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Advanced Methods for the Innovation Pathway from a Chemical Concept to Industrial Production

Learn how to address the risks and threats that can inhibit innovation.

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About the Course

The sequel course lays out an innovation platform, which is an outgrowth of TRIZ, a popular methodology designed for modern co-innovation among teams.

This course will allow the chemical engineer to partake in early bench-top research efforts cuts down on dead-enders and unproductive research promises.

  • The Innovation Intractability Map
  • Extension Methodologies
  • Breakdown Methodologies
  • Applying abstraction
  • Innovation Progress Metrics
  • Co-Innovation Methodology
  • BiPSA
  • Creating a collaborative innovation excitement
  • Budget allocation to handle the inherent innovation uncertainty
Registrants should take the Beaker to Barrel: Chemical Engineering for Chemists online course prior to taking this course.

What You Will Learn

  • How to turn innovation sizzle into innovation productivity
  • How to measure innovation progress
  • How to bring the wisdom of late-stage chemical engineers into early stage bench innovation
  • How to manage a distributed R&D team for improved innovation efficiency
  • How to budget time and money to improve the bang for your buck
  • How to plan innovation projects present such planning in your innovation proposal to better your prospects for funding

Who Should Attend

Research and development chemists, seeking to improve their skills in moving their innovative chemical ideas into industrial reality.

Course Outline

  • Details

    • Survey of state-of-the-art innovation management
    • Survey of Beaker to Barrel the Basic course
    • Presenting the Innovation Solution Protocol (Innovation-SP)
    • Presentation and case study of the Abstraction Innovation Option
    • Presentation and case studies of the Extension Innovation Option (TRIZ examples)
    • Presentation and case studies of the Breakdown Innovation Option (serial, parallel, convergent, and mixed configuration)
    • Methods and examples of how to incorporate late stage chemical engineers in early stage chemical R&D
    • Introduction and presentation of innovation progress metrics
    • Introduction and presentation of BiPSA  representing innovation uncertainty as a cascade of binary issues, and integrating the various opinions thereto through the BiPSA neural network
    • Estimating cost-to-complete, and time-to-finish for innovation intensive projects
    • Managing a tight team, a distributed team, and an open contribution configuration to accelerate the innovation process
    • Budgeting the innovation project
    • Preparing innovation proposals mindful of investors’ sensitivity to budget efficiency
    • A rich variety of case studies

Dates, Locations, and Prices

Five for four! Register five people for one course, one person for five courses, or any combination in between and your fifth registration is free. The free registration will be the course of the lowest price. Please note: This discount cannot be combined with any other discount offered. 

Each person attending must register individually for this course.

Course fee includes electronic access to the course materials and session recordings. 

About the Instructor(s)

Gideon Samid

Dr. Gideon Samid is a chemical and a nuclear engineer specializing in bench-to-production process, estimating the effort to achieve an R&D objective, and mathematical engineering applications.

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