ITI Poster Competition

Please click here to download the Poster Abstract Booklet.

Call for Abstracts

Take an active role in the ITI World Symposium 2017 by submitting an abstract for the ITI Poster Competition.

The posters accepted for the Poster Competition must be printed and brought to the Symposium. Guidelines that include size and format will be made available in good time.

Prizes for ITI Poster Competition
The best poster presentation in each of 5 categories:

  • Basic Research
  • Clinical Research (Surgery)
  • Clinical Research (Prosthodontics)
  • Clinical Case Reports (Surgery)
  • Clinical Case Reports (Restorative)

will win 500 ITI Online Academy Credits worth EUR 500, free registration to one of our ITI National Congresses or the next ITI World Symposium as well as a commemorative plaque.

December 12, 2016   Deadline for abstract submission

February 1, 2017        Email notification whether the submission has been accepted for the competition along with poster

How to submit your abstract
All abstracts must be submitted online. Your abstract can be submitted here.

Only abstracts that are submitted electronically using the official online tool will be considered.

Guidelines for your abstract
Your abstract may have a maximum of 3,500 characters (incl. spaces) and must be structured as follows:

  • Objectives
  • Methods
  • Results
  • Conclusion

No images or tables are allowed and incomplete abstract submissions will not be reviewed.

Conditions for submission
The ITI Poster Competition is open to all clinicians and investigators – there is no age limit.

You may present information on research findings, program implementation and results, or innovative solutions. Indicate any commercial support at the end of your abstract, if applicable.

The main author must be registered for the ITI World Symposium 2017 and is responsible for all associated costs (early registration is open until February 28, 2017).

Criteria of evaluation
Abstracts are evaluated according to the criteria below:

  • Goals, hypothesis, & background
  • Methodology
  • Results & conclusions

The Scientific Program Committee will review all abstracts that comply with the above guidelines.

The final posters will also be evaluated according to the above criteria as well as:

  • Clarity of layout & graphics