1. Vojislav V. Mitić, Univerzitet u Nišu, Elektronski fakultet, Aleksandra Medvedeva 14, 18000 Niš, Serbia
2. Dušan Milošević, Faculty of Electronic Engineering University of Nis Nis, Serbia, Serbia
3. Jelena Manojlović, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Nis, 14 Aleksandra Medvedeva, 18000 Nis, Serbia, Serbia
4. Marina Soković, Institute for Biological Research “Sinisa Stankovic“, National Institute of Republic of Serbia, Univ, Serbia
5. Vesna Paunović, Univerzitet u Nišu, Elektronski fakultet, Aleksandra Medvedeva 14, 18000 Niš, Serbia
6. Hans Jirgin Feht, Univerzitet Ulm, Odeljenje za materijale, 89081 Ulm, Nemačka, Germany
7. Branislav Vlahovic, United States
One of the most important fractals’ characteristics is that they are scale-independent which provides the possibility to apply fractal analysis on any scale existing in nature, including space, like macro, micro, or nano. It means that we can apply fractal nature characterization on large or small space bodies, as well as on microelectronic ceramic materials and also on biophysical systems, considering fractal nature as a general phenomenon within the whole Universe, comprising alive and nonalive matter. Submicroelectronics hybrid integrations imply the integration of biophysical and condensed matter systems structures, which is possible due to fractal nature self-similarities of Brownian motion, represented by living and nonliving systems particles motion. Electrons and other submicroparticles Brownian motion is the joint property of biophysical and condensed matter systems because these particles “don’t recognize” which system they are a part of, thus their properties and motion are identical in both systems. If we presume the existence of some kind of alien life forms in space, we can consider the living and nonliving space systems integration too, also in the frame of Brownian motion fractal nature. The goal of our research is to open new frontiers for complex integrations regardless of scale size, from submicroelectronics hybrid systems, up to the space level in the sense of exploring existence of life and intelligence on other space bodies.