GSE Systems Presents on Human Performance Improvement Solutions at Energy Istanbul Conference
SYKESVILLE, Md. – April 9, 2015 – Global energy industry performance improvement company GSE Systems, Inc. (NYSE MKT: GVP) (“GSE”) today announced that Moaz Bulbul, Middle Eastern Business Development Manager, gave two presentations at Energy Istanbul 2015. In the presentations, Mr. Bulbul addressed human performance improvement and innovations in simulation technology in the energy industry. The event was held March 19-21 at the Istanbul CNR Expo Fair Center in Istanbul, Turkey.
Mr. Bulbul gave a presentation titled, “Human Performance Improvement in the Energy Sector,” on Saturday, March 21. He discussed current training challenges in the energy sector and ways to optimize talent management by using a blended entry-to-expert training approach.
Later that day, Mr. Bulbul gave another presentation titled, “Innovation in Nuclear Simulations.” Mr. Bulbul provided information about recent technical developments in simulation-based engineering and training that are being used to increase safety and performance of both people and plants in the nuclear industry.
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GSE Systems, Inc. is a leading provider of professional and technical engineering, staffing services, and simulation software to clients in the power and process industries. GSE’s products and services are tailored to help customers achieve performance excellence in design, training, compliance, and operations. The Company has over four decades of experience, more than 1,100 installations, and hundreds of customers in over 50 countries spanning the globe. GSE Systems is headquartered in Sykesville (Baltimore), Maryland, with offices in Columbia, Maryland, Navarre, Florida, Montrose, Colorado, and Beijing, China. Information about GSE Systems is available at www.gses.com.
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