Welcome to MatrizFor many centuries creativity was viewed as a gift, a natural ability, inherent in a very small number of people. This opinion was challenged by G. S. Altshuller in the middle of last century. "Creativity," he said, "could be taught and learned." Thus, TRIZ, the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving, was born.
4-21-2016 TRIZfest-2016 Information letter
TRIZ Master TMCC 2016 Information Letter _2 (Eng.) 03222016 2OF
This photo is from a seminar in Gorky, Russia in 1974. Left to right – Altshuller, Linkova, Kashin. Nina Petrovna Linkova was 91 years old. She was the first psychologist, who supported G. S. Altshuller and TRIZ. It would be very difficult to overestimate her input into TRIZ development. We mourn with family and friends of Nina Petrovna.
Congratulations to the inaugural group of TRIZ Champion Award recipients! During a regular meeting on February 18, 2016 MATRIZ Presidium recognized the inaugural group of TRIZ Champion Award recipients: Kozhevnikova Lyubov, Russia Avraam Seredinski, France Eduard Kagan, Israel Ellen Domb, USA The TRIZ Champion Award recognizes the contribution to TRIZ proliferation and promotion through public…
Dear colleagues, the deadline for submitting an abstract for your TRIZfest-2016 paper is extended to February 21, 2016
Dear colleagues, English is the official language of TRIZfest-2016. The papers must be submitted in English. Papers’ presentation may be delivered in English or Chinese – the conference will be equipped with Chinese/English/Chinese online translation.