A cookie is a small text file that is stored in the website visitor’s computer. Cookies are regularly used in order to improve a website for the user. There are two types of cookies: One type saves a file that is kept on the visitor’s computer. That kind of cookie can, for instance, be used to configure a website based on the choices the visitor makes. The other type is a “session cookie”. These cookies are temporarily stored during a visit to the site, and are removed as soon as the user closes the browser. If you do not want to accept cookies you can turn them off in the browser settings. However, some website functions may not work satisfactory if you turn cookies of completely. You can also configure your browser to warn you every time a website tries to create a cookie on your computer.
Cookies on the SICEC website
On sicec.se a session cookie, with the same name as the website, is set automatically by our web platform. This cookies is required in order for the website to function as planned.
sicec.se uses Google Analytics for web statistics and analytics. This service relies on cookies to collect information about how the visitors use the website, where they come from etc. The information is used in an aggregated and anonymized way in order to improve the website. More information about Google Analytics and cookies.
At the SICEC website we only publish names and pictures of people involved in the SICEC collaboration or of persons having given consent to the publication.
We do not collect any data from visitors, subscribers etc.
The three competetence centres, KCFP at Lund University, CERC at Chalmers University of Technology and CCGEx at Royal Institute of Technology, are responsible data controllers for the personal data they provide to the website.
Right to access personal information
Do you want to know if SICEC handles any personal information about you, please send a signed request to email@example.com. You have the right to know what personal data that we store and use and also to have the data corrected or erased.