Juan Luis Guerrero-Rascado received a MS in Geophysics and Meteorology and a MS in Advanced techniques in Physics from the University of Granada. In 2008 he obtained his Ph.D in Atmospheric Physics from the University of Granada. He completed part of his doctorate at the Institute of Methodologies for Environmental Analysis in Potenza (Italy) and the Évora Geophysics Center in Évora (Portugal). In 2010 he moved to the University of Évora with a postdoctoral position. In 2012 he came back to the Atmospheric Physics Group at the University of Granada. His main research topics are the optical and microphysical properties of atmospheric aerosols and clouds, and their interactions, focusing on their role on climate change. In addition to his work with Arcadia University in Spain, he is lecturer of several courses in Physics and Environmental Sciences at the University of Granada such as "Meteorology and Climatology", "Atmospheric Physics", "Energy Management and Renewable Energy", "Atmospheric Dynamics" and "Methods and Techniques for Atmospheric Aerosol Analysis".