- I3M: International Multidisciplinary Modeling & Simulation Conference. Currently, I3M includes the following conferences: EMSS, HMS, MAS, IMAACA, FOODOPS, IWISH, VARE, DHSS, SESDE.
- EMSS: The European Modelling & Simulation Symposium.
- HMS: The International Conference on Harbour, Maritime & Multimodal Logistics M&S.
- MAS: The International Conference on Modeling & Applied Simulation.
- IMAACA: The International Conference on Integrated Modeling and Analysis in Applied Control and Automation.
- DHSS: International Defense and Homeland Security Simulation Workshop.
- IWISH: The International Workshop on Innovative Simulation for Healthcare.
- SESDE: The International Workshop on Simulation for Energy, Sustainable Development & Environment.
- FOODOPS: The International Food Operations & Processing Simulation Workshop.
- VARE: Virtual and Augmented Reality in Education.
- Data controller: Cal-Tek S.r.l., via Spagna 240, 87036 (CS) Italy P.IVA 03133320782, controls any data provided to or collected by I3M.
- Administrator: a person who manage the submission system. Every year he updates the addresses and manages the contents of each submission system of each conference. In particular, he
configures the system (changing template settings and deadlines) and manages all the data regarding the program committee, the papers (abstracts, extended abstracts, draft papers or regular papers; “work” from this moment) with their authors and reviewers.
- Author: a person who writes a work in compliance with our ethics and follows the instructions defined in the conference website. He uploads the work on the submission system providing his mailing address.
- International Program Committee (IPC): the IPC includes Administrators, Chairs and Reviewers. A member of the IPC may have more than one role at the same time. IPC may include also some of authors and members of the OC.
- Submission system: system adopted to manage all the information related to a conference as well as the submission and reviews of papers. There is a specific submission system for each conference reachable directly from his website. IPC members and authors can’t access the system without authentication.
- Data processor: person in charge to use data according to the task defined below.
What data is being collected?
Personal data: first name and family name.
Contact data: telephone numbers, fax, mailing address, residence address, and billing address.
Others: affiliation, data regarding submission (paper ID and conference) and photos.
How we collect data?
We may collect data from different sources:
After the submission of a work on the conference system.
If the customer starts a communication with us (by e-mail, telephone o social media).
After the subscription to our newsletter.
After the sign of "TRANSFER OF COPYRIGHT and POLICY AGREEMENT".
Taking photographs during conferences.
Why we collect your data?
- Upload the programme committee on the submission system, defining the role and privileges of each person (Administrator-Chair-Reviewer).
- Send all the information related to the submission of the paper. This process could be both automatic and manual. The first case is managed directly by the submission system (no profiling is carried out). The second case is managed by the administrator of the system. In particular, they notify the reviews and the camera-ready papers and check payments.
- Process your data to manage and organize the event you have registered, and to send you informative material, follow up, news, and invite you to the events organized by Cal-Tek.
- Process and solve your questions and requests.
- Include your paper and your data in conference proceedings.
Who will it be shared with?
- Data will be shared with msc-les laboratory, our research partner. In particular, papers submitted to I3M will be included in conference proceedings on msc-les website. Proceedings are never removed from this site.
- In order to provide opportunities to its Authors to extend their work for being published, your data can be shared with editors of well-known International Journals.
- In order to manage your registration fees, your data will be shared with a selected third-party by using special scripts.
- Photographs taken during conference will be shared on conference website and social networks.
How long will it be kept?
We will keep your data for as long as we need it for the purpose it is being processed for.
Regarding the informative material and new events, we will keep your data until you ask us the opposite (however up to a maximum of 10 years).
What are your rights?
The right to be informed.
The right to access and rectification.
The right to data portability.
The right to be forgotten.
The right to restrict processing.
The right to withdraw consent.
For further information about it and exercise your rights, please contact us.