Instructions for oral presentations

Presentation delivery and upload

All oral presenters for Friday 20th May  should upload their presentation at least 2 hours before the start of the session at the Registration Desk. The session starts at 14.00. It will not be possible to use own laptops on the Friday’s session.

The oral presenters for Saturday 21st May can upload their presentations on Friday 20th May or at least 2 hours before the start of their presentations. It is also possible to use an own laptop. Both Mac and PC computers are allowed.

You may also send your presentation before the congress. The following ways are available:

  1. by e-mail to:
  2. via WeTransfer (see instruction The receiver’s address should be:

Please save you presentation with your name and date/time of presentation as follows: 20 May 14:00 Smith, not just the name of the congress. This will prevent any confusion when loading the presentation on the main computer.


The projection system supports both 16:9 and 4:3 screen format.
Oral Session Presenters can use PowerPoint 2013 or Keynote 6.5.3 presentations.

Preparing Your Media for Onsite Presentation

  • Save your files to a CD-ROM,  USB Storage Device.
  • If you create a CD, make sure that you close or “finalize” your session. If you omit this step, you cannot access the CD from any other computer.
  • When building your presentation, make sure that you include any external files utilized in the same folder as your presentation (i.e., movie files).
  • When creating your media for transportation, copy the entire folder to the disk.
  • Remember to make a back-up copy of your files and transport it in a separate piece of luggage.


  • JPG images are the preferred file format for inserted images.
  • Images inserted into PowerPoint are embedded into the presentation. Images that are created at a setting higher than 75 dpi are not necessary and will only increase the size of your presentation.
  • Try to avoid overloading your presentation with unnecessary images.
  • If necessary you can use music, sound input will be available.


We only supply fonts that are included with Office 2013. If you need a specialized font, it should be embedded into your PowerPoint presentation. For instructions on this process, please click on the following link:


  • It is imperative that you check your movies in the Registration Desk if your presentation contains video files.
  • Please be aware of the size of your video files. In most cases, lower resolution video files are very effective.
  • While we try to support as many PC video formats as possible, we can only accept movies under the following conditions:
    • Please take steps to compress your videos. Uncompressed videos will take longer to upload and will not be better quality than a modern MPEG-4 codec.
    • We can only accept movies created as MPGs, WMVs, or with the following AVI codecs: MPEG-4 (Divx, Xvid, WMVs).
    • Apple Quicktime formats such as MOV, QT, MP4, or DV files are NOT supported in Windows PowerPoint


You can use music in your presentation, sound input will be available.

Instructions for poster presentations

Authors of the posters are kindly requested to follow the instrucions:

  • the posters will NOT be published electronically at the congress
  • paper printout for a poster board, texts in English
  • vertical layout, portrait format
  • maximum size: 841mm (width) x 1189 mm (height); the optimal size is A0
  • minimum size: 700mm (width) x 1000 mm (height)
  • no audiovisual equipment will be allowed for the poster presentations
  • posters must be prepared for display in the poster area on Friday 20th May 2015 from 14.00 hours till Saturday 21st May 2016 18.00 hours

Assistants will be available on site to provide you with the material needed to attach your poster to its stand.

We would like to thank all the authors for their contribution and preparation the posters.


  • Different protocols for tooth transplantation
  • Autotransplantation to anterior maxilla
  • Transplantation of impacted teeth
  • Bone preservation and regeneration