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Invitation

 

Dear Friends and Collegues,

It is our great pleasure to invite you to the International Congress on Adhesive Dentistry (IAD 2020) jointly organized by the Turkish Society of Adhesive Dentistry (ADD) and by the Turkish Society of Restorative Dentistry (RDD), on June 5th to 6th 2020 in Istanbul, Turkey. The theme of the congress is “Adhesion of Continents” and the scientific programme features 11 speakers from Japan, USA, Belgium, Switzerland and Turkey who are masters in the field of adhesive dentistry. This event will bring together and promote international exchange of the latest concepts, innovative techniques and development ideas in the field of adhesive dentistry, offering a unique opportunity to participants interacting with distinguished professionals and researchers. The latest key research in adhesion will be presented and discussed by some of the Japan’s leading experts and there will also be poster and oral sessions for the participants.
Apart from excellent scientific content, a satisfying social program will offer you to have a congress you will never forget. There will also be time to explore İstanbul, one of the most beautiful cities in the world where Asia and Europe meet. You will love the Bosphorus, World Heritage Sites and the famous Turkish cuisine.
We kindly ask you to come along and present your scientific research or interesting clinical cases to the adhesive world. Please prepare your abstracts and submit them before the March 31, 2020 deadline and remember that early registration saves you money. You will find all the information you need on our website.
The whole organising team is waiting to see you in Istanbul on June 5-6, 2020.
Kind Regards

 

Prof. Dr. Sema Belli
President
Turkish Society of Adhesive Dentistry
Prof. Dr. Esra Can
President
Turkish Society of Restorative Dentistry

 

Committees

Organization Committee
Prof. Dr. Junji Tagami
Prof. Dr. Hidehiko Sano
Prof. Dr. Masashi Miyazaki
Prof. Dr. Satoshi İmazato
Prof. Dr. Sema Belli
Prof. Dr. Esra Can Say
Prof. Dr. Gürcan Eskitaşcıoğlu
Prof. Dr. Füsun Özer
Prof. Dr. Şebnem Türkün

Local Organization Committee

Prof. Dr. Sevil Gürgan
Prof. Dr. Nimet Ünlü
Prof. Dr. Bahar Kuru
Prof. Dr. Mehmet Ali Kılıçarslan
Prof. Dr. Şaziye Sarı
Prof. Dr. Batucan Yaman
Prof. Dr. Pınar Kursoğlu
Prof. Dr. Senem Selvi Kuvvetli
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Safa Tuncer


Scientific Committee
Scientific Committee Chair
Prof. Dr. Junji Tagami (Tokyo Medical and Dental University)

Prof. Dr. Hidehiko Sano (Hokkaido University)
Prof. Dr. Masashi Miyazaki (Nihon University)
Prof. Dr. Satoshi İmazato (Osaka University)
Prof. Dr. Bart Van Meerbeek (KU Leuven)
Prof. Dr. Masahiro Yoshiyama (Okayama University)
Prof. Dr. Toru Nikaido (Asahi University)
Prof. Dr. Füsun Özer (University of Pensylvania)
Prof. Dr. Funda Yanikoğlu (Kent University)
Prof. Dr. Haşmet Ulukapı (Okan University)
Prof. Dr. Yasemin Benderli Gökçe (İstanbul University)
Prof. Dr. Figen Seymen (İstanbul University)
Prof. Dr. Murat Türkün (Ege University)
Prof. Dr. Yıldırım Hakan Bağış (Ankara University)
Prof. Dr. Marcello Giannini (University of Campinas)
Prof. Dr. Mine Üçtaşlı (Gazi University)
Prof. Dr. Mutlu Özcan (University of Zurich)
Prof. Dr. Zafer Çehreli (Hacettepe University)
Prof. Dr. İvana Miletic (University of Zagreb)
Prof. Dr. Banu Ermiş (Süleyman Demirel University)
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yasushi Shimada (Okayama University)
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Alireza Sadr (University of Washington)

Honorary Guests
Prof. Dr. Fatma Koray
Prof. Dr. Saadet Gokalp
Prof. Dr. Berrin Dayangac
Prof. Dr. Mübin Soyman
Prof. Dr. Nuran Ulusoy
Prof. Dr. Taner Yücel
Prof. Dr. Sami Büyükgökçesu
Prof. Dr. Hüma Ömürlü
Prof. Dr. Ferit Özata
Prof. Dr. David Pashley
Prof. Dr. Yasuko Momoi
Prof. Dr. Raymond Bertolotti
Prif. Dr. Shigehisa Inokoshi
Prof. Dr. Guido Vanherle
Prof. Dr. David Rudo

 

Speakers

Prof. Dr. Junji Tagami
Prof. Dr. Hidehiko Sano
Prof. Dr. Masashi Miyazaki
Prof. Dr. Satoshi İmazato
Prof. Dr. Masahiro Yoshiyama
Prof. Dr. Toru Nikaido
Prof. Dr. Füsun Özer
Prof. Dr. Bart Van Meerbeek
Prof. Dr. Zafer Çehreli
Prof. Dr. Mutlu Özcan
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yasushi Shimada

Scientific Program

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General Information

Congress Information


Turkey has a unique geography. It is a bridge connecting not only East and West, but also the past and the future. İstanbul, the country’s cultural capital, has been an attractive settlement for various civilizations since ancient times. Today, the city is visited each year by millions of travelers who come to catch a glimpse of its ancient city walls, enchanted churches, palaces and mosques, while savoring the delightful tastes of the city’s rich cuisine. İstanbul offers an unforgettable experience with its colorful daily life and dynamic nightlife. It is also an attractive destination for international meetings with its world class accommodation and convention facilities. İstanbul, Dersaadet, Konstantiniye, Byzantion, the many names of this city is a reflection of its many faces. As the only city in the world situated on two continents -Asia and Europe- İstanbul has proved an attractive settlement for various civilizations since ancient times. Thanks to its rich history, colorful daily life and dynamic spirit, İstanbul continues to offer a once in a lifetime experience to its visitors. The largest city in modern Turkey, Istanbul’s cultural diversity, state of the art accommodation alternatives, unique blend of modern and traditional dining and entertainment options and stunningly rich history makes the 2010 European Capital of Culture an ideal destination for business organizations and leisure trips.

Historic Peninsula

As the former capital of the Byzantine and Ottoman empires, present day İstanbul retains the history that emerged from the city and integrates its historical values to the modern life. Sultanahmet, located at the center of the historic peninsula, is where most of the Istanbul’s famous historical sights are located. Hagia Sophia and the Blue Mosque are both situated in this dynamic part of the city. A few hundred meters away is the world famous Grand Bazaar, which for the past six centuries has been a center for the trading of gold and authentic Turkish products. The nearby Basilica Cistern (Yerebatan Sarnıcı) is a breathtaking venue for banquets and special events. No visit to İstanbul is complete without crossing the beautiful Golden Horn, the natural harbor opening to the Bosphorus- and relaxing on the green parks that stretch along the shore to enjoy magnificent sunsets. With their mixed Turkish, Greek and Jewish quarters, Eyüp, Fener and Balat are ideal for those who feel in the mood for a little time travel. The Greek Orthodox Patriarchate, which administers 85 churches, stands in the Fener district. North of the historic peninsula, across the Golden Horn, is Galata, crowned by the Galata tower. Galata, Beyoğlu and the İstiklal Street accommodate much of the city’s nightlife venues. On the nearby front of Karaköy, you can find İstanbul Modern, a museum with exhibitions of contemporary Turkish art.

The Heart Of The City: Beyoğlu

Beyoğlu, Istanbul’s culture and entertainment center, has always been a meeting point for cultures and peoples. The multiculturalism of this vibrant district is abundantly reflected in architecture, daily life and culinary culture. İstiklal Street is the heart of this large district full of cinemas, theaters, restaurants, cafes, bars, and clubs and almost every visitor to İstanbul is attracted by the bright lights of the Street. North of the Taksim Square is the newer part of the city. High skyscrapers rise from Levent and Maslak, the main business districts, reflecting a different skyline from the old city. Moving forward to Kurtuluş, Osmanbey and Nişantaşı with neoclassical and Art Nouveau buildings, time starts to flow backwards. However modern cafes and shops are just around the corner to surprise you.

The Spectacular Bosphorus

The Bosphorus, separating Asia and Europe, is the ultimate treasure and beauty of İstanbul, where the city breathes. Both banks of the Bosphorus are decorated by characteristic, wooden waterside mansions, symbols of the old tradition of large, wealthy families residing on the Bosphorus shores. Fishing dominates life on the Bosphorus thanks to the fertile sea that brings shoals of fresh fish daily and on every shore of the Bosphorus are restaurants serving delicious seafood. North of Beşiktaş, you arrive at Ortaköy, whose cafés, restaurants and bars are enjoyable day or night. The districts beyond Ortaköy on the European side of the Bosphorus all have great natural beauty and places of entertainment: Kuruçeşme, Arnavutköy, Bebek, Rumelihisarı, Baltalimanı, Emirgan, İstinye, Yeniköy, Tarabya, Kireçburnu, Büyükdere, Sarıyer and Rumelifeneri are all charming districts.

Stepping To Asia

Across the Bosphorus to east is the Asian side centered on the historical districts of Üsküdar and Kadıköy. Üsküdar is symbolized by the Maiden Tower located on an islet just off the shore. The coasts of the Asian side are characterized by picturesque neighborhoods of Beykoz,Paşabahçe, Çubuklu, Kanlıca, Anadolu Hisarı, Kandilli, Çengelköy, Beylerbeyi, Kuzguncuk and Paşalimanı. These districts once hosted the grand summer houses of the Ottoman elite. Growing steadily, today this beautiful land is a vital part of the cultural life of İstanbul. Üsküdar and Kadıköy are quite popular with sea-side cafes, parks and traditional restaurants serving popular Turkish dishes.

Visitor Information

Climate & Clothing
June in Istanbul is the start of spring, with longer, warmer days. The average temperature for the month is 25 °C, with highs of a very reasonable 16 °C. The temperature does fall significantly overnight and visitors can expect lows of around 11 °C. As days are pleasantly warm, but temperatures may fall a bit at night. Medium-weight and summer apparel: Light woolies or long sleeved cotton for the evenings are suggested

Currency and Exchange
The Turkish currency is Turkish Lira (TL ₺). Foreign money can be exchanged at banks on business days (09.00 - 17.00 Monday-Friday) as well as in hotels, at the airport and in bureaux de change. All major credit cards are accepted in most hotels, restaurants and shops. Automated bank machines are available at many points throughout the city and at the airport.

Electricity
The electrical power supply in Turkey is 220 volts. Outlets are standard European.

Restaurants and Turkish Cuisine
There is a wide choice of restaurants in Istanbul offering a broad spectrum ranging from excellent national cuisine to first class international dishes. Traditional Turkish cuisine is famous for its specialties prepared with fresh vegetables. There are numerous quality restaurants as well as fast-food shops in the vicinity of the hotels reserved for this meeting.

Shopping
One of the most enjoyable parts of a trip to Turkey is shopping for the rich variety of Turkish crafts. Istanbul is a shopping paradise with its Covered Bazaar as well as modern malls. In the Covered Bazaar, bargaining over the sale price with shop traders is expected.

Time
Turkey is 2 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).

Tipping
Although service charge is included in most restaurants, leaving a tip at one’s own discretion is appreciated.

Visa
Turkey does not apply visa for visitors from many countries or a visa can be obtained easily at the airport. However, visitors from some countries might still need to apply for visa before travelling. Please check http://www.mfa.gov.tr/default.en.mfa for your country.

About Istanbul

Congress Dates
5-6 June, 2020

Congress Center
The congress will be held in Harbiye Military Musemum & Convention Center İstanbul


Language
The official language of the congress is English.

Airport Transportation
You can buy a special roundtrip Airport transportation (Airport – Hotel – Airport) from congress website. For more details please visit “Registration & Hotel Accommodation” page

Certificate of Attendance
Certificate of attendance will be provided to all registered attendants.

Badges
Badges will be distributed at the registration desks. Participants without badges will not be admitted to the congress activities.

Speaker's Ready Room
Speakers’ Ready Room will be located at the congress venue and will be operating during the congress with its high technology equipment.

Registration & Accommodation



Registration fees On or Before 20 March 2020 After 14 March 2020
Member ( * ) 950.-TL 1050.-TL
Non-Member 1300.-TL 1500.-TL
Postgraduate Students 800.-TL 900.-TL

• Above registration fees are inclusive of VAT.
• Registration fees are inclusive of attendance to main scientific program, name badge, certificate of attendance, coffee breaks and lunches during scientific days of the congress.
• (*) ADD or RDD members.

CANCELLATIONS AND REFUNDS

• The Congress Secretariat must be notified in writing via email if there is a registration cancellation. Appropriate refunds will be made after the Congress.
• The following cancellation policy will apply:
  o Cancellations received before or on 01 March 2020- 75% refund of the fee.
  o Cancellations received between 01 March 2020 to 01 April 2020- 50% of the fee.
  o Cancellations received on or after 01 April 2020- No Refund

BANK ACCOUNT DETAILS
Bank Name İş Bankası
Branch Name İş Bankası Kadıköy Rıhtım Ticari Şubesi (1394)
Beneficiary Account Name KAİKİ KONGRE YÖNETİMİ VE TURİZM A.Ş.
IBAN TR300006400000113940014630

 

Abstracts

 

Abstract Submission Guidelines

Online Abstract System Procedure

• Authors should open an account on the online abstract system with a username and a password.
• Each participant can submit maximum one abstract as a presenter (1 oral or 1 poster), however can be listed as a co-author in more than abstracts.
• Please do not forget to authorize your abstract by submitting it to the Scientific Committee. Only authorized abstracts will be evaluated. Abstracts that are not submitted but only saved by the authors will not be evaluated.
Abstract deadline is March 31.

Abstract Submission Rules

• Abstracts should not be longer than 300 words.
• Abstract title must be less than 10 words and informative.
• Name, last name, title, institution, country and contact details of the authors should be stated clearly.
• Presenting author should be stated in the system.
• Abstract body should not include any indication about the authors and their personal details.
• The presenter should choose if the abstract is for Original Research or Case reports during the submission.
Case reports can only be presented as Poster Presentation.
• The abstract should Include the following sections.
ORIGINAL RESEARCH : Aim, Materials and Methods, Results, Conclusion
CASE REPORTS : Introduction, Case Report, Conclusion

Acceptance Letters of the Abstracts

• All accepted abstracts will be highlighted in the system and authors will be able to monitor the actual status of their abstracts.
• Presenter author of the accepted abstracts should register to the Congress until the deadline for Early Bird Registration 28 April, 2020.
• Previously published abstracts (in print or any electronic format) or those presented at another meeting are not allowed.
• Acceptance and presentation mode are subject to the decision of the Scientific Committee only.

 

 

Contact

Organization Secretariat

Kaiki Congress and Event Management
Koşuyolu Mahallesi Mahmut Yesari Cad. No : 25, 34718
Kadıköy, İstanbul
Phone : +90 (216) 428 95 51
Fax: +90 (216) 428 95 91
Mail: iad2020@k2-events.com