Privacy policy

When you visit our website some personal information may be collected by the IAS. We will only use such information for the purposes of (i) administering certain programmes as identified to you at the time of collection, (ii) a form where the information is no longer identifiable with you, for statistical and marketing analyses and (iii) registration to on of the conference for which IAS is an organizer or co-organizer.

The IAS is committed to protecting your privacy and takes its responsibilities regarding the security of your information very seriously. The IAS requires certain information to allow your registration. The IAS collects the details provided by you, together with information it learns about you form your use of IAS service and your visits to IAS websites and other sites accessible from them. The IAS also collects information about the transactions you undertake including details of payment cards used. The IAS will also use your contact details to communicate with you.

The information that you provide to the IAS will be held in the IAS systems, which are located on our premises or those of an appointed third party. The IAS may also allow access to your information by other third parties who act for the IAS, namely for the purposes of registration, accommodation, travel and for abstract submission. Should the IAS consider possible to disclose some of your information to third parties beyond the scope of purposes stated above, you will be notified before giving such information to the IAS.

In using an IAS website, you consent to the collection and use of this information in the ways described above. Should you have any question in relations to this privacy policy, please contact us at

If the IAS decides to change its Privacy Policy, those changes will be mentioned on this page so that you are always aware of what information is collected, how the IAS uses it and in what circumstances such information may be disclosed.