Registration and Abstract Submission
Regrettably, researchers from Russia or Belarus cannot participate in the conference, not even remotely, due to the strict sanctions imposed by the Japanese government. We appreciate your understanding.
Registration fee: none
The University of Tsukuba and the AIST are generously providing a free conference participation.
Deadline abstract submission: March 31, 2023 (see also Calendar)
Submission and registration section is currently closed.
Specific privacy statement for conference registration
We collect and store personal data about registrants of the symposium in a manner consistent with the lawful bases as outlined in the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The following information are collected and stored: name, institution, address, email, phone number, and data of the conference contribution (authors, affiliation, title, abstract, type of paper, workshop interest). This information is used for organisational purpose and to maintain the communication between the organisation committee and the participants. We do not share the data with any other party. By registering for the symposium, you give your consent to collect and store your data at the University of Tsukuba, the AIST, the JST Aihara Moonshot Project, and the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research. The data will be stored for one year after the symposium and then archived for additional 10 years. You can ask us anytime about your personal data that we have collected and stored (email to Norbert Marwan). You can also request to delete your data. But note that then the participation of the symposium cannot be guaranteed anymore.
Participation using teleconferencing system Zoom/ hybrid conference
In order to allow virtual participation, the conference will use the teleconferencing system Zoom provided by Zoom Video Communications, Inc. ("Zoom"), 55 Almaden Boulevard, 6th Floor, San Jose, CA 95113. If you participate in discussions, you and your contributions to the discussion by audio, video and/or chat will be a part of the conference session and will be streamed using the Zoom infrastructure and might be transferred to the USA or other Zoom computing centers in the world. We will not do any recordings of participant discussions sessions. To provide an adequate level of protection for your personal data, Zoom is EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Certified. At the same time, in deference to the other participants of the conference and to ensure compliance with the data protection laws, we kindly ask you to not film, take photos, record or further publish any material of the conference and the following discussion. Also please do not forward the Zoom link to third parties.
Consent on photographs and their use
During the symposium, the organiser will take photographs for the purpose of conference documentation. These may be published on the website of the recurrence plot symposium, used in the symposium documentation and send to the participants. No right or fees can be derived from the consent to use the photographs.
Publication of conference contribution metadata
Authors' names and affiliations, title, and abstract of conference contributions will be published at the conference programme and in the conference abstract booklet, both available on the conference website. Authors have checked their conference contribution for third party copyright conflicts prior to submission.
(last updated: 2023-01-06)