Integrated Photonic Devices and Materials GroupElisabeth Marley was a member of Prof. Kolodziejski's research group from 1994 to 2000 earning a Ph.D. in 2000 and a Masters of Science in 1996 both in Electrical Engineering. She conducted research in the characterization of the overgrowth of InP-based gratings using Triple Axis X-ray Diffraction, the growth and fabrication of saturable Bragg reflectors, and the growth and fabrication of InP-based optoelectronic devices resulting in her Ph.D. thesis titled "The Development of Components for Ultrafast All-Optical Communication Networks" and her M.S.E.E. thesis titled "The Development of InP-Based Optoelectronic Devices." In 1997, she received the Best Student Paper Award at 16th North American Molecular Beam Epitaxy Conference for the paper titled "Analysis of lattice distortions in high quality InGaAsP epitaxial overgrowth of rectangular-patterned InP gratings." She is currently employed at TriQuint Inc.