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TR35 Judges — 2006

August 8, 2006

*George Candea
Assistant professor of computer and communication sciences,
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

George Church
Professor of genetics; director, Center for Computational Genetics,
Harvard Medical School

*James Collins
Professor of biomedical engineering,
Boston University

*Dennis Crowley
Product manager, Google;
founder of Dodgeball.com

Dave Dargo
Chief technology officer and senior vice president of strategy,
Ingres

Claire Giordano
Director of product management,
A9.com

R. John Hansman
Professor of aeronautics and astronautics; head, Division of Humans and Automation; director, International Center for Air Transportation,
MIT

Bradley Horowitz
Vice president, Product Strategy Group,
Yahoo

Brian Hughes
Chairman,
HBN Shoe

*Trey Ideker
Associate professor of bioengineering,
University of California, San Diego

Robert Langer
Institute Professor,
MIT

Dan Maydan
President emeritus,
Applied Materials

Chad Mirkin
Professor of chemistry, materials science and engineering, and medicine; director, International Institute for Nanotechnology,
Northwestern University

Cherry Murray
Deputy director for science and technology,
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Dipankar Raychaudhuri
Professor of electrical and computer engineering; director, Winlab,
Rutgers University

Mark Reed
Professor of engineering and applied science; professor of electrical engineering and applied physics, Yale University

Donald Sadoway
Professor of materials chemistry,
MIT

Phillip Sharp
Institute Professor,
MIT

*Christina Smolke
Assistant professor of chemical engineering,
Caltech

*Ralph Taylor-Smith
General partner,
Battelle Ventures

*Susie Wee
Director, Mobile and Media Systems Lab,
Hewlett-Packard Labs

Jonathan Zittrain
Cofounder, Berkman Center for Internet and Society,
Harvard Law School

*Past TR100/TR35 honoree

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