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TR35 Judges — 2002

August 8, 2006

DAVID BALTIMORE
President, California Institute of Technology;
Nobel laureate,medicine

ALFRED BERKELEY
Vice chairman,
NASDAQ

SABEER BHATIA
Cofounder,
Hotmail;
TR100 finalist, 1999

RICHARD DEMILLO
Vice president and chief technology officer,
Hewlett-Packard

R. JOHN HANSMAN
Professor of aeronautics and astronautics,
MIT

UNNA HUH
Member, National Assembly,
Republic of Korea

JOSEPH JACOBSON
Associate professor,
MIT Media Laboratory;
TR100 finalist, 1999

PHILIPPE JANSON
Member,
IBM Academy of Technology

NATALIE JEREMIJENKO
Director, Experimental Product Design Lab,
Yale University;
TR100 finalist, 1999

CHRISTINE KARMAN
Founder,
Tryllian, the Netherlands

ROBERT LANGER
Professor of chemical and biomedical engineering, MIT;
Professor, Harvard-MIT Division of Health Science and Technology

RICHARD K. LESTER
Director, Industrial Performance Center, and professor of nuclear engineering,
MIT

ROBERT M. METCALFE
General partner, Polaris Venture Partners;
Inventor, Ethernet;
Founder, 3Com

JUZAR MOTIWALLA
Partner,
Green Dot Capital,
Republic of Singapore

CHERRY A. MURRAY
Senior vice president, research strategy, wireless physical science research, Bell Labs,
Lucent Technologies

NICHOLAS NEGROPONTE
Professor of media technology, MIT;
Chairman, MIT Media Laboratory

KIM POLESE
Chairman,
Marimba

JUDITH RODIN
President,
University of Pennsylvania

DARI SHALON
Partner,
Shalon Ventures, Israel;
TR100 finalist, 1999

PHILLIP SHARP
Institute Professor and director of the McGovern Institute for Brain Research,
MIT;
Nobel laureate, medicine

ALAN SPOON
Managing general partner,
Polaris Venture Partners

ANTHONY SUN
Managing general partner,
Venrock Associates

LARRY WEBER
Founder,Weber Shandwick Worldwide;
Chairman and CEO, Interpublic’s Advanced Marketing Services

ANN WINBLAD
Cofounding partner,
Hummer Winblad Venture Partners

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