Ray Page Lifetime Simulation Achievement Award
Ray Page Lifetime Simulation Achievement Award is for an outstanding contribution to the development of modelling and simulation science, technology, policy, standards and / or industry in Australia, made over a sustained period of activity.
This is a prestigious award, and not presented every year. The award is named after the inaugural winner, Mr Ray Page, who spent his career working with simulators and international standards at Qantas, and then as the founding Chairman of the then Simulation Industry Association of Australia.
2012 Ray Page Award Recipient - Professor Tony Jakeman
Tony has made significant, sustained contributions to simulation in environmental science, management and technology. He has displayed outstanding vision and leadership in hydrology and the interdisciplinary field of integrated assessment and decision support where he is recognised as a world leader in the quantitative treatment of complex water resource issues. As Editor-in‐Chief of Environmental Modelling and Software and with significant roles for three simulation-related societies he has contributed resolutely to the professional base of simulation.
Professor Tony Jakeman with Alisha Fisher (Chief Executive Officer for Simulation Australia)
and Adrian Smith (Chairman for Simulation Australia)
Previous Ray Page Award Recipients
- 2005 - Ray Page
- 2006 - Lucien Zalcman
- 2011 - Alan Johnson