European Union's 7th Framework Programme's collaborative research project FP7-2009-IST-4-248613 DIAMOND - Diagnosis, Error Modelling and Correction for Reliable Systems Design aims at improving the productivity and reliability of semiconductor and electronic systems design in Europe by providing a systematic methodology and an integrated environment for the diagnosis and correction of errors.

The project was launched in January 2010. With the total budget of 3.8M € the project encompasses an effort of 462.5 person months over a period of 3 years and is being coordinated by the research group led by Dr. Jaan Raik of Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia.

DIAMOND brings together eight partners: two major corporations IBM Israel and Ericsson AB (Sweden), two EDA companies TransEDA Systems (Hungary) and Testonica Lab (Estonia); and four Universities: Universität Bremen (Germany), Graz University of Technology (Austria), Linköping University (Sweden), and Tallinn University of Technology (Estonia).

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