Author Registration Policy
Accepted and presented papers in Regular Sessions will be published in the EuCNC’2020 Conference Proceedings and submitted to IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases.
Authors must register prior to submission of the final version of the paper (deadline 2020 May 4th).
Each author/co-author wishing to attend the conference must be registered.
Each paper must be presented by an author/co-author at the conference, unless the TPC Chair grants permission for a substitute presenter.
The conference organisers reserve the right to exclude a paper from distribution after the conference, if the paper is not presented at the conference.
Data Handling Ethics
EuCNC collects personal information from participants, on the strict basis of collecting only data required for registration purposes. These data are not given to third parties, and are used solely for the purposes of the conference series organisation.
EuCNC collects general photos and videos of participants during the conference, for dissemination purposes, posting these photos and videos at the conference public website and on the conference’s social media channels, as well as in conference press materials published online or in print.
EuCNC is a conference organised under the European Union’s guidelines on protection of personal data, namely concerning:
- the “right to be forgotten” – a participant can request the conference organisers to delete his/her information after the conference has finished;
- easy access to one’s data – a participant can request from the conference organisers a copy of his/her information;
- the right to know when one’s data has been hacked – conference organisers commit to inform participants in the eventual case of data being hacked by someone;
- data protection by design and by default – files with participants’ data are stored in secured computers, and the usual secure access procedures are followed.
Event Conduct and Safety Statement Language
IEEE believes that science, technology, and engineering are fundamental human activities, for which openness, international collaboration, and the free flow of talent and ideas are essential. Its meetings, conferences, and other events seek to enable engaging, thoughtprovoking conversations that support IEEE’s core mission of advancing technology for humanity. Accordingly, IEEE is committed to providing a safe, productive, and welcoming environment to all participants, including staff and vendors, at IEEE-related events.
IEEE has no tolerance for discrimination, harassment, or bullying in any form at IEEE-related events. All participants have the right to pursue shared interests without harassment or discrimination in an environment that supports diversity and inclusion. Participants are expected to adhere to these principles and respect the rights of others.
IEEE seeks to provide a secure environment at its events. Participants should report any behavior inconsistent with the principles outlined here, to on site staff, security or venue personnel, or to email@example.com.