Code of Conduct

All attendees are required to agree with the following code of conduct. Organizers will enforce this code throughout the event. We expect cooperation from everyone to help ensure a safe environment for everybody.


Use of camera and video
SAN adheres to the copyright laws guiding the appropriate sharing of scientific research material, including data. While some presentations may be recorded by the organizers for on demand broadcast with permission from presenters, it is not allowed for attendees to record sessions without explicit written consent from the presenters and the SAN2021 organization. This restriction applies to all the scheduled events in the conference including chat interactions. If you become aware of someone making unauthorized recordings, please contact immediately. Any person or organization recording without authorization may be subject to legal actions by the affected presenter, the organizations they are affiliated with, or by SAN.


SAN Congress material, including videos will be available only for those registered to the congress and will not be archived, uploaded to the networks or broadcasted via streaming unless explicitly allowed by the speakers in writing. Videos whose presenters did not consent to be uploaded to the congress website will be deleted immediately once the activity is over.

Do not share links, slides, poster material or audio/video with unregistered attendees. Individuals should register for the event individually and sharing access links makes the conference more prone to unwanted disruptions. Sharing login credentials will result in an automatic ban from the

Conference Best Practices:
All communication must be carried out in a professional and respectful manner. Live sessions will be moderated and disrespectful messages will not be tolerated.

SAN encourages open intellectual discussion in a welcoming and inclusive environment.

Inappropriate behavior, harassment or offensive acts towards any member of the community is strictly prohibited and will result in removal from the conference and a report to the host institution of the removed attendee will be issued. Inappropriate behavior can be reported to

Be friendly, welcoming and respectful. When discussing with colleagues, disagreement is an unavoidable occurrence and it is important that all discussions are carried out in good faith and seen as an opportunity to improve others and our own work. Be mindful of the tone and words you choose to communicate with others.