The general goal of the project is to research and develop novel nanoporous carbon based polymeric film materials and their fabrication technology for sensing, energy harvesting and actuator applications. The specific goals are: To develop materials for better efficiency and electromechanical coupling. The efficiency of electromechanical coupling allows integrating these nanoporous carbon based materials into new applications as the sensitivity and range of functionality is wider. It is extremely important for energy harvesting application as the amount of the collected energy depends directly from coupling efficiency. To develop material properties for possible specific application area. Although nanoporous carbon based film materials can be exploited as actuators, sensors and energy harvesting units, the material synthesising and fabrications, also the choice of the components should be specific for each case as it affects the efficiency. To develop materials fabrication technology to confirm the needs of industrial fabrication technique. In lab conditions, it is possible to use materials, difficult to implement in industrial fabrication phase (applying ionic liquids, hot pressing, etc). Also selection of the material in order to keep industrial fabrication in the order of reasonable cost range is optimization condition in research activity. The fabrication processes using industrial equipment generate certain restrictions for fabrication specifications. Thorough research in order to determine possible synthesis and fabrication processes is necessary to perform.