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TR100 Judges and Contributors

TR100 Judges 2004

Howard Anderson
Senior managing director,
YankeeTek Ventures

Angela Belcher
Associate professor of materials
science and engineering, MIT

Gordon Bell
Senior researcher, Microsoft
Media Presence Research Group

Alexis Borisy
Founder, president, and CEO,
CombinatoRx

Joe Chung
Cofounder, Art Technology Group

James Collins
Professor of biomedical
engineering, Boston University

Sanjay Correa
Global technology leader
for energy and propulsion
technologies, GE Global
Research

Ernest Cravalho
Professor of mechanical
engineering, MIT

Tejal Desai
Associate professor of biomedical
engineering, Boston University

Richard Friend
Professor of physics, University of
Cambridge

Kent Fuchs
Dean of engineering,
Cornell University

Irene Greif
IBM fellow and department
group manager, Collaborative
User Experience, IBM

Edward Jung
Cofounder and managing
director, Intellectual Ventures

Lionel Kimerling
Professor of materials science and
engineering, MIT

Christina Lampe-Onnerud
Director of power technologies,
Tiax

Tod Machover
Professor of music and media,
MIT Media Laboratory

Chad Mirkin
Professor of chemistry,
Northwestern University

Richard Mulligan
Professor of genetics and
professor of pediatrics,
Harvard Medical School

Nicholas Negroponte
Professor of media technology
and founding chairman,
MIT Media Laboratory

Stephen R. Quake
Associate professor of applied
physics, California Institute of
Technology

Micah Siegel
President and CEO,
Concept2Company

Michael S. Tomczyk
Managing director, Emerging
Technologies Management
Research Program, University of
Pennsylvania

Sophie V. Vandebroek
Chief engineer, Xerox

Susie Wee
Principal research scientist
and R&D department manager,
Hewlett-Packard Labs

Chelsea C. White III
Professor of transportation and
logistics, School of Industrial and
Systems Engineering, Georgia
Institute of Technology

Jackie Ying
Executive director, Institute of
Bioengineering and
Nanotechnology, Singapore

Daphne Zohar
Founder and managing general
partner, PureTech Ventures

Ethan Zuckerman
Cofounder, Geekcorps

Victor Zue
Codirector of the Computer
Science and Artificial Intelligence
Laboratory and professor of
electrical engineering and
computer science, MIT

TR100 Contributors
Project managing editor: Bill Marbach
Assistant managing editor: Erika Jonietz
Research consultant: Brad Stenger
Fact checkers: Dan Cho, Janet Bertaud
Copy chief: Larry Hardesty
Copy editors: Thomas Motley, Kathryn ONeill
Researchers: Janet Bertaud, Laura Levis, Luke Phelan
Writers: David Freedman, Erika Jonietz, Corie Lok, Bill Marbach, Neil Savage, Brad Stenger

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