its theory modelling and simulation in the beyond CMOS framework. It included also three big companies covering industrial validation for a range of end-user applications especially in the domains of small power (or greener) electronics and of high performance electronics, and committed to the investigation, development and ultimately, the exploitation of emerging Beyond CMOS technology.
The STEEPER project assembled partners with complementary expertise and shared access to infrastructures not available on a national level. The STEEPER consortium was a multinational team, involving leading scientists and engineers with a strong background in electronics, physics, material science and modelling.
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Partner 1 - EPFL (Coordinator)
Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Laboratory of Micro and Nano-Electronic Devices (Nanolab)

Adrian Mihai Ionescu (Coordinator), Wladek Grabinski
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Partner 2 - CEA
Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique - Laboratoire d’Electronique et de Technologie de l’Information (CEA)

Cyrille Le Royer, Carlo Reita, Olivier Faynot
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Partner 3 - IUNET
Consorzio Nazionale Interuniversitario per la Nanoelettronica

Luca Selmi, Giorgio Baccarani
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Partner 4 - GF
Global Foundries Dresden Module One LLC & Co. KG

Jürgen Faul
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Partner 5 - IBM
IBM Research GmbH, Zurich Research Laboratory

Heike Riel

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Partner 6 - IMC
Intel Mobile Communications GmbH

Reinhard Mahnkopf, Thomas Schulz
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Partner 7 - FZJ
Research Center Jülich (FZJ), Peter Grünberg Institut (PGI9-IT)

Siegfried Mantl
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Partner 8 - SCIPROM

Peter Ulrich, Kirsten Leufgen
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Partner 9 - RWTH
RWTH Aachen University

Joachim Knoch