Steve Forrest receives IEEE Daniel E. Noble Award   Bookmark and Share

Stephen R. Forrest, the William Gould Dow Collegiate Professor of Electrical Engineering and vice president for research, was named a co-recipient of the 2007 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Daniel E. Noble Award, for pioneering contributions to the development of organic light emitting diodes. The award recognizes outstanding contributions to emerging technologies.

Prof. Forrest joined U-M January 2006 as Vice President for Research, and EECS faculty member. Before he even got to Michigan, plans were underway in the EECS building to accommodate his extensive lab equipment, much of which arrived in October. Read how his office is shaping the University-wide energy initiative, and a recent U-M press release.