Best Paper Award
Simulation Australasia presents a Best Paper award each year at SimTecT for the paper that best addresses the themes of each conference, contributes to the value of the conference proceedings, providing new ideas and /or innovative approaches to the diverse field of simulation. Each year the winner of the Best Paper Award is a guest of I/ITSEC in Orlando and presents their SimTecT paper in a special panel session. The Paper Review Committee can also select one or more Best Student Paper awards. This entitles the winners to present a further paper at the next SimTecT conference.
2014 Best Paper Award
Presented to Ronan McInerney for his paper “A Comparison of Visual Display Systems for a Low-Cost Mission Training Flight Simulator".
2014 Best Student Paper Award
Presented to Yang Pei for his paper "Analysis of Monte-Carlo Simulation on Helicopter Accidents Caused by Engine Failure".
2013 Best Paper Awards
Joint awards presented to Melanie Worral for her paper “Re/imagining or augmenting reality - Review of the literature with possibilities for practice" and Peter Ernest for his paper “Developing Leaders, Transforming Cultures - Engaging Experiential Learning both Live and Online".
2012 Best Paper Award
Presented to Kevin Heveldt for his paper “Integrating a New Technology Into a Traditional Military Organisation: How a 15th Century Philosopher Helped Change an Engineering Culture”.