Professor of materials science and engineering and of biological engineering,
J. J. Cadiz*
Program manager, Incubation Group,
Assistant professor of computer and communication sciences,
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Professor of ceramics,
Associate professor of biological chemistry and molecular pharmacology,
Harvard Medical School
Assistant professor of biological engineering,
Associate professor of electrical engineering,
IBM Fellow; director, Collaborative User Experience Group,
IBM Watson Research Center
J. Karl Hedrick
Professor of mechanical engineering; director, Vehicle Dynamics Lab,
University of California, Berkeley
Chairman and product engineer,
Håkon Wium Lie*
Chief technology officer,
Associate professor of electrical engineering and computer science,
Professor of chemistry, of medicine, and of material sciences and engineering; director, International Institute for Nanotechnology,
Professor of electrical and computer engineering; director, Winlab,
Professor of engineering and applied science; associate director, Yale Institute for Nanoscience and Quantum Engineering,
Founder and chief architect,
Professor of computer science,
Texas A&M University
Chief technology officer,
Professor of materials science and engineering,
James M. Tour
Professor of chemistry, of computer science, and of mechanical engineering and materials science,
Chief technology officer; president, Xerox Innovation Group,
Professor of law; director, Program on Energy and Sustainable Development,
Professor of bioengineering,
Assistant professor of computer science,
University of California, Santa Barbara
*Past TR100/TR35 honoree
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