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for TRIZ Studies

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  Jun. 5, 2017

Dear TRIZ Colleagues,

    Toru Nakagawa

         Professor Emeritus, Osaka Gakuin University

"TRIZ Home Page in Japan" has been updated last night (dated Jun. 4) in English and in Japanese pages.

            http://www.osaka-gu.ac.jp/php/nakagawa/TRIZ/eTRIZ/

[1] Introductions of Individual Papers of ETRIA TFC 2016:

  1. Promotion of TRIZ in Industries (5 Papers)
  2. Usage of TRIZ in Education and in Academia (5 Papers)

     Toru Nakagawa)

          

[2] Letters from Readers(Feb. - Apr. 2017) : Added in the English page: from 2 readers + Toru

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[1] Conference Report (31) - Papers D and E: Personal Report of ETRIA TFC 2016:

 

Introductions of Individual Papers:

Introductions of the papers presented at TFC2016 are written by Toru Nakagawa in English.

Here are 5 papers in Category D, and 5 more in Category E.

  •  marks are highly recommended.
  1. Promotion of TRIZ in Industries (5 Papers)

D1. ● A long-term strategy to spread TRIZ in SMEs. Analysis of Bergamo's experience:
Davide Russo, Daniele Regazzoni, Caterina Rizzi (Italy)

D2. Combining TRIZ and open innovation, a new promising perspective for enhancing corporate innovation processes:
Masih Hanifi, Remy Houssin, Denis Cavallucci, Simon Fuhlhaber (France)

D3. R&D in Poland ? is the country close to a knowledge-driven economy?:
Dorota Chybowska, Leszek Chybowski (Poland)

D4. Is Poland an innovative country?:
Dorota Chybowska, Leszek Marek Chybowski (Poland)

D5. ● Why TRIZ Popularity is Declining:
Sergey Sobolev, Oleg Abramov (Russia)

  1. Usage of TRIZ in Education and in Academia (5 Papers)

E1. A Brief Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (BTIPS) - an Approach in Teaching, Learning and Practice:
Zbigniew Marian Bzymek (USA)

E2. ● Aspects of teaching TRIZ:
Christoph Dobrusskin (The Netherlands)

E3. Product development using heuristic-systematic approach: a case study:
Bartosz Pryda, Marek Mysior (Poland)

E4. ● Development of creative education materials for students at middle and high school using design thinking process with simplified TRIZ:
Kyeongwon LEE (South Korea)

E5. ● Idea Generation with Substance-Field Analysis: the Influence of Prior Knowledge and Practical Experience:
Iouri Belski, Anne Skiadopoulos, Guillermo Aranda-Mena (Australia), Gaetano Cascini, Davide Russo (Italy)
(Note: This paper E5 is about "Importance of General Knowledge in Creative Idea Generation: An Experiment and Discussions")

[2] TRIZ Forum: Letters from Readers(Feb. - Apr. 2017

[Added in the English page]

Min-Gyu Lee (Korea & Finland), Giuseppe Carignani (Italy), Toru Nakagawa

  1. Lee communicated with me on my Introduction to his ETRIA TFC 2016 paper; it's a pleasure for me that the Author appreciates my Introduction article.
  1. Carignani is going to have a chance to talk on TRIZ to high school teachers and asks me for some references.

I suggested the Entrance page for Children and High school students of this site.

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Toru Nakagawa, Dr., Professor Emeritus, Osaka Gakuin University

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