The 20th Edition
ETRIA World Conference TRIZ Future 2020
“Systematic Complex Problem Solving in the Age of Digitalization and Open Innovation”
INSTRUCTIONS FOR Full PAPER Submission
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Proceedings of the ETRIA World Conference TRIZ Future 2020 will be published in Springer. From this consideration, the publisher is asking us to keep tight the deadline for paper submission.
At this edition of ETRIA TRIZ Future Conference, authors have the alternative to decide for publishing their papers in a Special Issue of the Journal Acta Technica Napocensis Series: Applied Mathematics, Mechanics and Engineering (https://atna-mam.utcluj.ro/index.php/Acta/index).
Papers accepted in this Special Issue must be approved and presented in advance at the 20th Edition of the ETRIA World Conference TRIZ Future 2020.
Deadline for paper submission is June 20, 2020. For paper preparation please see guidelines at:
Papers will be submitted using the platform Easy Chair for TFC2020, with an announcement for the intention to publish the paper in the special issue. The alternative publication is organized for those authors who delay their submission on May 15, 2020, or for PhD students who look for publishing in journals that are ISI indexed.
We welcome equally scientific and best practice papers. Thus, both researchers and practitioners are encouraged to submit original contributions to TRIZ Future 2020 conference (note: TRIZ is the acronym for Theory of Inventive Problem Solving).
Scientific papers deal with fundamental and applied research in systematic innovation, inventive problemsolving tools and methodologies, new theories and developments in approaching the resolution of complex problems we are facing in any field of activity. The length of a scientific paper will be between 8 and 12 pages for publication in the conference proceedings. Scientific papers will be indexed in SCOPUS and ISI Web of Science.
Practitioner papers deal with exemplification of TRIZ-related tools application in real life projects. The length of a practitioner paper will be between 4 and 6 pages for publication in the conference proceedings.
For the call for papers: