Cookie Policy

When a user visits our website, the website sends cookies to the user’s PC. Cookies are text files that store information on the hard disk or on the browser of the user. Our website has anonymized technical and analytical cookies of third parties.

Our website uses cookies to ensure proper navigation and functioning of the website, collect aggregate information about how many users visit the website and how, enable navigation according to a set of selected criteria to improve user experience. Cookies are not used to monitor navigation or collect data about habits, tastes, preferences or inclinations that might allow to reconstruct a detailed profile of the user.

Third parties’ cookies that are present on our website collect data in an anonymous form through IP anonymization/masking upon receipt, before any data is memorized or processed to generate statistics about the website experience.

Most Internet browsers automatically accept cookies. The use of cookies in our website is optional and users can disable them at any time by changing the browser’s settings. Changes in the browser’s settings may prevent some functionalities of the website from working properly.

Type Cookie name Purpose of the cookies
Analytical Google Analytics

Utma, _utmb, _utmc, _utmz

These are used in an anonymous form and identify aggregate statistical data on users navigation. They contribute at improving navigation. With respect to creation or last update:

·         Utma expires  after  2 years

·         _utmb expires after 30 minutes

·         _utmc expires as  soon as the session closes

·         _utmz expires after six months




Besides navigation data,  users are free to provide their personal through the conference registration form, the award application form or by sending a communication to the addresses indicated in the website.  Failure to provide those data may prevent validation of the user’s request.

The persons to whom  these personal data refer to are entitled to obtain, at any time whatsoever, confirmation of the existence (or non-existence) of these data, to understand the relevant content and source, to verify accuracy or request integration, update or rectification (article 7 of the Italian Data Protection Code). For the purposes of the same article, the interested parties are also entitled to request cancellation, transformation in an anonymous form or blocking of data treated unlawfully and to challenge data treatment for lawful reasons.

Requests must be addressed:

– by  e-mail:

– by fax: 0639734124

– or by post, For the attention of Giulia Nunziata, Lungotevere Michelangelo 9, 00192, Rome, Italy.