Terms & Conditions

General terms and conditions of registration and abstract submission

  1. All entry data is stored on the servers of the GWDG. This includes registration and abstract information. Participants and speakers may at any point request their information deleted. If such a request has been made, the person will be notified of the deletion of their data and the resultant withdrawal of participation and/or abstract submission.
  2. The data will not be shared with any third party entities for the purpose of advertisement at any point of time.
  3. All registration data will be deleted 6 months after the conference. Data such as demography, number of attendees  and category of attendees will be extracted for analysing statistics for the conference.
  4. Registration entries will be downloaded and stored on local computers throughout the conference, in order for registration to be possible.
  5. Abstracts will be extracted from the online database following the abstract submission deadline. They will then be distributed anonymously to our reviewers. We note that our reviewers are students in the Neurizons organizing committee. Reviewers have been asked to sign a nondisclosure agreement prior to participation, furthermore, they will not be informed of the outcome directly.
  6. Abstract outcomes will be sent to the first author of the abstract. The results of the abstracts will only be known to the presenters and Neurizons organizing committee until confirmation of participation has been given to the Neurizons organizing committee.
  7. If you have agreed to publish your abstract in the booklet, it will be available on the online booklet on the Neurizons website from a few weeks before the start of the conference and throughout the duration of the conference. It is the belief of the Neurizons organizing committee that the abstracts should remain available online after the conference has ended. However, participants who would like their abstracts removed after Neurizons are requested to inform the Neurizons organizing committee in writing.
  8. The organizer reserves the right to remove any abstract that does not comply with the above rules and conditions.
  9. In the event of a data breech, all participants will be informed by email directly from the Neurizons organizing committee.
  10. Photographs will be taken on-site during the conference for the purpose of promotions and advertisement of the conference.
  11. All emails about Neurizons that do not originate from the official Neurizons email (neurizons@mpinat.mpg.de), should be considered spam. If you are in doubt or have questions, feel free to reach out to us.