|"Japan TRIZ CB" (Official Page):||
The Fourth TRIZ Symposium in Japan, 2008
Plan, Call for Papers, Keynotes etc., Notice to Presenters, Advanced Agenda, Abstracts, Call for Participation
Web Master: Toru Nakagawa (Osaka Gakuin Univ.)
Note: This page is operated on a temporary basis until the Official Web site of NPO Japan TRIZ Society begins its stable operation in English.
|Compiled on Dec. 12, 2007; Updated: Dec. 23, 2007, Feb. 20; Mar. 19; Mar. 30; Apr. 28; May 18; May 25; Jun. 11; Jun. 17; Jun. 23; Jul. 12; Aug. 4; Aug. 25; Sept. 2; Oct. 26, 2008; Feb. 4, 2009|
Documents and Reports after the Symposiunm , please refer to a separate page. (Posted on Feb. 4, 2009)
The 4th TRIZ Symposium in Japan, 2008 was held with the participation by 180 people (including 15 from abroad) and resulted in much success. Official Reports and Documents will be posted in the near future. "Personal Report of Japan TRIZ Symposium 2008" was written in English by Toru Nakagawa (Osaka Gakuin University) and posted in his Web site "TRIZ Home Page in Japan". (Oct. 26, 2008)
Obtaining 4 invited and 48 contributed papers, we have set up the Agenda of "The Fourth TRIZ Symposium in Japan, 2008". Abstracts of all the papers are posted in English. We are now calling for your paticipation at this internationally recognized, active TRIZ event held anually in Japan. Venue and registration procedure are also announced. (Jun. 17, 2008) Detail of Visa application procedure is added. (Jun. 23, 2008). On receiving the Final Manuscripts from the authors, we have adjusted the adgenda slightly and posted it here (See * marks). You will enjoy Catherine Thom Guitar Concert in the evenings. (Aug. 4, 2008) Registration for Participation will be accepted till Aug. 29 (Fri.) 12:00 JST. (Aug. 25. 2005) Agenda is updated (Sept. 2, 2008)
Application of contributed papers was already closed by May 22. (May 25, 2008).
Call for Papers is now announced officially. Due date of Extended Abstract is May 15, 2008. (Feb. 20, 2008)
Keynotes Speakers are announced. (Mar. 19; Mar. 30, 2008)
The Japan TRIZ CB has decided to hold the 'Fourth TRIZ Symposium in Japan, 2008' on Sept. 10-12, 2008 near Kyoto. This is a preliminary announcement. We wish you to join us and present your works in this active TRIZ event to be held in Japan in September 2008!! (Dec. 12, 2007)
|Top of this page||Sympo. outline||Message||Agenda||Features||Pro-ceedings||Venue||Fees & Registration||For Presenters||Previous Sympo.||Japan TRIZ CB||Japan TRIZ Society HP||Japanese page|
"The Fourth TRIZ Symposium in Japan, 2008", Outline (Official Announcement) (Feb. 20; Jun. 11; Aug. 4, 2008) [Note: * stands for the revised version (Aug. 4, 2008)]
TRIZ Symposium Leaflet: Front page (Outline) + Back page (Agenda)** (Jul. 12; Aug. 4, 2008)
Sept. 10, 2008 (Wed) through Sept. 12, 2008 (Fri.) (3 days)
Japan TRIZ Society - Non-Profit Organization
||=> Message for Symposium by Hayashi|
"Towards Further Deployment and Penetration of TRIZ" (Jun. 10, 2008)
Advanced Agenda and the Abstracts are posted. (Jun. 10; *: Aug. 4; Updated ** Sept. 2, 2008)
|Presentations||Preliminary Session (2 hrs.): Tutorial (in Japanese) / Introductory discussion (in English)||=> Tutorial|
|Keynote lectures (2 lectures), Invited talk (1 talk);
Contributed Oral presentations (26 talks, 40 minutes each, double-track)
Contributed Poster presentations (22 presentations, 3 sessions, 100 minutes for each session (including Introduction and Poster presentation) )
|=> Session styles|
Keynote Lecture (1) Amir Roggel: "Can TRIZ Work for a Large, Innovative Semiconductor Company? Intel's Learning"
|=> Special Features|
Japanese and English
Extended Abstracts and Proceedings will be published and handed out in two language editions.
|Scale:||About 250 participants expected.
Last year: 202 participants (including 10 from overseas).
|=> Previous Symposia|
Laforet Biwako, Moriyama City, Shiga Prefecture, Japan
Guest rooms in Laforet Biwako. Room sharing by 2 persons is the default. Single use needs extra cost.
|Fees:||Full participation of 3 days: Preliminary session, 3-day symposium, 2-night stay of room sharing, 2 Buffet-Dinner and Communications; Non-speaker: 74,655 yen; Discount for speakers (Please inquire us). Including Proceedings, Lunch, Soft drinks during intermissions, and accommodation with breakfast and set-dinner.||=>Fees|
Fill in the Registration Form and send it to: firstname.lastname@example.org .
|Final Manuscripts:||Submit the Final Manuscripts by Jul. 28 (Mon) 18:00 JST||=> For Presenters|
|Call for Papers||
Call for contributed papers for Oral and Poster presentations
|=> Call for Papers
|Call for Demos||[Under preparation. See Japanese page.] (Jun. 17, 2008)|
|Important Dates for Preparation||
Feb. 20: Announcement of Plan, and Call for Papers
Jul. 10 (Thu): Due date of registration who needs Japanese visa application.
Jul. 28 (Mon): Due date of final manuscripts of presentations, and of registration for participation for the presenters
ca. Aug. 4: Revised Agenda
Aug. 28 (Thu): Due date of registration for paricipation
|=> Due dates|
|Access points:||=> Organizers|
|Symposium Web sites||
(A) Japan TRIZ Society's Official Web site: http://www.triz-japan.org/
Note: Since the new site (A) may have some time delay in posting, especially in English, you are advised to see this site (B) which is managed by Nakagawa directly. [Apr. 28, 2008]
||=> Previous Symposia|
On Announcing the Fourth TRIZ Symposium in Japan, 2008
(Japan TRIZ Symposium 2008)
June 11, 2008
Chairperson of the Board, Japan TRIZ Society, NPO
Since TRIZ, i.e. Theory of Inventive Problem Solving, was introduced to Japan in 1996 as a philosophy, methodology and knowledge engineering tool to support technology innovation strongly in the industrial arena, a lot of application know-how and experiences have been accumulated in Japan by Japanese users interested in TRIZ. Nowadays, it has been applied in a variety of contexts as an effective tool for business innovation. Until now, three TRIZ Symposia have been organized annually by the Collaborative Board of TRIZ Promoters and Users in Japan, and last year, it was particularly prosperous with over-200 attendees including participants from abroad.
With such a background, the Collaborative Board of TRIZ Promoters and Users in Japan intensified its activities and changed the organization into a more public one, i.e., The Japan TRIZ Society (NPO), last December. The coming Fourth TRIZ Symposium in Japan (or Japan TRIZ Symposium 2008) will be the first symposium of this nonprofit organization, Japan TRIZ Society, and will be held at Laforet Biwako by Lake Biwa, near Kyoto under the theme of “Toward Further Deployment and Penetration of TRIZ.”
The application due date for presentation at this symposium was May 15th. Owing to past symposia achievements and the steady national TRIZ penetration coupled with the establishment of this NPO membership organization, we have received 48 applications, much more than the 29 of last year, and the number of presentations totals 51 including the 3 invited ones.
On this occasion, especially, we have invited Mr. Amir Roggel from Intel and TRIZ Master Dr. Sergei Ikovenko for keynote lectures to speak on the experience in company-wide TRIZ undertaking within Intel (Keynote Lecture 1 and many related case study presentations) and the direction toward which TRIZ is heading to in the future (Keynote Lecture 2). And from Japan, we have asked Mr. Yojiro Fukushima from Matsushita Electric Industrial for a special lecture about TRIZ application to system, method and software technology in their R&D division.
As for the contributed presentations, the applicable scope of TRIZ is expanding from existing big companies to small and medium-sized enterprises and from industries to independent researches at school education. The number of participating countries from abroad has increased to 7, and the lineup of the presentations has widened just to suit the first-year event of the Japan TRIZ Society.
This time, we have also arranged in the forenoon of the first day a tutorial for those who are relatively new to TRIZ and a preliminary session for those with TRIZ experience where the participants mutually learn the involvement in TRIZ and the use of TRIZ to enable smooth transition into the symposium.
As we have received far more presentation applications for this symposium than last year, all the contributed oral presentations will run in double-track and the posters will be presented in 3 sessions.
Because a multitude of more interesting themes than ever before will be presented in this Fourth Symposium as described above, we look forward to active participation of TRIZ practitioners, TRIZ promoters, TRIZ starters, TRIZ-minded people, both the Japan TRIZ Society members and future members, and we also hope that this symposium will help all the participants to innovate at different situations in their operation and business.
Looking forward to seeing you by Lake Biwa!
Agenda and the Abstracts
Outline of the Agenda* (* Updated: Aug. 4, 2008)
Agenda (one-page sheet)** in PDF (54 KB) (Updated Sept. 2, 2008)
Agenda ( 6 page table with full titles and authors)** in PDF (263 KB) (Updated Sept. 2, 2008)
Abstracts (of all the presentations, in English)* in PDF (187 KB, 19 pages)
Keynote Lectures and Invited Talks (Mar. 18, 2008) (Jun.. 11, 2008)
Title and brief introduction [See more detail in the Abstracts]
|Keynote (1)||Amir Roggel
"Can TRIZ Work for a Large, Innovative Semiconductor Company? Intel's Learning"
| Sergei Ikovenko
(GEN3 Partners, MIT, USA)
|"Directions for Future TRIZ Development and Applications":
Dr. Ikovenko visited Japan many times in the early period of TRIZ introduction in Japan (from 1997 to around 2000) as an instructor of Invention Machine Corporation, US, and taught how to use TRIZ (and its software tools) in open seminars and companies around the country. With his personality and his comprehensive instruction, many TRIZ users from those old days in Japan feel much familiarity with Dr. Ikovenko. He is a student of Mr. Altshuller and is one of the TRIZ Masters. Currently, he is a consultant working for GEN3 Partners (Boston, US), Professor Adjuncts of MIT, and Vice President of MATRIZ (International TRIZ Association). Recently, as reported in the ETRIA TFC 2007, Dr. Ikovenko has guided several big industries in the US and Europe (including Intel and Siemens) and succeeded in promoting TRIZ company-wide on the basis of solid understanding of TRIZ. In the Keynote Lecture, he is going to talk not on a specific topic but on the general topic of future directions for TRIZ development and application.
(Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.)
"TRIZ Activity in Corporate R&D Division: Application to System, Method, and Software Technology"
[Note: The Invited Talk (1) was changed in the speaker and topic because of Mr. Shinohara's withdrawal. (Jun. 10, 2008)]
Preliminary Session (Tutorial and Introductory Discussion)
These are optional and need registration with charge for the Tutorial but without charge for the Introductory Discussion.
Title and brief introduction
Tutorial of TRIZ Basics
(in Japanese only)
(Sozo Kaihatsu Initiative)
|"Introduction to Systematic Innovation: For The First Step to Real Use of TRIZ"
Every year, in the inquiries of TRIZ Symposium, about one third of the participants answer that they (though not novices) have been studying TRIZ seriously or working for TRIZ promotion for just one year or less and that they wanted in the Symposium to understand the overall view of TRIZ, real situations and practical ways of applying and promoting TRIZ in industries. Thus, we have organized this tutorial for the purpose of introducing the fundamentals of TRIZ mainly to these people as the target. The lecturer this year will be Mr. Hotta. He had been, since 1997, the chief of the Knowledge Creation Research Department at Mitsubishi Research Institute (MRI), which engaged in the introduction and penetration of TRIZ in Japan tying up with Invention Machine Corporation. Mr. Hotta spun off from MRI in 2003 and built a TRIZ consulting firm 'Sozo Kaihatsu Initiative (SKI)'. He has been serving as the General Secretary of Japan TRIZ CB and also that of Japan TRIZ Society, and has worked for the TRIZ Symposia. SKI published the Japanese Edition of Darrell Mann's TRIZ textbook "Hands-On Systematic Innovation". On such a basis, Mr. Hotta has been teaching TRIZ in a new scope for systematic innovation in industries.
Introductory Discussion :
(SANNO Inst. of Management)
"Learn about TRIZ from each other":
Styles of Sessions
|Keynotes||Plenary session. Lecture in English. Slides are projected in English and in Japanese in parallel. Interpreter service: No during the presentation, but Yes during discussion in both directions. 45 min talk + 15 min discussion.|
|Invited talk||Plenary session. Presentation in Japanese. Slides are projected in English and in Japanese in parallel. Interpreter service: No during the presentation, but Yes during discussion in both directions. 30 min. talk + 10 min. discussion.|
|Oral presentation (double tracks)||
Parallel double track sessions in two rooms. Presentation either in Japanese or in English. Slides are projected in English and in Japanese in parallel. Interpreter service: No during the presentation, but Yes during discussion in both directions. 30 min. talk + 10 min. discussion. The two sessions will be synchronized, having at least 5 minutes of break for moving to the other room.
|Poster introduction session||Plenary session. All the presenters of Posters give brief introduction, one after another, of the Poster for 3 minutes each. 30 min. in total. Presentation either in Japanese or in English. Slides are projected in English and in Japnese in parallel. No interpreter service, no discussion.|
|Poster session||In the Poster rooms, several (about 8) presentations are given in parallel in corners. Presentation and discussion either in Japanese or in English, no interpreter service available. About 65 minutes each session. Paticipants visit posters of their own choices for listening and discussing with the presenter. The first round of talk and discussion is quited in 15 minutes and then the second round is started simultaneously. Talks and discussions after that will be carried out without any further regulations. The posters will be posted in the Poster rooms all through the Symposium period.|
|Demos and exhibits||Corners of vendors will be open for demos, exhibits, and communication. They are available during intermissions, lunch time, Poster & Demo sessions, etc.|
|Lunch||Will have lunch together at the dining hall inside the Facility. Lunch is covered in the Symposium fee. 60 minutes of lunch break.|
|Buffet Dinner and Communications||In the evenings of the first and the second days, we will have buffet dinner togeher without seating for the purpose of reception and informal personal communications. At the dining hall inside the Center. 2 hours each. All of you are welcome, but participation is optional; you need to state and pay at the registration.|
|Informal Communication Time *||After the 'Buffet Dinner and Communications', two rooms with the capacity of 20-30 people will be arranged for the people who want to chat even more in informal situations. Any drinks and snacks need to be arranged and paid privately.|
|Guitar Concert *||Arranged in two evenings after the 'Buffet Dinner and Communications'. Catherine Thom, an internationally active guitarist, plays a classical guitar. Welcome to the relaxing time of 60 minutes, as an unofficial event. Please pay 1000 yen at the concert entrance. (Aug. 4, 2008)*|
The Annual Meeting of the Japan TRIZ Society
This is the Annual Business Meeting of the Japan TRIZ Society. The meeting is a closed session for members of the Society. It is carried out in Japanese. No interpretations.
Abstracts and Proceedings (Notes for participants)
The Abstract and Proceedings will be publicized and handed out in the following versions:
For Overseas Participants:
|Prior Posting||Abstracts||Abstracts (Title, Authors, Abstract) of all the presentations. All in English. (Japanese authors are requested to submit their abstract in English translation.)|
|Published at the Symposium||Extended Abstracts||Extended Abstracts (Title, Authors, Abstract, Extended Abstract, in max. one page) of all the presentations. All in English.|
|Proceedings||Presentation Slides and/or Papers of all the presentations. All in English.
For presentations by overseas speaker: Keynotes: Slides and (if available) Paper; Contributed (Oral or Poster) presentations: Either Slides or Paper, as chosen by the author.
For presentations by Japanese speaker: Invited talk: Slides and (if available) Paper; Contributed Oral presentations: Slides (or Paper instead if the author specifies); Poster presentations: Either of Slides, Paper, and Introduction Slides, as specified by the author.
|Prior Posting||Abstracts||Abstracts (Title, Authors, Abstract) of all the presentations. In Japanese for presentations by Japanese authors, and in English for presentations by overseas authors.|
|Published at the Symposium||Extended Abstracts||Extended Abstracts (Title, Authors, Abstract, Extended Abstract, in one printed page) of all the presentations. In Japanese for presentations by Japanese authors, and in English for presentations by overseas authors.|
Presentation Slides and/or Papers of all the presentations.
Note: Tutorials will be included in the Abstracts and in the Extended Abstracts, but not in the Proceedings. The texs of Tutorials will be handed out only to the Tutorial participants.
Call for Participation
We have started the Call for Participation of people not only in Japan but also over the World.
Due to the capacity of the conference hall and the guest rooms, we are going to accept max 250 participants on the first-come-first-served basis.
Please make a contact with us and register your participation as soon as possible in accordance to the guidance described below.
Due date of Registration: Aug. 29, 2008 (Fri.) 12:00 JST (Note: extended Aug. 25, 2008)
Venue: Laforet Biwako and its Access ==> See Detail Page
Laforet Biwako, Moriyama City, Shiga Prefecture, Japan
A resort hotel and training facility on the shore of Lake Biwa;
1 hour from Kyoto by local train and hotel's Shuttle bus.
Web site in English: http://www.laforethotels.com/biwako/index-e.html
Location: Jukkenya 2876, Imahama-cho, Moriyama City, Shiga Prefecture, 524-0101 JAPAN
Access Map to Laforet Biwako:
Access from JR Kyoto Station by Train and Bus => See time table in the Detail Page
At JR Kyoto Station take JR Kosei Line (local train) to Katata Station (for about 25 minutes)
Then take a Shuttle Bus of Laforet Biwako (free) (about 10 minutes) (almost one service every hour)
How to get to JR Kyoto Station => See any Travel Guide to Japan. Detail Page
Accommodation at Laforet Biwako
The Symposium reserves a certain number of guest rooms. They are mostly rooms for 2 persons.
Room sharing by 2 persons is the default way in this facility for conferences.
Request of single use of such (2-person) rooms is acceptable only in some limited number, in some special situations, etc. and costs extra charges.
See the Web site of Laforer Biwako. http://www.laforethotels.com/biwako/index-e.html
Symposium Fees => See Detail Page
Symposium Fees (including tax)
The following Symposium Fees include Proceedings, Lunch, Soft drinks during intermissions, and accommodation with breakfast and set-dinner.
Presenters (only one person for each presentation) may have a discount. (Please inquire at the Symposium Secretariat.)
- 1-day participation (without stay) 32,550 yen
- 2-day participation (with 1-night stay): 53,130 yen (room sharing), 58,380 yen (single use)
- 3-day participation (with 2-night stay): 70,455 yen (room sharing), 80,955 yen (single use)
Discount of 10,500 yen for the Japan TRIZ Society Members. (Note: The annual membership is 8,400 yen.)
The followings are optional:
Optional Item Fees Remarks Buffet Dinner & Communications (with beverages): 2,100 yen/day on the evening with stay 5,250 yen/day on the evening without stay Tutorial Session (for Symposium participants) 1,000 yen Need registration for the Tutorial Preliminary session (for Symposium participants) no extra charge Need registration for the Preliminary session Lunch on the first day 1,500 yen Staying on Sept. 9 (Tue) or Sept. 12 (Thu)
with breakfst and set-dinner
8,400 yen/night room sharing 13, 650 yen/night single use
Fill in the Symposium Registration Form and send it to the Symposium Office
Registration Form: Download and fill in the Form: (MS Excel)
[This form is designed to be used for inquiry and for final registration.]
Address for Inquiry and Registration: Email: email@example.com (M. Hotta and R. Ichikawa)
Due date of Registration (Please inquire with us much earlier than the due date):
Jul. 10, 2008 (Thu) 18:00 JST whoever needs Japan visa application (see below).
Jul. 28, 2008 (Mon.) 18:00 JST for Presenters (without Japan visa application)
Aug. 25, 2008 (Mon.) 10:00 JST for ordinary participants (without Japan visa application)
Aug. 29, 2008 (Fri.) 12:00 JST for ordinary participants (Note: extended on Aug. 25, 2008)
Payment: Prior payment on the basis of invoice either by bank transfer or by credit card (VISA or MC)
Japanese Visa Arrangement => See Detail Page
Important: Citizens of Russia, Ukraine, China, India, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, etc. need to apply for Japanese visa.
See the official information in the Web site of Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Government of Japan.
Since the procedure usually takes about 2 months and needs a lot of formal paper work, please write your intention of participation as soon as possible if you need or might need the Japanese visa.
=> Visa Application Procedure (Jun. 23, 2008)
Guide for Presenters: Instructions for Submitting Your Final Manuscripts
Instructions for submitting your Final Manuscrits are posted in PDF by slighty revising the Call for Papers:
List of materials to be submitted: "Table of Items of Manuscripts, Presentations, and Proceedings" in PDF ( 12 KB, 1 page)
Outline of the Materials to be submitted and their Template forms: (Presenters from overseas)
[At the stage of Final Manusript submission]
Keynotes Oral presentations Poster presentations Submission Message Form A2 for an Oral (and similar) presentation Necessary Necessary -- Form A3 for a Poster presentation -- -- Necessary Extended Abstract Format B (MS Word) Necessary Necessary Necessary Slides for presentation Format not specified Necessary Necessary Necessary Slides for Introduction to Poster Format not specified -- -- Necessary Full Paper Format D (MS Word) Optional Optional Optional Participation Registration Form
Registration Form (MS Excel) [Add link: Aug. 15, 2008]
Necessary Necessary Necessary
Due date of Final Manuscripts Submission: Jul. 28, 2008 (Mon) 18:00 JST
Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org (Symposium Program Committee)
Call for Papers (Feb. 20, 2008) [Closed already] (May 25, 2008)
Application to Contributed Papers (for both Oral and Poster presentations)
Please send us the followings via email
(A) Application in Form A (including brief profile of the presenter) and
(B) Extended Abstract in Form B (containing Title, Author(s), Affiliation(s), Abstract of about 100 words, and Extended explanation) in one page in A4.
Due date: May 15, 2008 (Thu.) 18:00 JST [Closed already] (May 25, 2008)
Send email to: email@example.com [Apr. 28, 2008]
See more details:
"Call for Papers" in PDF ( KB, pages)
"Table of Items of Manuscripts, Presentations, and Proceedings" in PDF ( KB, 1 page)
Form A (Application of Presentation): A template in MS Word
Form B (Extended Abstract of Presentation): A template in MS Word
Current Status of Application of Contributed Papers to the Symposium. (May 25, 2008: TN)
Accepted: 49 Presentations (35 from Japan + 14 from overseas).
Note: Last year: 30 Contributed presentations (21 from Japan + 9 from overseas)
Important Dates for Preparation
Feb. 20, 2008 (Wed.) Announcement of the plan and Call for Papers.
May 15, 2008 (Thu.) Due date of Submission of Extended Abstracts (Closed already)
Jun. 6, 2008 (Fri) Announcement of Advanced Agenda and Call for Participation
Jul. 10, 2008 (Thu.) Due date of registration for any person who needs the Japanese visa
Jul. 28, 2008 (Mon.) Due date of Final Manuscripts of Papers and Presentation Slides.
Due date of registration for the presenters
Aug. 25, 2008 (Mon.) Due date of registration for ordinary participants
Aug. 29, 2008 (Fri.) 12:00 JST Due date of registration for ordinary participants (Extended: Aug. 25 2008)
Organizers of the Symposium
Japan TRIZ Society: Chairperson of the Board:
|Toshihiro Hayashi (T. Hayashi Professional Engineer Office)|
The Fourth TRIZ Symposium,
|Yuji Mihara (Creative Technology Institute)|
|Masatoshi Hotta (Sozo Kaihatsu Initiative)|
|Ryoko Ichikawa (Japan TRIZ Society)|
|Eiichi Mizuno (MRI Reseac Associates)|
|Toru Nakagawa (Osaka Gakuin Univ.)|
Program Vice Chairperson:
|Yoshihisa Konishi ( )|
|Kazuyasu Ikeda (Sekisui Engineering Co.)|
|Tateki Oka (Konica-Minolta Business Technologies)|
Care Taker of Overseas Participants:
|Toru Nakagawa (OGU)|
Previous Symposia Held by Japan TRIZ CB:
|Symposium name||date and place||presentations and participants||Documents and Reports|
|The Third TRIZ Symposium in Japan
||Aug. 30 - Sept. 1, 2007
Toshiba Kenshu Center (Yokohama)
5 Invited talks (2 overseas);
29 Contributed talks (9 overseas);
202 Particiants (11 overseas)
|The Second TRIZ Symposium in Japan
||Aug. 31 - Sept. 2, 2006
Pana-Hills Osaka (Suita, Osaka)
|5 Invited talks (2 overseas);
30 Contributed talks (9 overseas);
157 Particiants (18 overseas)
|The First TRIZ Symposium in Japan
||Sept. 1 - 3, 2005
Laforet Shuzenji (Naka-Izu, Shizuoka)
|6 Invited talks (1 overseas);
15 Contributed talks (2 overseas);
104 Participants (4 overseas)
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