AIMS Announces 2014 Scholarship Availability
The goal of the AIMS Research Foundation Scholarship Fund is to provide financial assistance to students who show an aptitude and desire to pursue further education and careers within technical fields, specifically technology and engineering. The scholarships are open to graduating high school students and also first year currently enrolled undergraduate students making satisfactory academic progress within a technology or engineering program at an accredited institution. For the 2014 issuing year one $1,500 scholarships will be issued in April 2014. Learn more
Introduction to TrizIT framing concepts.
TrizIT Alpha Pattern.
WOW! Found this 2 1/2 year old video in the AIMS Archives.
Great example of technology futuring and some spot on analysis using TrizIT!
From September 2011
AIMS is changing its mission!
As of May 2013, AIMS and its affiliates will focus exclusively on content generation, fund raising for its annual high school scholarship, and education institution consulting. AIMS was not able to award a scholarship in 2013 for the 2014 academic year due to lower than expected donations. By refocusing on the generation of quality management materials whose sale can be used to fund the scholarship program in addition to fund raising and consulting revenues, we believe we will be able to improve and expand our positive impact on the field of management sciences. As a result, AIMS certification exams will be retired as of July 30, 2013.
Dr. David E. Lady is a whirlwind of knowledge, information, imagination, and ideas – truly a force to be reckoned with: “Let’s light this candle,” David inspires.. [Read More]
AIMS is introducing its sixth major publication, the “Information Technology System Cookbook”, which introduces TrizIT, TRIZ for Information Technology, establishing system level patterns that translates strategic desired states into information technology engineering realities. [Read More]
The AIMS Research Foundation is proud to announce its academic school year 2012-2013 scholarship recipients. This year’s awardees were selected from a field of over 75 applicants based upon their academic achievements, letters of recommendation from their teachers and principals, and professional essays outlining their educational objectives. [Read More]