TEC (SME, Austria) independent, privately owned research service company that brings in its engineering know-how and profound experience in coordinating European funded research projects. As an official coordinator of the 6GTandem project, TEC will lead WP1 that is focused on administration tasks, risk management and IT services set up. With professional media department TEC will also plan and design communication and dissemination material (WP6). Among that, TEC will actively contribute to innovation activities, monitor ethical and legal compliance, contribute to definition of use cases (WP2) and system requirements and support the analysis and validation of demonstrators’ technology (WP5).
EAB (Industry, Sweden) is one of the leading providers of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to service providers and presents the Technical Leader of the 6GTandem project and is responsible for ensuring that the technical objectives are met. In WP1 EAB leads and monitors the research and innovation activities. With its expertise on electromagnetic modelling knowledge of requirements for dual frequency physical systems, EAB will lead WP2 and supports the design and characterization (WP4). EAB will also take an active role in the build-up and validation of the technology demonstrator (WP5). In addition, EAB protects intellectual rights by filing patents, publishing papers and building technology roadmaps (WP6).
KU Leuven (University, Belgium) is an international community and research driven university and presents the Scientific Leader of the 6GTandem project. KU Leuven leads WP3 and contributes with expertise on system-level modelling of wireless transmission, cross-layer design and localization. In WP5 KU Leuven leads the system-level validation and hosts the main activities related to this in the Techtile R&D infrastructure. Apart from that KU Leuven will take responsibility in research management activities (WP1), publish papers and disseminate at the international conferences (WP6).
CHA (University, Sweden) conducts research and education in technology and natural sciences at a high international level. In 6GTandem CHA provides its expertise on sub-THz transceiver design and modelling (WP2) and contributes to hardware modelling and development of energy- and hardware optimized waveforms (WP3). Chalmers leads WP5 and takes the main role in synchronization of access to characterization hardware for the sub-THz system.
LIU (University, Sweden) conducts world-leading, boundary-crossing research. In 6G Tandem LIU leads WP3 that is dedicated to models, medium-aware waveforms, and algorithms for energy-efficient, robust services. LIU also contributes its expertise on algorithms for the physical and multiple-access layers, and for the signal processing and optimization methodology (WP2). In addition, LIU is involved in dissemination activities of the project (WP6).
ULUND (University, Sweden) is known for world-leading research facilities. ULUND will lead some activities in WP2 and provide expertise on models for propagation, antenna systems and hardware. In WP3 it will also provide expertise in circularly-polarized antenna design whose pattern will fulfil the coverage requirement of the planned radio-stripe layout. ULUND will also contribute to the system validation with its extensive experience in wireless communication testbed development.
H+S (Industry, Switzerland) offers outstanding products and services in the field of electrical and optical connectivity. In 6GTandem H+S participates as associated partner that will contributes with expertise in design, modelling and manufacturing of dielectric waveguides and packaging (WP2). H+S also design and charactization activities in WP4 and provides multimode transmission characterisation from fibre based on measurements and simulation in WP5.
IFAG (Industry, Germany) is a world leader in semiconductor company in power systems and IoT. IFAG contributes with inputs about performance parameters and achievable performance of functional building blocks (WP2) and provides inputs about behavioural models and parameters of packaged MMICs (WP3). IFAG is also responsible for the processing of the SiGe and investigates transitions and packaging solutions of AiP design (WP4). In addition, IFAG will support the hardware-level demonstration and provide the packaged MMIC components.
IFAT (Industry, Austria) is a world leader in semiconductor company in power systems and IoT. In 6GTandem IFAT contributes with inputs about performance parameters and achievable performance of RF building blocks (WP2). It also inputs about behavioural models and parameters of RF building blocks. As a WP4 lead IFAT will be responsible for transitions and antenna-in-package design and will provide the application support for the MMIC components (WP5). In addition, IFAT contributes to WP6 and protects intellectual rights by filing patents, publish papers and feed results into the business organization