What is simulation

Simulation and Modelling are essential tools in the modern world. They are used to test ideas and systems and in turn, train industry specialists without real world consequences. Simulation and modelling allows experts to create an unlimited number of complex scenarios to analyse the results and encourage better outcomes for students, educators, industry and government.

The role of Simulation Australasia

Simulation Australasia bring together industry professionals, government, and those interested in Simulation to allow for discussion and distribution of information through events and collaboration. We promote the advancement of research, development and use of simulation technologies and practices in society, industry, academia and government.
For our members
we are the hub of collaboration, networking and professional development.
For the sector
we advocate for standards and recognition of core competencies to enhance credibility and build trust.
For the community
we promote continuous research and development of modelling and simulation capabilities to foster innovative, and safer communities.


Kanani Draper

MBA (Innovation & Leadership)
Relationships expert, Sponsorship and fundraising. Mentor and expert in sales and sponsorship. Innovator and Dealership Manager of the Year. Provides a wealth of corporate experience.

Jessica Stokes-Parish

B Nurs, M Nurs (Adv. Practice), Grad Cert (ICU), PhD (c).
Clinician, Academic and Researcher. Extensive Project Management expertise. Previous Australasian Simulation Congress Convener, ASSH Executive Member. Expert in simulation instructional design with focus participant engagement and visual authenticity. Excellent communicator