Dr. Mira founded Heatscape in 1999 after gaining extensive experience in the field of thermal management in electronics. He has lead the organization from its first day as a consulting firm till now as a global manufacturing and solutions provider.
After graduating from UC Berkeley with a PhD in Fluid Mechanics and Thermal Sciences, Dr. Mira joined IBM research labs to develop thermal inkjet technologies. From there, he joined NASA Ames Research Center to explore fluid and thermal interactions in microgravity environments. Finally, he spent 10 years at Silicon Graphics as Lead Thermal Architect of their high-end server products. He has a MSME from the University of Southern California, and a PhD from UC Berkeley.
Mr. Mira joined Heatscape in 2009, in charge of developing new business and customs around the world, while exploring new fields in growing need of advanced thermal solutions. Yashar has spent his entire career in the thermal management field, starting in thermal design and test engineering with Sun Microsystems. From there, he joined Amulaire Thermal Technology as a worldwide Sales and Applications Engineer to develop and explore the liquid cooling market for high powered electronics. Yashar then joined Sanyo Denki America as a Sales Engineer responsible for growing sales of fan and blower products across the West Coast territory. He has a BSEE from UCLA, and an MBA with honors from UCLA Anderson School of Business.
Working in the Mechanical Design and Thermal Management field since he was 15 years old, Michael has been put in charge of everyday technical communication between Heatscape and its customers. With many years of experience using 3D CAD, and software for Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Michael provides Heatscape’s customers with end-to-end thermal solutions. This means mechanical and thermal support from the design, analysis and prototyping phase, into hard-tooling and production. In order to be better polished in the everyday world of manufacturing, Michael received his Bachelors in Manufacturing Engineering from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and has used the practical skills learned from his education to help propel his career.