All solids are composed of a bulk material covered by a surface. Surface engineering is a sub-discipline of materials science that involves designing and modification technologies that improve the desired properties of the surface of solid matter like metals, alloys, and non-metals without changing the material itself. Surface engineering can provide protection from environmental damage, enhance the mechanical or physical performance of the surface and also improve the appearance of the surface. It deals with particle or bulk surfaces. Surface engineering involves the process of modifying or coating the surface of a component to enhance its properties. Nanotechnology and surface engineering, also known as nanosurface engineering, is a combination of nanomaterials and nanotechnology with surface engineering technologies. Nanosurface engineering introduces the morphological, interfacial, physical, and structural properties of nanosized particles, including 2D surfaces concerning various applications. The surface properties of nanomaterials impact a large number of their physical and morphological properties. Through nanosurface engineering, nanostructured films and coatings can be developed, which can significantly improve the wear resistance and anti-corrosion properties of the surface.