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TR35 Judges — 2003

David Baltimore
President,
California Institute
of Technology Nobel laureate, physiology or medicine

Gordon Bell
Senior researcher,
Microsoft Mediac
Presence Research Group

Rodney Brooks
Director,
MIT Computer Science and
Artificial Intelligence Laboratory

Joseph Cargnelli*
Cofounder, vice president of technology,
Hydrogenics

Vinton G. Cerf
Senior vice president for architecture and technology,
MCI

James Collins*
Professor of biomedical engineering,
Boston University

R. John Hansman
Professor of aeronautics and astronautics,
MIT

Joseph Jacobson*
Associate professor,
MIT Media Laboratory

Philippe Janson
Senior technical staff member,
IBM Academy of Technology, Zurich

Christine Karman
Founder,
Izecom and Tryllian,
the Netherlands

Kara M. Kockelman*
Assistant professor of civil engineering,
University of Texas
at Austin

Christina Lampe-Onnerud*
Director of power technologies,
Tiax

Robert S. Langer
Professor of chemical and biomedical engineering,
MIT

Richard K. Lester
Director, Industrial Performance Center,
MIT

Robert W. Lucky
Retired vice president of applied research,
Telcordia Technologies

Tod Machover
Professor of music and media,
MIT Media Laboratory

Robert M. Metcalfe
General partner, Polaris Venture Partners Founder,
3Com

Chad Mirkin
Professor of chemistry,
Northwestern University

Cherry Murray
Senior vice president, Physical Sciences Research, Bell Labs,
Lucent Technologies

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

Dari Shalon*
Partner,
Shalon Ventures

Phillip A. Sharp
MIT Institute Professor and director of the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT
Nobel laureate, physiology or medicine

George M.Whitesides
Professor of chemistry,
Harvard University

Ethan Zuckerman*
Cofounder,
Geekcorps

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