Riccardo Sabatini applies his expertise in numerical modeling to projects ranging from material science to computational genomics and food market predictions. In the past he has served as director of FoodCAST (a European Union research project on food commodity markets forecasting), a founding member of Aiida and Quantum ESPRESSO (the largest open source suite for quantum modeling of materials), and co-director and faculty member at the Master in Complex Actions. He's an angel investor and board member for several startups in the field of artificial intelligence. Sabatini recently joined the research team of Human Longevity, Inc., working on machine learning applied to genomics and health. He is a speaker at international events and conferences, including TED Global 2016, an author in top-ranking scientific journals, a consultant for Fortune500 companies, an inventor in several patents in IT, and an adviser and supporter of the Human Code Foundation, a nonprofit charity supporting artists and researchers around the globe to disseminate the scientific knowledge around genomics and health.