Collaborative Projects


Neurotec II is the consecution of the successful Neurotec I project. Its main motivation is to bring all previously obtained knowledge one step closer to market realization.



NeuroSys aims to establish the Aachen region as a world-leading location for research, development and innovation in neuromorphic hardware for artificial intelligence (AI).



Anwendungsspezifischer KI-Prozessor für die intelligente Bildverarbeitung im autonomen Fahren

The project is funded by the government (BMBF) and part of the ZUSE initiative („Zukunftsfähige Spezialprozessoren und Entwicklungsplattformen“).


Reliable communication in autonomous electrical cars

Funding by „Mikroelektronik aus Deutschland Innovationstreiber der Digitalisierung" des Bundesministeriums für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF)



BOWI stands for Boosting and Widening Digital Innovation Hubs. The BOWI project is part of the European Commission’s Smart Anything Everywhere initiative that aims to boost innovation uptake across Europe through widening and knowledge transfer between different regions and innovation hubs.



Bio-Nanoelectronic based Logic Locking for Secure Systems

Funded by DFG Priority Programme “Nano Security: From Nano-Electronics to Secure Systems” (SPP 2253)



Phoenix is an European H2020 project in FET-Open, a scheme for Future Emerging Technologies and cooperation projects for advanced and paradigm-changing innovation. It focusses on ultra-low power wireless sensor networks.


ICE participates actively in the third version of HiPEAC, (European Network of Excellence on High-Performance Embedded Architecture and Compilation).