Molecular engineering

Molecular engineering is an evolving field of study related to the design and testing of molecular structure, properties, behavior, and interactions in order to construct better substances, systems, and processes for specific roles. A modern approach known as the bottom-up design is used in which observable properties of a macroscopic system are influenced by direct alteration of a molecular structure. Molecular engineering deals with material advancement efforts in emerging technologies that need dogmatic rational molecular design strategy towards systems of immense complexity.

Molecular engineering is profoundly interdisciplinary by nature, incorporating aspects of biotechnological engineering, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering,  materials science, electrical engineering, physics, and chemistry. There is also significant overlap with nanotechnology, in that both are concerned with the behavior of materials on the scale of nanometers or smaller. Given the extremely fundamental nature of molecular interactions, there is a surplus of potential application areas, defined perhaps only by one’s imagination and the laws of physics. However, some of the early achievements of molecular engineering have evolved in the fields of immunotherapy, drug designing, synthetic biology, and printable electronics.

  • Computer aided drug designing

Related Conference of Molecular engineering

Molecular engineering Conference Speakers