Luis Sánchez Granados born in 1967, he graduated in Chemistry in 1991, obtaining his Ph.D. in 1994 (Chemical Sciences; University of Córdoba). He is Full Professor of Inorganic Chemistry at the University of Córdoba (UCO; Spain). The academic and scientiﬁc career has been completed through stages at highly reputed European institutions: CNRS (France); Open University (United Kingdom); Padova University (Italia). His scientiﬁc activity is documented by more than 95 papers, 1 patent, chapters to books and over 110 conference communications. This activity is developed in the ﬁeld of electrochemistry, solid state chemistry, building materials, environmental remediation and photocatalysis, putting special attention to the design of functional materials (oxides, chalcogenides, metals, etc.) in variable forms: micro-nano powders, thin ﬁlms, 3D arrays. For his scientiﬁc activity, he was awarded: Prize of Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry—Novel Research (1998).