Date: Monday, 21 August 2023
Location: City Rooms, Adelaide Convention Centre
SA/SESA/ITEA Members & Department of Defence – $45pp
Non-Members – $65pp
Capacity: Limit of 48 people per masterclass/workshop
Please note: Pre-registration and pre-payment are required. Only one morning and/or afternoon session can be selected.
Morning Session – 08:30 – 12:00 (select one)
Lethal Autonomy is the new reality
Malcolm Tutty (Royal Australian Air Force), Kate Devitt (University of Queensland), Julian Tattersall (Royal Australian Air Force)
Systems 101 – An Introductory Tutorial on Systems Thinking, Modelling & Simulation and Engineering Systems
Jawahar Bhalla (Shoal Group, University of Adelaide), Andrew Madry (Madry Technologies)
A tutorial in the design of experiments for testing a system of systems
Tim Grabert (Nova Systems, ITEA), Suzanne Hutchison, Ben Luther, Jacob Blitman (Nova Systems)
Afternoon Session – 13:00 – 16:40 (select one)
Applying Systems Engineering Concepts in a Learning Framework for Better Modelling Design
Richard Hodge (Hodge Nominees Australia P/L)
Addressing a human Weak Point in implementing simulation strategies
Elyssebeth Leigh (University of Technology, Sydney)
Exploring the design, development and deployment considerations for the use of VR in clinical education
Nathan Moore (Western Sydney Local Health District, University of Sydney), Martin Brown (University of Sydney)
Essentials of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE)
Daniel Spencer (Spencer Tech Pty Ltd)
Site Tour of Adelaide Health Simulation
The Australasian Simulation Congress with the University of Adelaide are excited to be able to offer a complimentary site tour of the Adelaide Health Simulation (AHS) facilities.
AHS is the most technologically advanced simulation facility in Australasia, and the only Australian simulation facility accredited with the Society for Simulation in Healthcare for excellence in learning and teaching.
Leaving from the AHS stand at the Congress, you will enjoy a short stroll over to AHS and a tour that includes the student assessment simulation area, anaesthesia training areas, an array of mannikins and part task trainers, advanced video and data integration technology, simulation hospital suites, their famous ‘daisy’ teaching room, and a virtual reality area just to name a few!
Site Tour Schedule
Monday, 21 August – 4.45PM – 5.45PM ACST (meet at Adelaide Health Simulation Hub located in Exhibition Hall M&N at 4.30PM sharp for departure)
Wednesday, 23 August – 1.15PM – 2.15PM ACST (meet at Adelaide Health Simulation Hub located in Exhibition Hall M&N at 1PM sharp for departure)
Thursday, 24 August – 4PM – 5PM ACST (meet at Adelaide Health Simulation Hub in Exhibition Hall M&N at 3.45PM sharp for departure)
Please note: There is a limit of 20 people per tour. Pre-registration is required. The tours are provided free of charge to Congress delegates.