Free Circulation of Scientists

The principle of the Universality of Science is fundamental to scientific progress. This principle embodies freedom of movement, association, expression and communication for scientists, as well as equitable access to data, information and research materials. In pursuing its objectives with respect to the rights and responsibilities of scientists, we actively uphold this principle, and, in doing so, we oppose any discrimination. Participationion at this conference is open to all nationalities, religions, genders, political views, ages or any other factors. We explicitly encourage a varied and diverse participation.   

Code of Conduct

Our mission is to offer an on-line conference environment to report and discuss new results of fundamental research in astroparticle physics from the past two years. The environment should be save and comfortable for all participants. We expect participants to follow basic standards of respectful and professional behaviour towards all other participants, irrespective of nationality, religion, gender, political views or age. Be mindful of cultural sensitivities of other particpants. Participants are to follow good scientific practice and adhere to the common standards of publication ethics. They  should refrain from any sort of abusive language or behaviour that could be interpreted as harassment. 

Complaints or breaches at the ICRC 2021 can be reported to our ombudspersons. Together with the conference organisers, they will react swiftly and appropriately.

sonja.gebert@desy.dehanna.lena.lemp@desy.de (deputy )
Equal Opportunity
anne.oppelt@desy.de | katrin.varschen@desy.de (deputy)