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John Olaf Romma has been appointed as the new CEO of WindSim AS, a provider of wind flow modeling, effective Jan. 1, 2013.

Romma joined WindSim in 2010 as chief operational officer and has over 10 years of executive leadership experience in the technology industry. He previously served as an executive vice president with SPT Group, which was acquired by Schlumberger this year.

Beginning Jan. 1, WindSim's CEO and founder, Dr. Arne Gravdahl, will assume the position of chief technical officer (CTO).




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