Adrian Quesada (Spain, 1980) obtained his PhD in 2009 (Cum Laude), at the Institute of Applied Magnetism in Madrid working under the direction of Dr. Miguel Ángel García. He is highly trained in the use of magnetometers (VSM and SQUID), Spin-polarized Low-energy Electron Microscopy (LEEM), X-Ray Magnetic Circular Dichroism and Photoemission Electron Microscopy (PEEM). Adrian went on to a postdoctoral stay at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, working under the supervision of Dr. Andreas Schmid and being responsible for the Spin-Polarized Low Energy Electron Microscopy (SPLEEM) laboratory which works as a User Facility. He is a regular user of ESRF, BESSY and ALBA synchrotrons. During his postdoc, he focused on the instrumentation associated with LEEM-PEEM microscopes. In December 2011, Adrian joined the Ceramic for Smart Systems Group. Recently, he has been focusing his work on permanent magnets -improving the magnetic properties of ferrites- in the framework of the European project NANOPYME within the FP7 program. He has co-authored 25 ISI publications that have gathered 711 citations yielding an H-index of 11. He is also the co-author of a book chapter and an internationally licensed patent.