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ComputIT has established a new branch office in Houston, Texas, USA.

It is a pleasure to announce that ComputIT has opened a new branch office in Houston, Texas, USA. The office was officially opened on July 1st 2010 to support increased activities in the North America and South America regions, and we believe that ComputIT's presence in Houston will benefit our customers.

The office is run by Dr. Vebjørn "BJ" Nilsen, who has extensive experience within the field of computational physics from working at prestigious research organizations like Sandia National Laboratories and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories in the USA and at an internationally recognized CFD consultant company in Norway. Dr. Nilsen was educated petroleum engineer at Louisianna Tech University, USA, and he got his Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of Washington, USA.

Activities at the branch office will be supported by our main office in Trondheim and our branch office in Stavanger, Norway.

Contact information:
ComputIT USA
3410 W. Dallas St.
Houston, TX 77019, USA
Tel: +1 281 536 1074
E-mail: vebjorn.nilsen@computit.no

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