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ITI Poster Competition

Call for Abstracts

The call for abstracts for the ITI World Symposium 2020/2021 is closed.


Prizes for the ITI Poster Competition

The best poster presentation in each of the 7 categories:

  • Basic Research
  • Biomaterials & GBR
  • Clinical Research (Surgery)
  • Clinical Research (Prosthodontics)
  • Clinical Case Reports (Surgery)
  • Clinical Case Reports (Restorative)
  • Esthetic Outcomes

will win a three-year digital ITI Membership worth USD 880 as well as a award plaque.


All accepted poster presentations will be be pusblished as a supplement to the IPJ (International Poster Journal of Dentistry and Oral  Medicine) on the website of Quintessence Publishing.



May 2, 2019   Abstract submission portal opens
11:59 pm (CET) October 31, 2019     Deadline for abstract submission
December 2019    

Notification of acceptance will be made via e-mail along with the poster guidelines

July 12, 2021

Deadline for poster submission



How to submit your abstract

Submission closed.


Guidelines for your abstract

Your abstract may have a maximum of 700 words, must be written in English and 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. A maximum of 2 abstracts may be submitted by each presenting author.

Every presenting author who is accepted for the poster competition must be a registered participant of the ITI World Symposium 2020 and may register at the student rate (ITI/Non-ITI). The presenting author is responsible for all costs associated with travel and accommodation. More information follow with the acceptance letter.

Presenting authors provide their email address on their poster so they can be contacted by World Symposium participants.

Presenters must obtain patients’ consent to use and show their data. If a presenter does not have this consent, all the data must be appropriately anonymized.


Criteria of evaluation

Research abstracts are evaluated according to the criteria below: Non-research related abstracts are evaluated according to the criteria below:
  • Goals, hypothesis  & background
  • Goals, materials & background
  • Methodology
  • Methodology
  • Results & conclusions
  •  Results & conclusions

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

The final posters will be evaluated on-site according to the above criteria as well as:

  • Clarity of layout & graphics


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4052 Basel, Switzerland

ITI World Symposium | Singapore May 14-16 2020

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