Dr. Daniel Salazar-Jaramillo (Ph.D. in Physics and Mathematics) is an electronic engineer from the Universidad del Quindío (2007) who received a doctorate in physics and mathematics from the Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha in 2012. He started his research on nanostructured and granular magnetic materials, transition metal oxides, magnetic properties, and electrical transport in nanocrystalline oxides, magnetic, structural, and thermal properties in strongly correlated electron systems during his Ph.D. Since late 2013 he is joined the BCMaterials in a postdoctoral position and currently he is a Senior Researcher focusing his work on the study of the magnetocaloric effect and their physical features on single crystals, powders and ribbons of magnetic shape memory alloys and the coercivity enhancement of nanostructured rare-earth (RE)-free hard magnets by grain boundary engineering. Dr. Salazar has published more than 45 SCI papers and 3 book chapters. He has contributed to over 40 international conferences, given ten invited talks in international conferences. He has participated in ten publicly funded projects and one privately funded project, being PI or co-PI of a European Project (H2020). He has organized six international symposiums/workshops. Member of Board of three Scientific Advisory Committees. Currently, he is Chair of the Magnetic Materials Committee and Member of Board of the Program Committee of the Metals, Minerals, and Materials Society, in the USA.