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2009 TR35 JUDGES

August 18, 2009

Adam Arkin*
Professor of bioengineering, University of California, Berkeley;
Faculty scientist, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

David Berry*
Partner, Flagship Ventures

Vinton G. Cerf
Vice president and chief Internet evangelist, Google

Tanzeem Choudhury*
Assistant professor of computer science, Dartmouth College

James J. Collins*
University professor, Boston University

Peter L. Corsell*
Chief executive officer, GridPoint

Julia R. Greer*
Assistant professor of materials science, Caltech

R. John Hansman Jr.
Professor of aeronautics and astronautics, MIT

Eric Horvitz
Principal researcher and research area manager, Microsoft Research

Joseph Jacobson*
Associate professor of media arts and sciences, MIT

Jeffrey Karp*
Instructor of medicine, Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology

Johnny Lee*
Researcher, Microsoft Applied Sciences

Steven H. Low
Professor of computer science and electrical engineering, Caltech

Christopher B. Murray*
Richard Perry University Professor of chemistry and materials science and engineering, University of Pennsylvania

Neil Renninger*
Cofounder and chief technical officer, Amyris Biotechnologies

Aimée Rose*
Principal investigator, ICx Technologies

Micah Siegel*
Managing director, Concept2Company

Adam Smith*
Founder and chief technology officer, Xobni

Chris R. Somerville
Philomathia Professor of Alternative Energy, and director, Energy Biosciences Institute, University of California, Berkeley

JB Straubel*
Chief technical officer, Tesla Motors

Heather (Haitao) Zheng*
Associate professor of computer science, University of California, Santa Barbara

Daphne Zohar*
Founder and managing partner, PureTech Ventures

*Past TR100/TR35 honoree

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