The consortium includes partners from five European countries: Italy, Greece, Austria, France, Germany.



University of Pisa (UNIPI)

The University of Pisa, founded in 1343, is one of the most ancient and prestigious universities in Europe. UNIPI counts twenty large departments covering all disciplinary areas, with high level research centres in the sectors of physics, computer science, engineering, mathematics, among others. The academic staff counts around 1400 professors and researchers, 1500 administrative employees, and more than 50.000 students (including students from other Italian regions and from abroad).


Harokopio University of Athens (HUA)

Established in 1991, the Harokopio University of Athens is a non-profit, public, higher education institution located in the urban setting of the large city of Athens. HUA is a small (enrolment range: ~2,000 students) focused, coeducational higher education institution. HUA offers courses and programs leading to officially recognized higher education degrees such as undergraduate certificates/diplomas, bachelor degrees in several areas of study. HUA has a selective admission policy based on entrance examinations.


Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR)

CNR is the largest public research organisation in Italy and a top level R&D performer in Europe, being the fourth beneficiary of the EU FP7. CNR participates to TEACHING project with its biggest ICT institute, the “Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell’Informazione” (ISTI, CNR-ISTI is committed to producing scientific excellence and to playing an active role in technology transfer. The domain of competence covers Information Science, related technologies and a wide range of applications. The research groups involved in the proposal are the High Performance Computing Laboratory (HPC Lab, ISTI-CNR) and the Wireless Networks Laboratory (WN Lab, ISTI-CNR).



Graz University of Technology (TUG)

In worldwide competition with comparable institutions, Graz University of Technology pursues top teaching and research in the fields of science and engineering. An integral part of putting together excellent education and training programs is knowing about the needs of society and the economy. Ultimately, the quality of the education and training at Graz University of Technology is carried by the strength of its knowledge-oriented and applied research. Numerous competence centres, the Christian-Doppler laboratories, special research fields, research focuses, and large EU projects are only a few examples of the University’s extremely active and successful research.



AVL List GmbH (AVL)

AVL List GmbH AVL is the world's largest independent company for development, simulation and testing technology of powertrains (hybrid, combustion engines, transmission, electric drive, batteries and software) for passenger cars, trucks and large engines. AVL has about 3850 employees in Graz (Austria), and a global network of 45 representations and affiliates resulting in more than 9500 employees worldwide.



Marelli (M)

Marelli is an international group committed to the design and production of hi-tech systems and components for the automotive sector. With more than 40.000 employees, 85 production units, 12 R&D centres and 26 application centres, the group has a presence in 19 countries and supplies all the most important car makers in Europe, North and South America and Asia.



Ideas & Motion (I&M)

Ideas & Motion (Italy), offers high-tech solutions in the field of automotive applications. I&M has a well-recognized position of excellence on some key areas, stemming from more than 140 years of combined experience on innovative projects and related automotive products. Its biggest technological background is in the design of semiconductor devices and smart drivers for the control of electro-actuators, and its integration in automotive powertrain applications. I&M’s core business is to provide HW/SW engineering services to OEM and Tier1 companies in the automotive industry, while also being active as a supplier of Electronic Control Units in niche applications with low volumes and high technological contents.




Thales is a world leader for mission critical information systems, with activities in 3 core businesses: aerospace (with all major aircraft manufacturers as customers), defence, and security (including ground transportation solutions). It employs 68000 people worldwide (50 countries). Thales SA is involved in the TEACHING project through its corporate research centre, the Thales Research & Technology centre in Palaiseau (France) near Paris, located since 2006 on the campus of the École Polytechnique engineering school, close to CEA and Inria.

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Information Technology for Market Leadership (ITML)

Founded in 2011, Information Technology for Market Leadership IKE (ITML) is a global ICT enterprise headquartered in Athens, Greece. ITML provides novel, tailor-made software solutions based on a variety of technologies, such as big data analytics, advanced data mining and machine learning.



Infineon AG (IFAG)

IFAG, Neubiberg, Germany, is a world leader in semiconductors. Infineon offers products and system solutions addressing three central challenges to modern society: energy efficiency, mobility, and security. In the 2016 fiscal year (ending September 30), the company reported sales of Euro 6,473 billion with more than 36.000 employees worldwide.




The DSE group of AIT has experience in safety & security engineering, verification & validation and risk management. In addition, AIT is highly active and integrated into the respective standardization groups.