Tanvir Y. Goraya

Director, Artificial Intelligence and Big Data at Case Western Reserve University

Location:
10900 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, Ohio, United States
Company:
Case Western Reserve University
HQ Phone:
(216) 368-2000
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Last Updated 7/5/2016

General Information

Employment History

Senior Associate, Information Design Studio, and the School of Management  - Weatherhead School of Management

President and Chief Executive Officer  - Theory Garden

Visiting Scientist  - U.S. Air Force

Education

M.S.  - computer engineering and science , Case Western Reserve University

Ph.D.  - 

Ph.D. candidate  - Case Western Reserve University

Web References  

Theory Gardenâ„¢: Contact Us

Tanvir Y. Goraya, Ph.D.
President and CEO Theory Garden™ LLC 65 West Washington St. Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44022 USA Tanvir Y. Goraya, Ph.D. Weatherhead School of Management

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Metal-Casting Process Design: Postmortem and Predictive Troubleshooting

Tanvir Y. Goraya, Michal S. Soclof, David G. Yan, and Zhuo Meng Tanvir Y. Goraya earned his M.S. in computer engineering and science from Case Western Reserve University in 1990.He is currently an instructor and Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Management Information and Decision Systems at Case Western Reserve University.He also works as a visiting scientist for the U.S. Air Force.

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Theory Gardenâ„¢: About Us

Theory Garden™ Seed™ is the brainchild of Professor Richard J. Boland, Jr. and Dr. Tanvir Y. Goraya.
After Spider's demise, Dr. Goraya wrote MindDraw to expand and improve on the ideas behind the Spider drawing tool. MindDraw is still available for free download. MindDraw™ In December, 2005, Professor Boland and Dr. Goraya, along with Robert B. Tomaro, Esq., built on this momentum and formed Theory Garden™ LLC to create thinking tools with advanced animation, simulation and intelligence capabilities. Seed™ combines ideas from the Spider project with Dr. Goraya's patent pending algorithms for solving intractable problems associated with multiple causal loop models. Related Research by Dr. Tanvir Y. Goraya Dr. Goraya has been developing the patent pending engine used in for several decades, and has had great success in high visibility projects for the Defense Department and NASA, and has also grown and sold a successful company. His work over those years created the foundation for the TG-Engine, and elements of the engine are reflected in a number of his inventions. Air Force RDS -RFTS system: Dr. Goraya was the Principal Investigator of a university, industry, defense project known as RDS (Rapid Design System) and later as RFTS Rapid Foundry Tooling System. The objective of the project was to capture the know-how of artisans who make extremely complex metal castings by visual inspection of a part when the schematics are not available. The goal was to capture this expertise, which a master craftsman (pattern maker) acquires over two to three decades by on the job training using his best guesses. The project was declared a U.S. Air Force Success Story. NASA: Dr. Goraya co-founded and managed the company AI WARE, which received three grants (including two SBIRs) for its work with NASA. Dr. Goraya also designed a polynomial-time algorithm for NASA, which used adaptive multi-level clustering and sub-clustering to autonomously read critical power parameters and load profiles in order to predict with a high degree of accuracy the likelihood of failure of a Space Station Power Plant. AI WARE: Dr. Goraya led the design of CAD/Chem, which was the flagship product of AI WARE. CAD/Chem was a custom chemical formulation and optimization software system, which was based on Dr. Goraya's earlier work with Lubrizol.

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