International Conventions

ICQ'14-Tokyo Paper Application

ICQ'14-Tokyo

International Conference on Quality ICQ'14-Tokyo
"Innovation through Quality -Creating New Value for the World"
October 19-22, 2014
Keio Plaza Hotel, Tokyo, JAPAN

Papers are invited for consideration by the conference programming Committee. The technical sessions will run in a several concurrent streams and each session will support sub-themes under the general conference theme 'Innovation through Quality - Creating New Value for the World'.
Papers related to the following subjects, which may well be sub-themes of the conference in the concurrent session streams, will be most welcome.

Branding Business Strategy and TQM
Corporate Governance Customer Satisfaction/ Voice of Customer
Globalization Human Resource Management
Information Quality Innovation
ISO Management System Knowledge Management
Lean Life Cycle Management
New Product Development QC Circle/ Small Group Activities
Quality by Statistical Methods/ Statistical Process Control Quality Function Deployment
Quality in Education Quality in Healthcare
Quality in Service Reliability and Safety
Risk Management Human Error Prevention
Self-Assessment Six Sigma
Standardization and Daily Work Management Strategy and Policy Management
Supply Chain Risk/ Relation Management Taguchi Method/ Quality Engineering
Traceability and Quality Assurance -

Paper Application instruction

Paper application is now closed

1.

Please download the Paper Application form below and fill in the necessary information in English.

2.
Submit to the ICQ'14-Tokyo Secretariat to icq14@juse.or.jp by February 28, 2014.
3.
Please note that the Union of Japanese Scientists and Engineers (JUSE) has the non-exclusive beneficial interest for submitted conference papers to be published as part of the conference proceedings regardless of its form and distributes to the conference participants. JUSE reserves the right to publish the papers without textual changes in other publications of the organization.
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