GSE Systems’ Experts to Speak at Nuclear Energy Conference
SYKESVILLE, Md. – January 11, 2013 – Three experts from GSE Systems, Inc. (NYSE MKT: GVP) will present papers at the American Nuclear Society’s Conference on Nuclear Training and Education (CONTE 2013). The event takes place February 3 to 6 in Jacksonville, Fla.
GSE’s topics and speakers are:
- Advanced Learning Methods for the Nuclear Power Industry – Phil Polefrone, Senior Vice President
- From Fundamentals to New Nuclear Plants – Interactive-3D is the Most Effective Path to Mastery – Mike Lerg, Team Leader / Activ3Di Team Business Development Manager
- Fukushima’s Impact Beyond SAMGs and New Equipment Training – R. Steven White, Director, Customer Relations & Solutions
GSE will also be also be exhibiting its Activ3Di visualization tools at the show in booths 28-29.
The theme for CONTE 2013 is “An International Forum for the Discussion of Issues Facing Nuclear Energy Training and Education.” The American Nuclear Society is a notfor-profit, international, scientific and educational organization established in 1954 to promote the awareness and understanding of the application of nuclear science and technology.
About GSE Systems, Inc.
GSE Systems, Inc. provides professional and technical engineering, staffing services and simulation software to clients in the power and process industries. Our solutions enhance customer safety and performance across training, design & licensing, engineering, and operations and maintenance. The Company has over four decades of experience, more than 1,100 installations, and customers in over 50 countries spanning the globe. GSE Systems is headquartered in Sykesville (Baltimore), Maryland, with offices in Columbia, Maryland, Montrose, Colorado, Navarre, Florida and Beijing, China. Information about GSE Systems is available at www.gses.com.
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