Cecile Grezes received her B.S. and M.S. degrees from the Ecole Normale supérieure (Paris) in 2011 and her Ph.D. degree from the University Paris VI in 2014. Her thesis work was performed at the CEA Saclay with Pr. Daniel Estève and Patrice Bertet on experimental quantum information processing combining spins and superconducting qubits for quantum computing. In 2015, she joined the group of Pr. Kang L. Wang at the University of California Los Angeles and worked jointly with the startup Inston Inc., in collaboration with HGST and Singulus Technologies, on the development of electric-field-controlled MRAM based on voltage-controlled magnetic anisotropy. She joined SPINTEC in December 2019, where her research focuses on spin-charge interconversion in surfaces states for developing reconfigurable SOT-MRAM and beyond-CMOS technologies.