Executive Team

Dr. Lee Buchanan


Dr. Buchanan became the HYPRES executive chairman, President, and CEO in 2019. His distinguished career includes service as United States Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and Acquisitions) from 1998 to 2001. In that esteemed position, he was responsible for all procurement of defense systems for both the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. Before assuming his role at HYPRES, Dr. Buchanan was a strategic advisor and venture partner at Paladin Capital Group, where his areas of responsibility included biotechnology and cyberdefense. He has also worked in various advisor roles with Technical Communities, PA Consulting Group (US), TMD Microwave and drone delivery start-up Flytrex in Tel Aviv, Israel. Dr. Buchanan has held board positions with Lucent Government Systems, CloudShield Cyber Security Technologies, OmniCompete and other companies. An expert in transitioning technologies into public- and private-sector products, Dr. Buchanan managed multibillion-dollar programs while serving as deputy director of the Defense Advanced Research Agency from 1985 through 1998. He became a senior physicist at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in 1979, and joined Titan Corp. as division manager three years later. Dr. Buchanan received his undergraduate and graduate degrees in electrical engineering from Vanderbilt University. His physics doctorate is from the University of California.

Mr. Timothy Anglim

CFO/Corporate Secretary

Mr. Anglim, a 30-year financial executive veteran, became the Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Secretary of HYPRES in September 2014. During his career, he has played a key role in the rapid expansion of numerous companies and successfully guided several turnarounds and reorganizations. A successful entrepreneur, Mr. Anglim is the founder of YesCFO, which offers high-level financial services to small and mid-sized companies. He recently served as CFO for the defense, space and aerospace supplier Marotta Controls, Inc., where he implemented a number of financial solutions that led to significant improvements to the company’s bottom line and cash flow. As CFO of Vira Manufacturing, Inc., Mr. Anglim helped shore up the company’s finances during a time period when many similar businesses were facing serious economic challenges. A certified public accountant (CPA), Mr. Anglim’s educational background includes a master of business administration in finance from Hofstra University School of Business and a bachelor of science in accounting from New York Institute of Technology. He is also a certified management accountant (CMA), a certified fraud examiner (CFE) and a chartered global management accountant (CGMA). A prolific writer, Mr. Anglim has been a contributor for such publications as US News and World Report, Accounting Today and Financial Fraud. The New Jersey Society of CPAs published his co-authored work “A/R: It’s an Asset – Most of the Time.” He is active in several professional organizations, including the Association for Corporate Growth and Financial Executives International.

Dr. Deepnarayan Gupta

President, Digital-RF Circuits & Systems

In his current position, Dr. Gupta is responsible for the Digital-RF Circuits and Systems Business Division that includes the entire digital-RF technology program. Dr. Gupta was instrumental in changing HYPRES’ business direction in 2000-2001 to focus on RF applications and small-scale digital-RF systems and creating a multi-faceted program consisting of synergistic research and development (R&D) projects funded by a variety of government agencies and other sources. This branch of business has attracted more than $85M in revenue and encompasses analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters (ADCs and DACs), digital signal processors (DSP), multi-chip modules (MCMs), cryogenic analog RF modules (CARM), and complete cryocooled digital systems. Dr. Gupta has led the development of three generations of digital-RF receiver systems, the latest of which are modular, multi-function systems operating in customer facilities. Dr. Gupta served in various capacities, including VP R&D (2003-2012), since joining HYPRES in 1997. Prior to joining HYPRES, Dr. Gupta was a post-doctoral research affiliate at Stanford University (1995-1997), working on hybrid superconductor-semiconductor electronics, a theme that he has continued to develop into the hybrid-temperature heterogeneous-technology (HTHT) systems concept that combines the strengths of various warm and cold electronic and photonic technologies to solve difficult technical problems. His doctoral research (1990-1995) at University of Rochester involved the invention of an inductive opening switch built with high-temperature superconductor (HTS) thin films and triggered by short laser pulses. He earned B. Tech. in Electronics and Electrical Communications Engineering (1990) from the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur, India. Dr. Gupta, a Fellow of the IEEE, is a coauthor of more than 60 articles and holds 45 U.S. patents. He serves on the boards of the Applied Superconductivity Conference (ASC) and the United States Committee for Superconductor Electronics. Dr. Gupta has been serving as the IEEE Electron Device Society (EDS) representative on the IEEE Council on Superconductivity since 2009.

Dr. Masoud Radparvar

Vice President, Instrumentation

Dr. Radparvar joined HYPRES in 1984. He has worked on all aspects (design, simulation, layout, fabrication, and evaluation) of superconducting-based circuits. His expertise, in addition to superconductivity, includes circuit design, thin film growth by various techniques, patterning by photolithography and reactive ion etching, low temperature (cryogenic) techniques and low noise measurements. He developed and demonstrated the first analog to digital converter in the NbN technology operating at 9.5 K and engaged in the design and development of a niobium process for superconducting circuits integrated in the fastest Time Domain Reflectometer/Sampling oscilloscope. Prior to joining HYPRES, Dr. Radparvar was at the University of Wisconsin, where he earned his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering (Solid State Electronics).