Nikola Alic received the MS and PhD degrees in Photonics from the University of California San Diego, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in 2001 and 2006, respectively. He is currently serving as a research scientist at the California Institute of Telecommunications and Information Technologies (CALIT2). Dr Alic's research interests include equalization and coding theory in optical communications; high-speed transmission, detection theory, fiber optic parametric amplifiers and all-optical signal processing. Dr Alic has been a co-author of more than 80 peer reviewed journal publications and has served on Technical Program Committees of OFC, FiO, IPC, as well as IEEE Topical Meetings.
For JLT, he is
- Advising the Editor in Chief on strategic directions for the journal
- Advising the Editor in Chief on immediate paper rejections
- Assisting Associate Editors in the systems, subsystems and networks categories
- Handling papers on transmission system design, experiments and modeling, digital and optical signal processing, wireless optical communications