Thomas Reardon is a neuroscientist, software developer, and CEO of CTRL-labs. He launched CTRL-labs with two fellow scientists from Columbia University. CTRL-labs builds radically pragmatic non-invasive neural interface technology with single-neuron resolution.
Prior to his PhD research, Reardon had a storied career in software development. He spent a decade at Microsoft in the Windows group, and is best known for launching the Internet Explorer project. As a founding member of the W3C, Reardon contributed widely to the early architecture, protocols, and standards of the web. After a decade at Microsoft, he co-founded and served as CEO at Avogadro, Inc. Following the $100M purchase of Avogadro, he served as CTO at acquirer Openwave.