Terms and conditions
This website is published by the Institut de physique du globe de Paris (IPGP), a major institution of higher education and research, whose head office is located at 1, rue Jussieu – 75238 Paris cedex 05.
Phone number: +33 (0)1 83 95 74 00
Director of the publication
Marc Chaussidon, IPGP Director
IT department of the IPGP
The texts, pictures and other contents of this website are managed by the communication department of the IPGP.
The information available on this website is provided as a service to the public. Despite all the care taken in transcribing official texts and verifying content and information, the elements put on line cannot, in any way whatsoever, claim to be accurate or exhaustive and cannot engage the responsibility of the IPGP.
The information and documents available on this website may be modified at any time and may be updated.
The IPGP cannot be held responsible for any damage of any kind resulting from the interpretation or use of the information and documents available on this website.
Intellectual property and copyright
In accordance with public intellectual property law, and in particular Article L122-5 of the Intellectual Property Code, “official documents” are freely reusable:
- statements, speeches, press kits and press releases
- circulars, directives and other regulatory documents.
However, it is good practice to mention clearly the source of the content, and if necessary with a link to the original document online at https://www.ipgp.fr
All other content on this website is covered by copyright. Any reuse is therefore subject to the author’s agreement under Article L.122-4 of the Intellectual Property Code.
Non-commercial re-use is authorised, particularly in an educational context, on condition that the integrity of the information is respected and that the meaning, scope and application of the information are not altered and that the origin and date of publication are specified.
The information may not be used for commercial or promotional purposes without the express authorisation of and a licence for the re-use of public information. Commercial or promotional re-use is considered to be the creation of a product or service from the public information that is intended to be made available to third parties, whether free of charge or for a fee.
The photographs presented on this website are not free of rights and cannot be reused without the explicit authorisation of their author.
Requests for authorisation to use content should be sent by e-mail to the teams in charge of the website via the contact form: https://www.ipgp.fr/en/contact-us/
Protection and processing of personal data
Compliance with applicable laws
The website https://www.ipgp.fr respects the privacy of the Internet user and complies strictly with the laws in force on the protection of privacy and individual liberties. No personal information is collected without the user’s knowledge, nor is it given to third parties. Emails are not exploited in any way and are only kept for the time necessary to process them.
Internet users’ rights: right of access and rectification
In accordance with the provisions of law n°78-17 of 6 January 1978 relating to data processing, files and freedoms, Internet users have the right to access, modify, rectify and delete data concerning them. This right can be exercised by writing to the following address: https://www.ipgp.fr/en/contact-us/
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