Body of Knowledge Award
Simulation Australasia presents a SimTecT Body of Knowledge Award each year for the paper that best contributes to the development of standards, capture of best practice or contribution to the Australasian Simulation community's body of knowledge. The Body of Knowledge paper is then presented at the following SISO SIW.
2016 Body of Knowledge Award
Presented to Richard Gale for his paper "Sink or SWMM: Simulating the Hydrological Effects of Retention Tanks in a Small Urban Catchment".
2015 Body of Knowledge Award
Presented to FLTLT Christopher Francis, Dr Chistopher Best and John Yildiz for their paper "Improving Air Force Operator Performance Through Synthetic Mission Rehearsal".
2014 Body of Knowledge Award
Presented to Susannah Whitney for her paper "Digital literacy in the Australian and New Zealand Defence Forces: Current levels and implications".
2013 Body of Knowledge Award
Presented to Peter Ryan for his paper "Exploration of the Role of UAS in Distibuted Simulation".
2012 Body of Knowledge Award
Presented to Anjum Naweed for his paper ""That Train Has Already Left the Station!" Improving the Fidelity of a Freight Locomotive Simulator at Post-Deployment".