Sept. 1st(Thu) - Sept. 2nd(Fri), 2016 (2 days)
Bldg.No.63, Nishi-Waseda Campus, Waseda University (3-4-1, Okubo, Shinjuku-ku, 169-8555, Tokyo)
The Japan TRIZ Society, NPO (JTS)
Joint Hosting by
Department of Business Design and Management,
Graduate School of Creative Science and Engineering , Waseda University
Intellectual Property Association of Japan
Robust Quality Engineering Society
Japan Creativity Society
Japan Society for Design Engineering
Japanese Society of Applied Statistics
National Statistics Center
Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun
Risk Analysis Research Center, The Institute of Statistical Mathematics
Society of Japanese Value Engineering
Union of Japanese Scientists and Engineers
Enrich your Creativity with TRIZ!
#To provide an opportunity for openly presenting, discussing, and communicating on TRIZ,
a methodology for creative problem solving and innovation, and its related areas.
#To encourage the improvement of the TRIZ methodology itself and to enhance penetration,
promotion and application of TRIZ.
#To provide opportunities for making personal relationships among the people interested
in and working with TRIZ in Japan and in the world, and to encourage the understanding
and penetration of TRIZ.
#To openly call for contributions of presentations and participation not only from Japan but
also from all over the world, so as to make the Symposium an open conference.
#To help establish deeper and wider understanding of TRIZ and promote real use of TRIZ in
industries and in academia.
#To introduce TRIZ and make it to penetrate widely into people engaged in SMEs and at schools.
#A Symposium primarily Japanese national and partially (but as much as possible) international.
#To hold the General Assembly Meeting of Japan TRIZ Society within the Symposium period.
#Opening Address by Mr. Yuji Mihara Chairperson of he Jpan TRIZ society
#Keynote Lecture by Mr. Alexander Kudriavtsev (TRIZ Master, Practical Invention Center)
"Difficult Problems and New Horizons Development of the notion of Difficulty in TRIZ"
#Special Lecture by Dr. Akira Suzuki (Professor emeritus at Hokkaido University, The Nobel prize winner in Chemistry 2010)
"An Example of Useful Science : Organic Synthesis by Organoboron Coupling Reaction"
#Agenda Sheet Table
#Abstracts from Overseas and Japan
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The 12th TRIZ Symposium 2016 in Japan