Alexis Grimaud is an associate researcher at Collège de France in Paris, France. He received his physical-chemistry engineering diploma from the Graduate School of Chemistry and Physics of Bordeaux in 2008 and his PhD from the University of Bordeaux in 2011. He then was postdoctoral associate at MIT from 2012 to 2014 working in the Electrochemical Energy Lab with Prof. Yang Shao-Horn. In 2014, he joined Prof. Jean-Marie Tarascon’s research group at Collège de France, Paris, France as an associate researcher. His research interests are in the understanding of anionic redox and the design of new materials for water splitting, metal-air and Li-ion batteries.