B.S.E.E. (1986), Belgrade University, Yugoslavia (now Serbia); M.S.E.E (1990), Ph.D. (1994), California Institute of Technology.
Svetlana Tatic-Lucic received her Ph.D. in 1994 from Caltech, in the group of Prof. Yu-Chong Tai. She then joined Ford Microelectronics Inc., in Colorado Springs, where she worked on automotive sensors. Following this, she was a Consulting Engineer for Coventor, Inc. where she was working on micro-mirrors for fiber-optic communications and RF switches.
She joined the Lehigh University faculty in the Fall of 2002, where she has been appointed P.C. Rosin Assistant Professor. Prof. Tatic-Lucic received a National Science Foundation CAREER award in 2005. She is also the recipient of the Alfred Noble Robinson Award for outstanding performance in service to the University and unusual promise of professional achievement, and she has received an award for Faculty Peer Mentoring in 2019, both from Lehigh University. Her research interests include BioMEMS, microfabrication technology, and design, as well as packaging and reliability of microsensors.