[Web Sponsor]

Who we are

EUROPT(R)ODE Permanent Steering Committee (EUROPT(R)ODE PSC)
c/o Prof. Guillermo Orellana
Dpmt. of Organic Chemistry Complutense
University of Madrid
28040 Madrid (Spain)

Our website is:https://europtrode.org

Terms of use

By accessing this website, you agree not to incur in any activity that may be considered illicit or illegal, that infringe the rights of EUROPT(R)ODE PSC or third parties, or that may damage, overload or deteriorate the service or its proper functioning.


All the information contained in this website is published for information purposes only. EUROPT(R)ODE PSC declines all responsibility for the maintenance and updating of this data. Although every effort will be made to ensure that all the information contained on the website is accurate, the existence of errors in the contents of this website cannot be ruled out.

Information we collect

This website does not collect personal data from users without their knowledge, nor is it transferred to third parties.

The personal information that you are asked to provide, and the reasons why you are asked to provide it, will be made clear to you at the point we ask you to provide your personal information.

If you contact us directly via the contact form, we may receive additional information about you such as your name, email address, phone number, the contents of the message and/or attachments you may send us, and any other information you may choose to provide.

Data retention

The personal data provided by the users, either through the contact forms or through the user registration on the website, will be kept for the time necessary to fulfill the purpose for which they are collected.

Data communication

In general, personal data will not be communicated to third parties, except for legal obligations.

Responsible for the treatment

The personal data that could be collected directly from the user will be treated confidentially and will be incorporated into the corresponding treatment activity owned by EUROPT(R)ODE PSC.

Embedded content from other websites

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