Over a four-year period from 2001 to 2005, the Microphotonics Center Industry Consortium at MIT evaluated the vast array of new technologies that have disrupted the telecommunications industry. As part of its mission, the consortium researched a variety of communications-related technical and business topics, presented recommendations for the rational restructuring of the industry, and developed a 30-year communications technology roadmap (CTR). The CTR
program was guided by industry-led Technology Working Groups (TWGs), with the support of MIT faculty and students. We present the findings of the Organics in Optoelectronics TWG in terms of advances in organic-material based optoelectronic integrated circuits (OEICs), and we propose a roadmap for optoelectronic integration enabled by hybrid organic-inorganic OEICs.