Spin leads the TetraScience team as CEO, COO, and co-founder. Throughout Spin's entire academic and entrepreneurial career, he has focused on improving science with software. From Engineering Physics at Cornell to his PhD program at MIT to founding TetraScience, Spin has pursued a passion for an integrated lab and R&D modernization. Spin is on the board of directors of Pistoia Alliance and in 2017, Spin is the recipient of Forbes 30 Under 30 Award in Science.
Sal Savo PhD is the Chief Customer Officer and co-founder of TetraScience. As CCO, he oversees Customer Success, Customer Support and Field Engineering. Prior to founding TetraScience Sal spent 8 years in academia building solutions for remotely monitoring experiments and his first job was in the semiconductor industry at Micron. Sal earned his PhD in Metamaterials from the University of Naples - Italy
Patrick is currently the founder and CEO of Impetus, which provides execution capital - a unique combination of high-impact strategic and operational collaboration, proven company-scaling frameworks, and targeted financial investment - to software entrepreneurs to help them build the Category Kings of tomorrow.
Patrick was the founder and CEO of Rearden Commerce, one of the most innovative and fastest growing companies of the 2003 – 2012 era. During this period, the company’s value increased more than 45x to $1.5 billion, making it the 6th most valuable privately-held technology company in the world at the time. Patrick played a well-documented role in shaping and commercializing transformational technologies including web services, Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA), Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Commerce-as-a-Service (CaaS), Personal Assistant/Intelligent Agent technology, and Card-Linked Offers (CLO). A highly-regarded visionary CEO and operator in SaaS, business and data networks and FinTech, he’s been formally recognized as one of the leading CEOs in the B2B market on numerous occasions. Patrick was also a recipient of the 2006 Fast Company award for being one of the top 50 people in the world to change the way we live and work for his pioneering work in personal agent technology.
Patrick is the proud father of two epic daughters. Ryan is at the United States Naval Academy, majoring in Cyber Operations, and Reagan is a rising 9th grader who aspires to follow in her father’s entrepreneurial footsteps while also becoming the best 3-point shooter in America.
Chris Lynch is the Executive Chairman and CEO at AtScale, the industry leader in data federation and cloud transformation. Prior to AtScale, Chris founded and was a partner of Reverb Advisors. Reverb is an advisory firm that works with cyber security, data science, and next generation application and infrastructure companies achieve their entrepreneurial goals. Chris is also co-founder of hack/reduce, a non-profit that is driving Boston’s big data ecosystem, hack/secure, a non-profit shaping the Cybersecurity community across the U.S. and is an advisor and mentor to dozens of entrepreneurs and startups.
Prior to Reverb, Chris founded and was General Partner at Accomplice (www.accomplice.co), a venture capital firm that invests in early-stage technology companies. Chris backs entrepreneurs building companies based on disruptive enterprise technology and is most often the founding investor. Before joining Accomplice, Chris held CEO and leadership roles at tech startups where during his career he raised over $150M in capital and returned more than $7B to his investors. Chris was CEO of Vertica (acquired by HP) and Acopia Networks (acquired by F5 Networks); and held executive leadership positions at Arrowpoint Communications (IPO, then acquired by Cisco), Prominet (acquired by Lucent) and Wellfleet Communications (acquired by Bay Networks). Chris is an avid supporter of the St. Baldrick’s foundation. He first became involved with St. Baldrick’s more than four years ago when he launched the first annual hack/reduce Charity Cup. Since then, the event has raised more than $1M to help fund pediatric cancer research.
Chris earned his MBA from the McCallum Graduate School of Business at Bentley University and his bachelor’s degree in business management from Suffolk University. He received an honorary doctor of commercial science degree from Bentley University.
Remy Evard is the chief information and digital officer at Flagship Pioneering. He leads the development and execution of Flagship's digital technology strategy, which includes business analytics and insights into new company creation, identifying and developing digital and data-enabled capabilities across the Flagship ecosystem, and overseeing the IT infrastructure and operations within the company.
Remy has a history of applying cutting-edge computing technologies to enable science. Before joining Flagship, Remy was the global chief information officer at the Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research. During his eleven-year tenure at Novartis, he built and led the NIBR Informatics global organization, an IT, engineering, and data sciences group responsible for delivering and operating a world-wide and world-class informatics environment supporting all aspects of Novartis' biopharma research. There, he established industry-leading programs in cloud computing, scientific software development, data management and analysis, and machine learning. Prior to his time at Novartis, Remy was the chief information officer at Argonne National Laboratory, a US Department of Energy laboratory with research-oriented missions in basic science, engineering, and facility operation. While at Argonne, he helped build some of
the fastest computers on the planet used for scientific computing, led a computer security turnaround, and deployed global networks bringing together hundreds of academic and research sites.
Remy has B.S. degrees in computer science and in mathematics from Andrews University, an M.S. in computer science from the University of Oregon, and also received an Alliance Francaise while in college in Collonges, France.