Based on the analysis of synergetic processes in micro- and nanotechnologies, it is shown that self-organization in them is controlled by a set of various technological parameters and other factors established by an external researcher or operator. The conclusion is made about the pronounced controllability of these process provided by the introduced attractor. It is shown that events and influences in controlled synergetic processes are thought out and constructed in advance, and each of these influences begins to affect the entire system at a certain time and in a designated place, directing it to achieve a given goal. The attractor, as one of the concepts of the interdisciplinarity of the synergetic language, can have in specific technical applications definitions and terms such as a substrate (monocrystalline substrate – wafer), a seed (single crystalline seed) and a pattern (pattern) and specify a new steady state and a new structure an emerging nanostructure. The creation of attractors in controlled self-organization is possible through the convergence of two opposing approaches: bottom-up and bottom-up.