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Call for Papers - TRIZCON 2008

| On 02, Oct 2007

Katie Barry

The Altshuller Institute for TRIZ Studies has announced a call for papers for the 10th anniversary of TRIZCON, its annual conference on the topic of TRIZ (The Theory of Inventive Problem Solving). The theme is TRIZ – Your Inspiration for Innovation.


Date: 13-15 April 2007
Location: Kent State University in Kent, Ohio


Keep reading to learn about paper submissions:


The emphasis on papers for this event should be REAL case studies with measured results and how TRIZ was used to develop the solution. We are strongly interested in providing content for corporate and educational users. Attendees are looking for concrete case studies – where TRIZ has been applied to provide REAL solution concepts. Papers on TRIZ in education and other traditional topics are suitable for the conference.


New opportunities for the application of innovative problem solving are constantly being posed by contradictions in all aspects of technology. Equally important is a growing awareness that we need to tap the unrecognized resource within systems as we improve design. As more practitioners, companies, and industries incorporate TRIZ into their design methodologies, the methodology itself will become more expansive and more refined. The Annual Conference on TRIZ Studies is an excellent forum to facilitate this growth and refinement. Presentations of either insight or case studies from technical and non-technical fields are welcome. Completed projects and applications, as well as those in progress, are candidates for presentation. Presentations that interest attendees include:



  • New applications of TRIZ
  • Advanced applications of TRIZ
  • New developments in the TRIZ tool bag
  • Approaches and techniques that can be used by teachers in the
    classroom
  • TRIZ applications that can be taught to children and the elderly

Submission requirements: Interested parties are invited to submit an abstract (150 to 200 words) of their proposed paper with title, along with a brief, current biography of the author/s. Send submissions, including author’s name(s), presenter’s name, company, address, phone, fax and email address to:


The Altshuller Institute for TRIZ Studies, Inc.
100 Barber Avenue
Worcester, MA 01606 USA
Phone: 508-799-6700
Fax: 508-799-9944
Email: ai@triz.org


Completing requirements of the conference on time is critical for all
presenters, conference planners and attendees, so the following deadlines are
mandatory for your participation:



  • Abstract submission deadline: November 15, 2007
  • Acceptance notification with paper guidelines: If your Abstract is posted to the AI website, you are accepted
  • All registration forms, copyright releases and fees ($250): January 15, 2008
  • Final papers and electronic files due: March 1, 2008 – Late submissions may not make the agenda.