• Portugal
  • NUTS 0 : PT
  • PT

Facts & Figures

Capital: Lisboa

Size: 92,211.9 km2

Population: 10,541,840

National GDP: 165,690 (2013)

National GERD (%): 1.36 (2013)

% of Unemployment: 12.9

S3 related National Website

REGIO Infoview Page - PORTUGAL

ESIF Open Data Platform - PORTUGAL


KEEP-Territorial Cooperation Programmes - PORTUGAL


Almeida, Alexandre

  Email: alexandre.almeida@ani.pt


S3 Priorities as Encoded in the "Eye@RIS3" Tool S3 Priorities as Encoded in the "Eye@RIS3" Tool

Priority Name Description
Energy Energy sustainability based on R&I and a competitive advantage in new forms of renewables
Raw materials and materials Sustainable exploitation of raw materials based on eco-efficient technologies, a leader in composite and new materials, and exploration of applications in traditional and high tech industries.
Production technologies and Process Industries Application of new technologies to make processes more efficient and sustainable, especially in petrochemical, pulp and paper, textiles, paint and varnish.
Automotive, aeronautics and space Specialisation in automotive spare parts and aeronautic maintenance.
Information and Communication Technologies ICTs as transversal economic and social enablers
Transport, Mobility and Logistics Management of port infrastructures, new modes of sustainable transport, Intelligent transport systems, standardisation and certification, new public policies for transport.
Agro-food Link between food and health, organisation of the rural territory, agro-engineering and new technologies, wine, links with blue growth and tourism
Forestry Development of forest eco systems, sustainable production of raw and processed materials
Blue growth - Ecosystems and renewable energy resources Increase knowledge and sustainable use of marine ecosystems
Water and environment Sustainable environmental solutions, especially related to water
Health Translational medicine, health tourism, ageing, Portugal as a living laboratory for health solutions
Tourism Application of ICTs and diversification of services
Cultural and creative industries Clustering of activities, application of ICTs, internationalisation
Habitat Eco-construction, sustainable production and consumption, new materials and innovation applications
Blue growth Blue growth is an important national priority for Portugal and includes 1. Fishing and aquaculture (in land and off shore,food processing and safety), 2. Marine ecosystems and renewable energy resources, 3. Deep sea resources (Marine biotechnology, mining of minerals, natural gas and hydro carbons) 4. Coastal tourism, culture, sport and leisure

You can obtain more detail following this/these link/s:

RIS3 Related Links

S3 Strategy:

RIS3 Strategy Portugal - Final document (11/2014)

S3 Process:

National Peer Review, Budapest (HU) 24 & 25 June 2013
Presentation of Portugal
Background document


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