The project was highly collaborative, with frequent project-wide meetings involving all principle investigators and students. It involved faculty principle investigators from three universities. Faculty commonly co-advised students at other universities and most papers from the project were co-authored by collaborators at different universities.

Thidapat (Tam) Chantem‘s work at Virginia Tech focused on scheduling in fault-prone systems and software-only critical timing slack extraction for wear monitoring.

Xiaobo Sharon Hu‘s work at the University of Notre Dame  focused on optimizing lifetime reliability in heterogeneous systems containing multiple types of microprocessors and GPUs and on maximizing availability in fault-prone systems.

Robert Dick‘s work at the University of Michigan focused on modeling faults caused by spatially heterogeneous particle strikes and upon software-only wear state measurement.