The aim of the course Nanochemistry is to acquaint students with the basics of the field of supramolecular chemistry, which focuses mainly on the so-called non-binding interactions of molecules. These weaker non-binding interactions (hydrogen bonds, van der Waals bonds, pi-pi interactions, metal coordination, hydrophobic forces and electrostatic forces, etc.) then serve to complex-arrange very specifically chemically structured molecules into multimolecular complexes. Students will get acquainted with the basic principles (host-guest, cooperativity, complementarity, etc.) and with the basic chemical structures used in supramolecular chemistry (receptors of cations, anions, intracavitary complexes, etc.). Attention will also be paid to key areas such as self-assembly, liquid crystals or molecular machines and their use in the applied field.