SUBMISSIONS

The submission process comprises three phases. First, the abstracts are submitted for evaluation, and the authors will be informed if the proposed subject, scope, and approach are considered appropriate for the conference. Please use the structured abstract form provided here. Then the full papers will be submitted and evaluated by at least two reviewers. If their recommendations are ambiguous, another reviewer will be involved to decide about paper acceptance, conditional acceptance, or rejection. Eventually, the final paper versions will be submitted, which must address the reviewers’ remarks. Please note that the papers may still be rejected at this stage if the reviewers will not confirm their conditional acceptance after receiving the revised versions.

The official conference language is English, and contributions in other languages will not be processed. All contributions must be submitted through the EasyChair system by clicking this link. You have to create an account to use EasyChair platform if you do not have one yet.

The conference accepts three kinds of contributions, which will be included in the official conference program. This description will be updated upon finalizing agreements regarding publication paths.

  • Scientific papers report research with a scientific approach and implications. Their expected length is between 8 and 12 pages. Authors are required to indicate the reasons justifying the intended exception from this rule. All the scientific papers will be indexed in Scopus and Web of Science upon publication in the Conference Proceedings, which requires a Consent to Publish form to be filled and signed in advance.
  • Practitioners’ papers describe application examples of using TRIZ concepts and tools having technical or social implications. Their expected length is between 8 and 10 pages.
  • Posters present planned or preliminary research activities, students’ works, and experiments pertinent to the conference profile.

INFORMATION CLAUSE

In accordance with Article 13 of EU Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR), we inform you that:

  1. The administrator of your personal data (henceforth Administrator) is ETRIA e.V. – European TRIZ Association, with its registered office at Basler Str. 115, D-79115 Freiburg, Germany, which may be contacted via e-mail address info@etria.eu.
  2. The Administrator will process your personal data in the scope covering name, surname, e‑mail address, affiliation, postal address, phone number, and information confirming entitlement to a reduced conference fee.
  3. Your personal data will be processed by the Administrator for the purpose of organizing and performing TRIZ Future 2022 conference (henceforth Conference) and managing your ETRIA membership. The basis for the processing of your personal data is Article 6, paragraph 1a of GDPR.
  4. The Administrator does not intend to transfer your personal data outside the European Economic Area.
  5. You have the right to access your personal data and the right to correct it, the right to request deletion, restriction of processing, the right to object to the processing of personal data, and the right to transfer personal data.
  6. Your personal data will not be made available to other entities (administrators), except for entities authorized under the law.
  7. Access to your personal data may be granted to entities (processors) to which ETRIA commissions the performance of activities that may involve the processing of personal data. In particular, your personal data will be acquired and processed by Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology for the purpose to organize and perform the Conference.
  8. Neither ETRIA nor Warsaw University of Technology uses automated decision-making concerning you, including profiling.
  9. Providing your personal data is voluntary, however failure to provide it prevents you from submitting your works to the Conference, attending the Conference, and becoming an ETRIA member.
  10. Your personal data will be processed for the period from the first submission of your work or registration to the Conference (whichever happens first) until the expiration of your ETRIA membership after two years since the end of the Conference.
  11. You have the right to lodge a complaint with the respective supervisory body if you consider that the processing of your personal data violates the provisions of the GDPR.