IUPAC|CHAINS2023 is organized by the Royal Netherlands Chemical Society (KNCV) and the Dutch Research Council (NWO). The KNCV and NWO have entered into an agreement regarding the processing of personal data in the framework of this cooperation. Personal data held by the IUPAC|CHAINS2023 organization are carefully processed and protected in compliance with privacy legislation (GDPR).
IUPAC|CHAINS2023 uses the personal data for various purposes described below:
- registration of IUPAC|CHAINS2023 delegates and visitors
- carrying out admission control for IUPAC|CHAINS2023
- informing delegates and visitors about events they registered for
- managing the (scientific) program
- activities pertaining to IUPAC|CHAINS2023
IUPAC|CHAINS2023 has engaged other parties to process personal data exclusively for IUPAC|CHAINS2023. The organization entered into a processing agreement with these partners.
Participants of IUPAC|CHAINS2023 may be filmed or photographed (for instance in the form of still images). These films, photographs and still images will be used for reporting purposes of the conference and/or future NWO CHAINS editions, and will be published on the KNCV and NWO websites, social media channels and newsletters. KNCV and NWO will not share scientific content without prior consent of the involved researcher(s).
For more information, please see our Privacy Notice.
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