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Brian Stinar Joins the GUI Development Team

Brian Stiner, Software Engineer in the Flow Science GUI Development Team
Brian Stinar, the newest Flow Science employee

Brian Stinar is the newest member of the graphical user interface team at Flow Science. As a software engineer and member of the GUI development team, he will be involved in all aspects of the development of FLOW-3D's graphical user interface including software design, implementation of new features, and maintenance issues. He will report to Ron Harper, VP of Programming.

Brian holds a BS in computer science, with a minor in history from New Mexico Tech in Socorro and a MS in computer science from the University of New Mexico. Before working at Flow Science Brian was a project manager and developer for Leader Technologies, a small software company that specializes in product registration software. Learn more on Brian Stinar's blog.

Welcome to the team, Brian!

Joyce Lathrop Promoted to Accounting Manager

Joyce Lathrop, Flow Science's accounting manager
Joyce Lathrop, Flow Science's Accounting Manager

Joyce Lathrop has been appointed Accounting Manager for Flow Science. She comes into the position with solid experience in the private sector, including an extended stint as controller for a land development and home building company and most recently operating her own accounting practice. Joyce holds an MBA from City University in Seattle and a BS in Business-Accounting from the University of Colorado.

Congratulations, Joyce!

Be Featured Here! Flow Science Seeks CFD Support Engineer

Flow Science, Inc. seeks an ambitious and team-oriented person to join its team as a CFD Support Engineer. The focus of this position is on providing first-rate customer service support and training for our commercial general-purpose CFD software package, FLOW-3D. Principle duties include providing customer support and training, and assuring continuous improvements to FLOW-3D by developing relevant test problems and procedures.

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