IADR Unilever Hatton Competition & Awards

This award is open to the Divisions of the IADR. CED-IADR holds its own competition (CED-IADR Robert Frank Competition) to select its candidates for the IADR Unilever Hatton Competition & Awards. The successful candidates must be in a position to attend the IADR General Session & Exhibition and compete in the IADR Hatton Competition & Awards.

Conditions

  1. You have to be a current CED-IADR member.
  2. Apply to the yearly CED-IADR Robert Frank Award Competition at a CED/PER-IADR meeting.
  3. Be a CED-IADR Robert Frank Award Competition winner.
  4. Be selected by the CED-IADR committee jury of the 'Robert Frank Award Winners' to represent the CED-IADR at “IADR Unilever Hatton Competition & Award” at the upcoming IADR Meeting.


NOTE: You cannot apply directly for the ‘IADR Unilever Hatton Competition’. 

IADR Hatton Competition & Awards is supported by Unilever Oral Care and by IADR.

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Conditions once selected by the CED-IADR

Once you are selected by the CED-IADR Robert Frank committee jury to represent the CED-IADR at “IADR Unilever Hatton Competition & Award” at the upcoming IADR Meeting you MUST submit an abstract and biosketch form via the IADR Meeting Abstract Submission site to the IADR Global Headquarters by the abstract deadline date. 

Presentation:

Candidates will present their research in an oral presentation format (up to 10 minutes verbal presentation, and a question-and-answer period not to exceed 5 minutes). English language facility should not be a factor when the work is judged; however, the ability to communicate effectively with the reviewers is desirable. Competitors will be present during the judging to present their research and answer any questions the judges may have. Hatton competitors will be scheduled a second time to present their science to the general public in a poster presentation. Detailed instructions regarding the oral and poster presentations will be sent to all competitors.  Entries in the three categories will be judged separately. 

Judging Criteria:

In judging, the IADR Awards Review Committee will weigh participation as follows: 40% for verbal presentation, 30% for question-and-answer period, and 30% for scientific merit. 

The following will be considered: 

  1. originality and design of the investigation;
  2. quality of the data produced;
  3. suitability of the methods of analysis used;
  4. scientific value of the work;
  5. quality of the poster presentation;
  6. demonstrated mastery of the subject.

Winners that represented CED-IADR at IADR Unilever Hatton Competition & Awards

In 2017:

  • Herman Agis (Vienna, Austria)
  • Florian Beck (Vienna, Austria)
  • Marco Tatullo (Crotone, Italy)
The winners will represent CED-IADR at the IADR Unilever Hatton Award Competition 2018 at IADR/PER General Session in London, UK (July 25-28, 2018) 


In 2016:

  • Stevan Cokic (Leuven, Belgium)
  • Mariano N. Pedano (Leuven, Belgium)
  • Eva Klaric Sever (Zagreb, Croatia)
The winners will represent CED-IADR at the Hatton Award Competition 2017 at IADR General Session in San Francisco, Calif., USA (March 22-25, 2017)


In 2015:

  • Aliye Akcali (Izmir, Turkey)
  • Richard Miron (Bern, Switzerland)
  • Michael Wolf (Bonn, Germany)

The winners will represent CED-IADR at the Hatton Award Competition 2016 at IADR General Session in Seoul, Korea  (June 22-25, 2016)

In 2014:

  • Ana Badovinac (Zagreb, Croatia)
  • Masanao Inokoshi (Leuven, Belgium)
  • Idan Redenski (Jerusalem, Israel)

The winners will represent CED-IADR at the Hatton Award Competition 2015 at IADR General Session in Boston, USA (March 11-14, 2015)

In 2013:

  • Michael Wolf (Bonn, Germany)
  • Andrei Ionescu (Milan, Italy)
  • Ivana Nedeljkovic (Leuven, Belgium)

The winners will represent CED-IADR at IADR Unilever Hatton Competition in Cape Town, South Africa (June 25-28, 2014).

In 2012:

  • Ashvin Babbar (London, UK)
  • Sasha Dimitrova-Nakov (Paris, France)
  • Martin Schimmel (Geneva, Switzerland)

All 3 CED-IADR Robert Frank Award winners in Helsinki were selected to participate in the Hatton Award competition that took place during the 2013 General Session in Seattle, WA, USA (June 20-23, 2013).

In 2011:

  • Clémentine Ribeyron (Lyon, France)
  • Guavri Caliaperoumal (Paris, France)
  • Susanne Proksch (Freiburg, Germany)
  • Péter Stiedl (Budapest, Hungary)

All 4 CED-IADR Robert Frank Award winners in Budapest were selected to participate in the Hatton Award competition that took place during the 2012 General Session in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (June 20-23, 2012).

In 2010:

  • Orsolya Hegyesi (Budapest, Hungary)
  • Aline de Almeida Neves (Leuven, Belgium)
  • Azin Azari (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
  • Wijnand Teeuw (Budapest, Hungary)

All 4 CED-IADR Robert Frank Award winners in Barcelona were selected to participate in the Hatton Award competition that took place during the 2011 General Session in San Diego, CA, USA.

In 2009:

  • Athina Bakopoulou (Thessaloniki, Greece)
  • C-Yu-Chih Chiang (Munich, Germany)

    The winners represented the CED-IADR at IADR Unilever Hatton Competition in Barcelona, Spain during 2010.

IADR Unilever Hatton Competition & Awards