3D-ICE was originally created by the Embedded Systems Laboratory (ESL) in EPFL under the framework for the CMOSAIC project. Today, 3D-ICE is maintained by the students and researchers at ESL, and is under active development, thanks to the collaboration with several institutions and under the framework of several projects such as COMPUSAPIEN and RECIPE.
As a software library, 3D-ICE is constantly being upgraded and enhanced, and new versions are released. Various bachelors and graduate students at EPFL also contribute to this process. In addition, our research partners at the other laboratories in EPFL, IBM Research (Zurich), POLIMI and HES-SO have also contributed to 3D-ICE in many direct and indirect ways.
Following is the list of initial members of the 3D-ICE project team:
|Industrial Support, Experimental Evaluations
Together with the list of current and former contributors to 3D-ICE:
|Marina Zapater – supervisor
|Luis Costero Valero – non-uniform discretization support
|Huan Darong – non-uniform discretization support
|Federico Terraneo – co-simulation interface and pluggable heatsink design
|Gabor Csordas – initial development of pluggable heatsink model
|Arman Iranfar – experimental evaluations
Giseong Bak – implementation of porous medium model and network interface for HW-SW cosimulation.
Mohamed Sabry – thermal management studies based on 3D-ICE, evaluation of the tool.
Marco Goretti – Graphical user interface for 3D-ICE, and plugin for Hotpot input model.