The UTS Faculty of Engineering and IT warmly invites you to a seminar by Prof. Iouri Belski.
Seminar: TRIZ heuristics: engaging students in enhancing creative problem-solving skills
Date: Friday 11 October 2019
Time: 0930 to 1200
Room: CB11.12.105 FEIT Boardroom, UTS (University of Technology Sydney)
This seminar will uncover ways of effective embedding simple heuristics of the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ) into existing engineering courses. Participants will learn a couple of simple TRIZ heuristics and also will find out:
- why TRIZ heuristics suit the engineering profession the most;
- the outcomes of usage of educational materials offered by the TRIZ Repository (www.edisons21.com) by educators in Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong;
- how to choose a TRIZ heuristic that suits their courses;
- how to engage students in learning TRIZ heuristics with fun.
Participants will also apply TRIZ heuristics to uncover the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle.
About the Presenter:
Iouri Belski is a Professor of Engineering Problem Solving with the School of Engineering at RMIT. He is a recipient of numerous awards including the Australian Award for Teaching Excellence and the National Senior Teaching Fellowship. He is a Principal Fellow of HEA, Senior Member of IEEE and a TRIZ Master.