This policy describes how the XXXII Conference on Computational Physics (CCP2020) uses and protects any personal information collected when a user accesses and uses its website.
CCP2020 respects the privacy rights of its users and recognizes the importance of protecting information provided by its users.
Use of this website implies that you have read and accepted this policy. If you do not wish to accept this policy, you must discontinue use of this website.
Personal data will only be collected once you register on the website. We only request data that is necessary for your registration and payment, your contribution, and the running of the conference and the associated social program.
Contact data is used for announcements directly relating to the conference and (with consent from the user) can be shared with third parties (conference sponsors, organizers of future CCP conferences). Addresses are used for billing purposes and the issuing of invitation letters. Information relating to contributions submitted (if accepted) will appear in the book of abstracts and related publications as well as the public area of the website. Personal data such as institutions, country of origin, and gender of participants will be used for statistical purposes, but only aggregate numbers will be made public. Financial information is used for billing and receipting purposes.
Some personal data will be shared with service providers for purposes directly related to the conference and the associated social program. For instance, we will share information about dietary requirements with our caterers.
This website uses a single cookie to store the session identifier. No usage and referrer statistics are collected other than in the server logfile, no tracking occurs and no personalization is taking place unless the user logs in. The session cookie expires when the browsing session ends.
This website logs all usage. Our logging captures identifying information such as IP addresses, usernames, browser information, referring pages, and URLs. Logs are primarily used for analytics and troubleshooting and may be used to generate aggregated usage statistics as required by various service agreements.
The organizers will take all reasonable precautions to protect your personal information. However, you acknowledge that there are security and privacy limitations of the Internet which are beyond our control.
Though every effort is made to preserve user privacy, it may be necessary to disclose personal information when required by law, such as in compliance with a court order or other legal or governmental process.
Correcting/Updating/Deleting/Deactivating Personal Information
Personal information held in the registration part of the website can be changed at any time by the user. A user can request deletion of an account and all associated data by emailing email@example.com.
Centre for Fluid and Complex Systems
Faculty for Engineering, Computing and Mathematics
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