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Wednesday, October 24 • 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Government Use Games Too

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The panel will be talking about their usage of games based technology to create interactive learning and awareness experiences with the general public. As pioneers within this area for today's government, they will share about how they got their respective projects off the ground, the difference and similarities with getting something approved through government departments, working with SME's, utilising technologies that are not always well known within their areas and how they benefited from the end results and collaboration aspects.

Moderators
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Adrian Webb

MANAGER OF VIRTUAL WORLDS, AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE SIMULATION AND TRAINING CENTRE (ADSTC)
G’day, I’m the Manager of Virtual Worlds at the Australian Defence Simulation and Training Centre (ADSTC). My role is looking at how Defence can better utilise technologies and capabilities from all walks of life to create a more engaged and prepared future workforce. It can be... Read More →

Speakers
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Michael Kuiper

COMPUTATIONAL BIOMOLECULAR MODELLER, DATA61
Michael is a computational biomolecular modeller currently working in the Molecular MaterialsModelling Group at Data61 of CSIRO, specializing in molecular simulations. By visualizing andmodelling the molecules of life through computer simulations, researchers gain deeper insights... Read More →
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Marko Matosevic

3D and VR Developer, Australian Federal Department of Human Services
Marko Matosevic originally started his work career as a Mechanical Engineer, solving industrial design issues. He has been since using Blender for over 6 years as a hobbyist, focusing on animation and hard surface modelling.  Currently he focuses on the Unreal Engine and Blender... Read More →
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Lynette Reeves

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER, THE PROJECT FACTORY
Lynette is an Executive Producer with The Project Factory, the digital development arm of Way to Blue. She has 12+ years in the digital space, with a specialisation in gamification and behaviour change in health and social impact. She has worked with various federal and state government... Read More →
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Melissa Stubbings

Lead, Digital Experience Development Team, Australian War Memorial
Mel Stubbings is an award winning Full-Stack developer with over 10 years’ experience in website and interactive digital content development. She currently leads the Digital Experience Development Team at the Australian War Memorial, delivering online solutions for a diverse audience... Read More →


Wednesday October 24, 2018 4:00pm - 4:50pm AEDT
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