Overcoming Disabilities with Orthopaedic Research
Shadows of Dance
Musculoskeletal researchers work day and night to able the quality of diseased and injured patients’ lives. This attempt is a complex symphonic team work, and if you think you have photographs, we would kindly like you to submit them to our EORS2020 contest and exhibition. Art is an inevitable component of science and research, and we believe your contribution will add a distinct value to our meeting. The contest and exhibition is open to amateur and professional photographers registered to the EORS 2020, Izmir Annual Meeting.
The main theme of the contest and exhibition is overcoming disability by research. All sections will be digital. Color, monochrome and/or black & white photographs are welcome.
Participants certify the submitted photographs are their own and permit the reproduction of all or part of the photographs free of charge for publication and/or display in media related to the contest and exhibition. This may include low resolution posting on the website. The contest and exhibition assumes no liability for any misuse of copyright. An entry may be rejected when the organization, in its reasonable discretion, believes the entry does not conform to contest and exhibition rules and conditions. Selected photographs will be displayed throughout the congress and award winners will receive the printed book of the exhibition and contest.
Photographs, that should be named, should be sent via e-mail. No printed photos or those saved on a CD/DVD will be admitted. They must be in jpg/jpeg format with a resolution of 300 dpi, a maximum length (horizontally or vertically) of 1920 pixels and a file size of at least 1 Mb and a maximum of 4 Mb.
Evaluation of the photographs will be by (a) Hulki Muradi MD (EFIAP) Photographer, (b) Nizamettin Düzgün MD (EFIAP) Photographer, (c) Tahsin Altinok Eng. (EFIAP) Photographer, and (d) Murat Telli Graphic Artist, Photographer
Professor Dr. Volkan ÖZTUNA
Contest and Exhibition Team Leader