Goran Gacnik, President and CEO

CALSEC Global initiative.  UN executive Goran Gacnik of Slovenia, fmr. Director, UN Center for global landmine clearance, appointed Director of CALSEC Global initiative for financing and building a manufacturing plant in the Middle East.

Cliff Poh, International Vice President

Cliff Poh comes to CALSEC as an accomplished Entrepreneur, Lobbyist and Philanthropist. Cliff has a staggering amount of successful business experience and a wealth of knowledge in finance, property development, oil and gas, insurance and emerging financial technology including blockchain. Cliff has been an engaged by several countries looking to raise the economy with overseas investors. Cliff has personally worked with heads of governments and members of Royal families. Cliff partnered with Deloitte, Singapore to convince AXA to be the underwriters for Papua New Guinea. Cliff is a member of the Malaysian Global business Council and is highly recognized as a business leader in South East Asia and Papua New Guinea. Amongst many of Cliff’s proud achievements, the closest to his heart are those of helping others in need, Cliff has been recognized and honored by esteemed members of Royalty for his generous philanthropic ventures. Cliff sits on a number of prestigious boards as a trusted adviser and mentor to many successful business leaders around the world.




Timothy Hester, Senior Physicist

Dr. Timothy Hester comes from a background of high energy nuclear and particle physics. His background in particle detection and analysis is quintessential  for CALSEC detection systems.

Bogdan Maglich, Founder

Dr. Bogdan Maglich was Chairman & Founder of CALSEC.  As an experimental nuclear physicist, he was honored for his discoveries and inventions by Presidents John F. Kennedy and Gerald Ford, President Bonvin of Switzerland and President Tito of Yugoslavia.

His discoveries and inventions include: discovery of omega meson, discovery of delta meson; neutron photometry; film-less spark chamber; missing-mass spectrometer, antiproton spectrometer; auto-collider (of accelerated particle beams), colliding beam fusion ('migma' fusion reactor) and atometry for noninvasive stoichiometric explosive detection which he is currently in the process of converting into cancer diagnosis and opened up the field of femto-medicine technology.

Dr. Maglich passed away in November 2017.