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PRIZ Guru provides a complete package for engineering organizations, offering a comprehensive and unique solution for systematic and systemic problem-solving.

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Elevate your problem-solving abilities with our comprehensive platform

PRIZ Guru provides a state-of-the-art machine-assisted innovation platform that streamlines problem-solving and helps to uncover hidden business opportunities. With a comprehensive ecosystem of tools and processes, PRIZ supports and enhances engineering thinking while promoting seamless communication among all stakeholders.

Creative thinking tools AI-assisted facilitation Project management Collaboration Automatic reporting Idea management

Creative thinking tools

Our platform offers a range of creative thinking tools that help you think outside the box and develop new, innovative solutions.

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AI-assisted facilitation

AI-Assisted Facilitation will guide you through a structured process to increase your efficiency in engineering thinking and continuous improvement, while promoting consistent learning within an organization.

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Project management

Our platform offers a seamless integration between project management and your problem-solving process.

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Collaboration

Our platform promotes open communication, shared goals, conflict resolution, collective ownership, trust, and positive relationships among all stakeholders.

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Automatic reporting

Engineers no longer have to do the most boring part of problem-solving - writing a report for stakeholders - as the report is automatically generated for them.

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Idea management

The ultimate goal of every project is to generate innovative ideas and solutions. PRIZ Platform's idea management provides full transparency of all ideas and decisions made throughout a project.

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Master your problem solving with our tailored training and facilitation

Our experts will guide you through every step, helping you master the PRIZ ecosystem, its functionalities, and problem-solving techniques. With tailored training, you'll be well-prepared to tackle any challenge that comes your way.

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Platform Fluency

Our training provides engineers with the necessary skills and knowledge to become fluent in the PRIZ ecosystem.

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Theory and Practice

Our unique approach to training is combining theoretical knowledge with practical experience on real projects.

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Professional Development

We train engineers with the most in-demand engineering qualification - problem-solving and engineering thinking.

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Leadership Training

Our goal is to train a team of engineers who will emerge as leaders in problem-solving within the organization.

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The key to solving complex problems is to break them down into smaller, more manageable pieces.

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Start with training

Our approach to training and education is focused on providing applied knowledge. We prioritize practicing systematic problem-solving, so engineers can apply it immediately in their day-to-day work.

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Learn on the job

Teams that are confident enough to start working with the PRIZ Platform are welcome to use any of the resources we have made available. However, we are always available to provide support and assistance.

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Workshops

The most effective approach is when an expert facilitates the process of problem solving projects. It combines practical learning with solving a problem that delivers a direct value to an organization.

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Showcasing Successful Projects

Chemistry

Improvement of Polystyrene Nano-Spheres Density and Uniformity of Mechanical Organization on PDMS SubstratesLotem Kitaroo and Sharon Luzky

This project involves the study of polyspherene nanospheres deposited on PDMS (Polydimethylsiloxane) samples. The PDMS samples have undergone a mechanical rubbing process for various durations to create surface patterns. Following this, the samples were subjected to a sputtering process in a clean room environment to coat them with polyspherene nanospheres.The primary objective of the project is to achieve a dense and uniform layer of polyspherene nanospheres on the PDMS substrates. This dense coating is crucial for the intended applications of these nanospheres in fields such as nanoelectronics, biomedical devices, and surface coatings.Despite the systematic approach, the SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope) images reveal that the polyspherene nanospheres are not achieving the desired dense packing. Instead, the nanospheres appear to be sparsely distributed, with noticeable gaps between them, which undermines the effectiveness and uniformity required for their applications.

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Sharon Luzky
Microelectronics

Wafer cleaning issues at the wet process

Wet cleaning is widely used in microchip manufacturing. Single wafer equipment is working as follows. A wafer rotates, and chemistry is poured from a movable nozzle. Water rinsing is performed at the end of the process. Loading of a new batch of the chemistry resulted in excursion - a strongly increased amount of defects was observed on the wafer after the processing. The project is dedicated to the failure analysis and creation of innovative solutions.

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Dr. Anatoly Agulyansky
Microelectronics

SiO2 thin film creation in Diffusion furnace - Process Functional Modeling

The process is related to microelectronics - microchip manufacturing.The purpose of the process is to create a SiO2 layer on the surface of a Si wafer. Equipment: Vertical furnace to heat the wafers in the Q2 atmosphere and perform oxidation on the wafer surface. Process: The oxidation occurs on the front side and on the back side of the wafer Requirements: Create a SiO2 thin layer with a certain thickness and low sigma - low standard deviation of the thickness between the wafers and within the waferFailure: Wafers from the lower zone have higher thickness and significantly higher within wafer sigma (standard deviation of the thickness within the wafer)

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Dr. Anatoly Agulyansky
Environment

Laundry clothes - example for PFM

The project aims to analyze the washing, drying, and ironing of clothes. Use Process Functional Modeling for the analysis. This is an example of how to use Process Functional Modeling and see this tool's power.

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Dr. Anatoly Agulyansky

Our courses

We offer a variety of courses to help you learn how to use our app to solve problems. Our courses are designed for users of all skill levels, from beginners to experienced users. Our courses include video lessons, hands-on exercises, and support from experienced instructors.