Elin L. Winkler is Researcher of National Council for Scientific and Technical Research (CONICET), Researcher of National Atomic Energy Commission (CNEA) and Professor at the Balseiro Institute, Cuyo National University (IB-UNCuyo) in Argentina. She is currently the Head of the Magnetic Resonance Lab at the Bariloche Atomic Center (CAB-CNEA). She received her Ph.D. in Physics in 2000 from the IB-UNCuyo Argentina. In her Thesis she studied the Electric and magnetic interactions in L-alanine crystals doped with transition metal ions and the radiation effects. Then she moved to the USA for two years to perform Postdoctoral research work in the group of Professor John B. Goodenough at the Texas Material Institute in the University of Texas at Austin. During this stage she studied the Localized to itinerant electronic transition in transition-metal oxides. In 2003 she returned to Argentina where she made a second postdoc where she investigated the Magnetic Properties of Nanoparticles under the supervision of Dr. Roberto Zysler. In 2005 she took a position as researcher of CONICET in the Magnetic Resonance Lab. Since then she designs and fabricates new nanostructured materials based on magnetic nanoparticles and studies their physic-chemical properties in order to tune the response for different applications in electronic, biomedicine and environmental remediation. She is co-author of more than 80 papers in peer-review journals, two book chapters and more than 100 contributions to local and international conferences, in these research lines she supervises Postdoctoral, PhDs. and M.S. students.