Name Graduation Year Thesis Subject Affiliation
Xiaoran Tong 2014 Reliability of Organic Solar Cells McKinsey
Yifan Zhang 2014 Excited State Interactions and Management in Organic Light Emitting Diodes Apple
Christopher K. Renshaw 2013 Organic/Inorganic hybrid heterojunctions Northrup
Brian Lassiter 2013 Tandem Organic Photovoltaics Applied Materials
Greg McGraw 2012 Organic Vapor Jet Printing Universal Display Corporation
Guodan Wei 2012 Squaraine Organic Photovoltaic Cells Applied Materials
Xiangfei Qi 2011 High Intensity Organic Light Emitting Diodes Capital One
Xuhuai Zhang 2011 Negative Index Metamaterials McKinsey
Kuen-Ting Shiu 2010 InP materials for Photonic Integrated Circuits and Solar Cells IBM Research Labs
Richard Lunt 2010 Crystalline Organic Solar Cells Michigan State University
Stephane Kena-Cohen 2010 Exciton polaritons and polariton lasers Ecole Polytechnic of Montreal
Xin Xu 2010 Hemispherical focal plane arrays and imagers Universal Display Corporation
Noel C. Giebink 2009 Excited States in Organic Semiconductors Penn State University
Yiru Sun 2008 High Efficiency White Light OLEDs New York Life Insurance Company
Fan Yang 2008 Organic Solar Cells Grown by OVPD Apple
Shashank Agashe 2007 Integrated MUX & DEMUX Infinera
Barry Rand 2006 Fundamentals and Applications of Organic Solar Cells Princeton University
Russell Holmes 2006 Luminescent Properties of Organic Thin Films University of Minnesota
Shubhashish Datta 2005 RF Analog Optical Heterodyne Links Discovery Semiconductors
Changsoon Kim 2005 Patterning of Organic Electronic Devices Seoul National University
Fengnian Xia 2005 Photonic integrated detectors and receivers Yale University
Jiangeng Xue 2004 Organic Photodetectors and Photovoltaics University of Florida
Max Shtein 2004 Organic Vapor Phase Deposition University of Michigan
Brian D'Andrade 2004 White OLEDs Exponent, Inc.
Peter Peumans 2004 Organic Photodetectors IMEC
Hongsheng Wang 2003 Vertical Cavity and Twin Waveguide Lasers TE Connectivity
Jian Wei 2002 Materials and Detectors for Long Wavelength Communications and Sensing Thorlabs Quantum Electronics
Marc Baldo 2001 Optical and Electronic Properties of Amorphous Organic Semiconductors MIT
Pavel Studenkov 2001 Asymmetric Twin Waveguide Photonic Integrated Circuits Infinera
John Thomson 2001 Integrated Photodetectors and Receivers for Optical Communications Aurrion
Chris Dries 1999 Gas Source MBE of Lasers and Detectors Using Strained Semiconductor Layers United Silicon Carbide, Inc
Gong Gu 1999 Multicolor Organic LEDs University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Vladimir Bulovic 1998 Organic Light Emitters MIT
Zilan Shen 1998 Organic Light Emitting Devices and the Theory of Excited States in Organic Nanostructures Guy Carpenter
Robert Taylor 1998 High Performance Optical Links, Phased Array Receivers Medical School
Song Yu 1997 Integrated Optical Receivers Intel
Dong Su Kim 1996 Ultralow Switching Energy Smart Pixels Samsung Ventures
Ligeng Xu 1996 Integrated Lasers and Phased Array Radar Intel

Kian Beyzavi 1995 Smart Pixels Kbeyzavi Associates
Yajiong Zhang 1995 Theory of Organic Thin Film Growth
Madabusi Govindarajan 1994 High Band Optical Receivers LuxN, Sunnyvale, CA
Eliav Haskal 1994 Excited States in Organic Nanostructures Philips Labs, Eindhoven
Guang-Jye Shiau 1993 MBE Growth of InP-based Lasers Applied Materials
Yun Kee Chung 1992 Integrated Optical Receivers
Jim Gardener 1992 Smart Pixels
Yue Liu 1992 Long Wavelength Photodetectors for Optical Communications Honeywell Research Labs
Franky F. So 1992 Properties of Organic Thin Films University of Florida
Julie Brown 1991 Optically Powered Smart Pixels Universal Display Corp.
Dennis Chun-Wen Lo 1991 Integrated Optical Receivers TRW
Chia Di Lee 1990 Deep Levels in InGaAs and Related Materials, Liquid Phase Epitaxy China Resources Microelectronics, Hong Kong
Len-Yi Leu 1990 Deep Levels in InGaAs and Related Materials National Semiconductor

The graduates include those who graduated from the OCM groups at University of Southern California and Princeton University, which were also directed by Prof. Forrest before he moved to the University of Michigan. Alumni affiliations may not be current.