Welcome to NWBC 2020!
Nordic Wood Biorefinery Conference (NWBC) is a cooperation between RISE in Sweden and VTT in Finland. The conference gathers expert speakers from the chemical, energy, pulp and paper industry as well as recognized representatives from the global research community. NWBC 2020 is operated by RISE (Research Institutes of Sweden).
What personal data we collect and why we collect it
Due to GDPR we would like to inform you briefly of how and what data we collect from anyone participating at NWBC 2020. Data security and privacy is very important to us and therefore we always try to limit the amount of data which we collect and also make sure to protect this data in the best way we can.
Digital interaction at NWBC 2020
When participating at NWBC, your first- and last name can be seen by other participants currently online. This is simply to increase the chances of interaction between participants while also making sure no one outside of the conference is participating. Depending on your own preference, you may use a personal photograph to go along with your name at NWBC but this is completely optional and requires you to contact email@example.com with a photo.
When using our chat tool, we track your IP in order to see where in the world you are located but this is only to highlight the number of nationalities at NWBC. We do not track or store any private conversations which you have with other participants. The only conversation we store is the one called “global” that is used as a way to communicate with speakers during Q&A sessions.
Contact forms on our website
If you sign up to one of our events or our newsletter, we will need you to fill in some basic contact information (name, e-mail etc.). This data is used for communication purposes only and/or in order to register for the events which we organise.
If you would like to edit, remove or simply see what personal data we have stored, feel free to contact our webmaster Alexander Hertzberg, RISE.
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We are using Google Analytics in order to get statistics from our visitors. The collected data in the form of session cookies, is used only for statistics of general behaviour and cannot identify you as an individual. However, it does help us to get an idea of what specific pages might be popular or what could perhaps be improved.
As the cookies we collect cannot identify you as a person there is no information to export or share.
If you would like to completely avoid cookies, we recommend you to deactivate cookies or set your browser so that it will notify you before saving cookies.
Embedded content from other websites
We do not take any responsibility for the data collected by third parties if you choose to interact with this content.
Who we share your data with
For statistics, we store and therefore share cookies with Google (Analytics) in intervalls of 14 months after which they are removed automatically.
How we protect your data
We use anonymous data for our statistics. We use TLS-security for our website, which means all data between your computer and our server is encrypted, and due to safety reasons there is a limited number of people who can access the data shared with us. You can rest assured therefore that any information shared are in safe hands.