Management

Dr. Mark Shahriary
CEO and President

Paul L Regulinski
Business Development, Sales and Systems

Dick Fanucchi
Product Design and Manufacturing

William Daisy
Programs and System Engineering and Program Management

 

Mark Shahriary 
CEO and President

Dr Shahriary has led the development of Lucix into the satellite Payload hardware business; building the company into the preeminent supplier of Space RF Electronics. He spent 14 years at Hughes Space and Communications and rose through the ranks to become Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. His first position at Hughes was Manager of New Technology responsible for all gallium arsenide circuits and advanced microwave receivers. His progress at Hughes led to his creation of a new Communications Division responsible for design, manufacturing and integration of payloads for all commercial satellites. While at Hughes, he also led a 200 person, three-company consortium (Boeing, Teledesic, and Hughes) for the Teledesic venture and later accepted the Presidency at Teledesic. Mark obtained a PhD in Applied Physics from UCLA and holds several patents. Mark has over 35 years of space hardware engineering, manufacturing and corporate management experience.


Paul Regulinski
Business Development, Sales and Systems

Paul Regulinski is responsible for Business Development, Sales, Marketing and Systems at Lucix Corporation. Paul has over 30 years experience in space systems and satellite payload design and manufacturing. Prior to joining Lucix, Regulinski served as Senior Vice President and Chief Technical Officer of ICO Global Communications, in London, England. Regulinski led the engineering and procurement teams, and had responsibility for the design and implementation of the twelve satellite global Space and Ground System Infrastructure. Prior to ICO, Regulinski served as Vice-President for Engineering at Teledesic LLC, a system of Ka-Band LEO satellites for global data services. Prior to Teledesic, Regulinski spent 17 years in a variety of engineering, development, manufacturing and management positions at Hughes Space and Communications in El Segundo, California. At Hughes, Regulinski managed the department responsible for commercial communication payload design, layout, integration and test. He also was involved in the development of several satellite product lines at Hughes, including the platforms for the Hughes HS601, 601HP, and 702. Regulinski holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Arizona State University and a master’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Southern California.

 

Dick Fanucchi
Product Design and Manufacturing

Dick Fanucchi is responsible for Product Design and Manufacturing at Lucix. Prior to Lucix, Dick spent 34 years with Hughes Space and Communications Company where he was responsible for the design and manufacture of RF & digital payloads for numerous government and commercial satellite programs. During his time at Hughes, he has held both technical and managerial positions including Principal Scientist, Chief Scientist, Department Manager, Operation Manager, and Division Manager. Dick holds five patents and has received the Hughes Sector Patent Award. Other awards include several Hughes Aircraft Company Technical Excellence Awards, and a Pioneer Award for the development of the first microwave link for cable TV (AML). Dick believes that Product Design and Manufacturing are integral disciplines, and holds to the philosophies of quality by design, and design for manufacturability.

 

William Daisy
Programs

Bill Daisy is responsible for Program Management and Systems Engineering at Lucix. Bill has over 20 years of experience in satellite payload design, satellite payload equipment design and program management experience. Prior to joining Lucix in September2004, Bill held a variety of technical and management positions for Boeing Satellite Systems / Hughes Space and Communications. Bill holds a BSEE from Purdue University and a MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management.