General Terms and Conditions
Fees are exempted of VAT. Exo art. 44 1.s) of Luxembourg VAT law.
In order to enroll for the Conference you have to register at the conference webpage. You will always receive a confirmation of your booking. An automatic reply will immediately follow an on-line registration and in the subsequent business days a complete confirmation will follow once your registration has been processed by our secretariat.
If you do not receive anything, please send an email to the LCSB Conference Office (contact address as stated on the event website) to make sure that we have received your booking.
Conference Application and Admission Processes
If your Conference application is accepted (approved), you are expected to pay immediately in order to confirm your attendance and accommodation (if provided). In this regard, LCSB and its payment provider LD Organisation sprl collects your payment and billing information and will use such information to process your payments.
Online Registration for LCSB events is subject to the following payment conditions:
Cancellation of Registration
Cancellation of registration must be submitted in writing or via email and is valid only with acknowledgement of receipt by the LCSB Conference Office.
Cancellation fees are dependent on the notice given:
Service as an Invited Speaker
If you agree to speak at the Conference, we collect your contact information. In some cases we may also request your biography and photograph. We collect this information to make it available to Conference applicants and attendees. Accordingly, if you agree to speak at an LCSB event, we post on the respective event website your personal information (other than payment information), including your name, employer, physical work address, work email address, work telephone number and work fax number (mostly by means of directing to your institutional website). This is in order to enable the visitors to the LCSB website, including Conference applicants, attendees and speakers to contact you with questions and requests for more information, and to provide feedback if needed.
Usage of Photographic and Video Material taken at LCSB Conference
LCSB takes photographic and video material of participants at the Conference. In registering for an LCSB event you acknowledge that we may include images of yourself intact or in part for material used in various publications, press releases, promotional activities, or other related endeavors. This material may also appear on the LCSB’s internet web page or related social media pages.
Links to other Websites
The LCSB site contains links to other Websites. We encourage our users to be aware when they leave our site and to read the privacy statements for all third-party Websites to understand their procedures for collecting, using, and disclosing visitors' information. LCSB is not responsible for the content of partner Websites.
If you are accepted to the Conference, we will use your personal information to:
We also may share personal information (other than payment information) of Conference attendees (e.g. provided in the abstract book) with the other persons attending the same event. The purpose of this is to enable Conference attendees to contact each other (prior to) after the Conference, for networking purposes.
The personal information provided by you will be held in our database. It may be used to keep you up-to-date with developments in your industry and the conferences organised by LCSB. In the context of the handling of personal data, LCSB follows the law of 2 August 2002 on data protection. You may at any time exercise your right to receive insight into your stored personal information, to access and rectify these data and oppose the storage of your personal data.
Liability and Insurance
LCSB will not assume any responsibility whatsoever for any damage or injury to persons or property during the Conference. The participants are recommended to arrange their personal travel and health insurance.
Applicable Laws and Competence
If no agreement can be reached, any dispute related to the Conference will be taken in charge by the exclusive competence of the Luxembourgish jurisdiction according to Luxembourg law.