SUPERSMART project wins European award


The SUPERSMART research project, funded by the EIT RawMaterials, and with the participation of the NOVA School of Science and Technology, recently won the Best Publicly Funded Project Demonstrator Award in 2021 by the Organic and Printed Electronics Association.

The project demonstrated that printed electronic components, such as sensors and smart tags on paper, can play an essential role in establishing an intelligent environment for production, sales, and logistics.

The project consortium is composed of 11 partners from industry and academia, including NOVA School of Sciences and Technology | FCT NOVA. The research team of CENIMAT | i3N led by Rodrigo Martins of the MEON group, were responsible for the development of alternative semiconductor metallic oxide paints, ecologically sustainable and economically profitable, and their scaling, which allowed: to demonstrate the scaled materials have the same quality for high-tech productivity like roll-to-roll compared to materials processed in the laboratory.


Eletrónica de papel. Consórcio internacional com a Universidade Nova de Lisboa ganha prémio europeu (Expresso)