Protection of personal data
Data used by and provided to AntCom are managed by each institution according to the relevant regulations. Personal data are treated following the best practices established at European and
National level. Any user is free at any time to obtain information about processing and usage of their data.
Data of students applying to obtain an AntCom PhD fellowship will be shared only among the consortium’s members to fulfil the needs of the recruitment’s procedure. The information will be stored at the University of Southern Denmark and shared with the EU for reporting purposes only.
Data protection officer
A designated data protection officer (DPO) who advises employees and students about legislation and rules for data protection is available for consultation at the University of Southern Denmark, i.e. the entity managing the consortium. You can contact SDU’s data protection officer at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have any doubt or question concerning SDU’s handling of your personal information.
AntCom members will only collect/use personal data if relevant to the project. Participants will be duly informed and, if need applies will formally express their consent to the usage of their data, through dedicated forms, both for dissemination and research purposes. Otherwise, data will not be collected.
According to the general data protection regulation (GDPR) and the Danish data protection law, SDU, as data controller, must inform registered individuals about their rights concerning the processing of their personal information.
SDU registers personal data in accordance with the general data protection regulation, specifically paragraphs 6, 9 and 10. Personal data used in research projects are registered under the authority of
the Danish data protection law § 10.
Other countries’ laws on data protection are enforced when events are held in those locations.
Processing and storage
SDU’s data processing is designed to be private and confidential. Personal data are processed and retained within the university’s administrative systems. When the information is no longer needed
for its original purpose, it will either be deleted or stored within SDU’s recordkeeping systems. This strictly applies to all the recruitment procedures implemented by AntCom.
Right of access
Generally, registered individuals can at any time contact SDU (email@example.com) to obtain a record of their personal information stored by SDU systems. This does not apply to personal data relevant to
research projects stored by SDU. For access at other institutions, please contact the beneficiary’s PI, or the AntCom project manager.
Registered individuals have the right to object to the processing of their personal information unless the university is processing the information as part of a research project.
If SDU has obtained consent to process the data from the registered individual, said individual can at any time withdraw their consent. Consequently, the university is not entitled to continue the
processing of data after the consent has been withdrawn.
As far as consent at other institutions, national regulations apply and they may differ from Danish regulations.
Filing a complaint with the Danish Data Protection Agency
Registered individuals can file a complaint concerning the processing of their data with the Danish Data Protection Agency firstname.lastname@example.org.