Seeking Innovators under 35 from India who exemplify innovation and technology
After an overwhelming response over the last two years, Mint and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Technology Review are once again on the lookout for the Top 10 Innovators under 35 from India. The annual list of ‘Innovators Under 35' recognizes and honours the best minds working on ideas with a societal impact.
Exemplifying a spirit of innovation and technology, the 10 candidates will be chosen from areas like biomedicine, computing, communications, health, education, digital, energy, materials, cybersecurity, fintech, wearables, robotics, education and transportation.
The Top 10 winners of this competition automatically qualify for the TR35 Global competition as well. The jury for this competition included acclaimed names from academic institutions, big technology companies and industry bodies including the editors of Mint and MIT Technology Review.
The winners get a chance to present their ideas at EmTech India 2018, brought to you by Mint and MIT Technology Review, which will be held in New Delhi in March, 2018. So don’t miss out on this opportunity. You may nominate any person you believe deserves this award, or you could even nominate yourself.
TR35 India is the list of the top innovators under the age of 35 from India. Nominees must be under the age of 35 as of 1st October 2018. Nominees must be citizens of India. Organized by MIT Technology Review since 1999, the prestigious TR Innovators Under 35 global competition has honoured some of the world’s most brilliant tech minds like Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Tesla Motors Inc.’s J.B. Straubel, and Larry Page and Sergey Brin of Google. Originally established as TR100, the annual TR35 global list recognizes the world’s 35 most outstanding innovators who are under the age of 35 years.Previous winners of Innovators Under 35…
Nominations open: 7th November 2017
Nominations close: 31stDecember 2017
Nominees must be 35 or under as of: 1st October 2018
Professor of Computer Science & Engineering, IIT Bombay
General Manager, Intel India
Managing Director and CEO, Siemens Ltd
CEO, Philips Innovation Centre
Chief Technology Officer Samsung R&D Institute, India
President - SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud, SAP SE & Managing Director, SAP Labs India
CIO & Head – Corporate Social Responsibility, Hero MotoCorp Ltd
Chief Analyst, Founder & CEO, Greyhound Research
Regional Product Strategy Leader, General Electric
Co-founder & CEO, PathShodh Healthcare
Editor-in-chief, Hindustan Times
Editor, MIT Technology Review