CEA - Leti

Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique et aux Energies Alternatives - Laboratoire d'électronique des technologies de l'information

Research Center, France

The CEA is a major research organisation working in the best interests of the French State, its economy and citizens. Thanks to its strong roots in fundamental research, it is able to provide tangible solutions to meet their needs in four key fields: (a) Low-carbon energy (nuclear and renewable) (b) Digital technology (c) Technology for medicine of the future (d) Defence and national security.

Relying on its renowned expertise, the CEA is actively involved in setting up collaboration agreements with its various academic and industrial partners. Considered an expert in its core skills, the CEA is fully integrated into the European research area (ERA) and continues to be a growing presence in the international arena. The CEA made the Top 100 Global Innovators list that recognises organisations having demonstrated above-the-bar innovation performance for the past 10 years  (Clarivate ranking). It is also the leading French organisation that registers the most patent applications in Europe according to the European Patent Office (EPO) 2021. 

Chalmers University of Technology


University, Sweden

Chalmers University of Technology was founded in 1829 and named after William Chalmers, a director of the Swedish East India Company, who set aside funds in his will to establish an “industry school for poor children”, who were taught to read and write. Chalmers University of Technology now has more than 10,500 students and just under 1,900 teaching and research staff at its two Gothenburg campuses. Chalmers University of Technology, situated in Gothenburg, Sweden, conducts research and offers education in technology, science, shipping and architecture with a sustainable future as its global vision. Chalmers is well-known for providing an effective environment for innovation and has 13 departments. Graphene Flagship, an FET Flagship initiative by the European Commission, was coordinated by Chalmers. 



Company, France

At Nokia, we create technology that helps the world act together. As a B2B technology innovation leader, we are pioneering networks that sense, think and act by leveraging our work across mobile, fixed and cloud networks. In addition, we create value with intellectual property and long-term research, led by the award-winning Nokia Bell Labs. Service providers, enterprises and partners worldwide trust Nokia to deliver secure, reliable and sustainable networks today – and work with us to create the digital services and applications of the future. 


Telecom Italia SPA

Company, Italy

TIM is driving the digital transition of Italy and Brazil with innovative technologies and services because wants to contribute to accelerating the sustainable growth of the economy and society by bringing value and prosperity to people, companies and institutions. TIM offers diversified solutions that meet the needs of our stakeholders while also integrating climate strategy, circular economy and digital growth targets.

TIM offers fixed and mobile telephony services and products for communication and entertainment for individuals and households, and supports small and medium-sized enterprises in their path towards digitalisation with a portfolio tailored to their needs. Cloud, IoT and Cybersecurity technologies are at the heart of TIM Enterprise's End-to-End solutions for companies and the public institutions that support the country's digital transformation by making use of the largest data centre network in Italy, the expertise of Group companies such as Noovle, Olivetti and Telsy, and partnerships with leading industrial groups. TIM develops 4G and 5G mobile network and fibre network infrastructure, that is made available to the entire market, both through a widespread national presence and intentionally through Sparkle. In Brazil, TIM Brasil is a major player in the South American communications market and a leader in 4G and 5G coverage. TIM also supports projects of high social interest via TIM Foundation in Italy and Instituto TIM in Brazil.



Company, France

Orange is a leading telecommunications operator and digital service provider. Orange serves 287 million customers (at 31 December 2023), individuals, professionals, and large companies: and are one of the world’s foremost telecommunications operators for multinational companies, under the Orange Business brand. 


National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

University, Greece

The National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA), known shortly as the University of Athens and registered as Ethniko kai Kapodistriako Panepistimio Athinon in EU’s CORDIS, was founded in 1837 and is the oldest and top-ranked University in Greece located in the capital city Athens. The Department of Informatics and Telecommunications (DIT) was founded in 1989 and is part of NKUA’s School of Science. The Intelligent Wireless Systems and Information Processing Algorithms (NOESYS) Research Group is a pioneering DIT group, which is headed by Associate Professor George C. Alexandropoulos who serves as NKUA’s PI. NOESYS comprises 2 Postdocs, 4 PhD students, 3 software developers, and numerous MSc/BSc thesis students, and closely collaborates with the Software Centric & Autonomic Networking (SCAN) lab, which is another DIT’s research lab consisting of around 25 researchers and software engineers. NOESYS and SCAN members possess high quality technical and management skills in the areas of 5G NR (e.g., massive MIMO, beamforming, and millimeter wave), full duplex radios, RISs and metasurface-based antennas, IoT, signal processing and machine learning for wireless communications, SDN, and NFV, as well as self-organizing, reconfigurable, and cognitive radio systems. NOESYS and SCAN have around 15 industrial and public-sector contracts in the areas of big data analytics, 5G networking, integrated access and backhaul, holographic MIMO, ADN, SDN, NFV, and digital governance. The NOESYS research group has received various prestigious awards, including the EURASIP Best Paper Award of the Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking 2021, the IEEE Marconi Prize Paper Award in Wireless Communications 2021, a Best Paper Award from the IEEE GLOBECOM 2021, and the IEEE ComSoc Fred Ellersick Prize 2023.

IMS Bourdeaux


University, France

IMS laboratory leads ten multidisciplinary research groups focusing on integrating hardware, artificial intelligence, in systems designed around human communication and interaction. IMS is a major player in research both in France and internationally, known for pioneering work and strong industrial partnerships.



Company, Germany

NEC Corporation produces tailored solutions for the core technologies and services, ranging from advanced semiconductor solutions to large-scale mission-critical systems, systems integration, and broadband and mobile technologies. NEC is focusing on software-oriented R&D required for the convergence of IT and communications. A strong focus is also placed on contributions to relevant standardisation fora, such as the IETF, 3GPP and the BBF. 



Company, Germany

BOSCH is advancing its leadership in the automotive and automation domain by actively participating in the 6G-DISAC project. The primary goal is to integrate the outcomes of this project into their business units, specifically those involved in connected and automated mobility. By doing so, BOSCH aims to accelerate the adoption of 6G technology in the automotive sector, reinforcing its position as a top provider of automated and connected mobility solutions.  

Key aspects of BOSCH's involvement include collaborating with network operators, service providers, equipment vendors, and research organizations. This collaboration is vital for developing profound products and contributing to the standardization of 6G mobile networks and supporting the 5G Automotive Association. 

BOSCH brings substantial experience in communication technologies, particularly for Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) products like onboard units, communication devices, and driver assistance functions. As an active participant in standard bodies like 3GPP and the 5G Automotive Association, BOSCH will contribute significantly to the project, particularly in developing scenarios and requirements, driving architectural discussions, and enhancing Radio-SLAM algorithms for better positioning and environmental perception. 

In summary, BOSCH’s involvement in the 6G-DISAC project is set to yield significant advancements in 6G technologies for automotive applications, bolstering its market position and paving the way for future research and product development. 



Company, Sweden

Radchat AB, a Chalmers University of Technology spin-off, pioneers radar-centric integrated communication and sensing. Our expert team excels in mm-wave radar transponder solutions, sensing and localization algorithms, as well as business development. The company is actively progressing the development of commercial transponder and ISAC-specific software components.