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Edition/publication of the webiste:

S2S Future

University of Rennes 1

2 rue du Thabor - CS 46510

35065 Rennes CEDEX FRANCE


Tel.: 02 23 23 57 27

Email: itn-s2s-future@univ-rennes1.fr


Company name: Etablissement public national scientifique, culturel et professionnel

Share capital: 000 €

Siret number: 19350936100013

RCS: Non Inscrit au Registre du Commerce et des Sociétés

VAT number: FR 70 193509361 


Director of the publication:

Cécile ROBIN

Agency in charge of the creation of the website:

COGNIX SYSTEMS - RCS Rennes B 444 724 462

Website hosting:

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Headquaters: 140 quai du Sartel - 59100 ROUBAIX - France


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This website uses the “WebGazelle CMS 2.0” content management solution, developed by Cognix Systems, which benefits from technologies that limit the spending of energy resources.


The programme “More Web, Less Energy” of Cognix Systems aims to set up a sustainable development model, reconciling an increase in the quality of our solutions and our services, with a significant reduction in our energy consumption.


Protection of privacy and personal data:

The data is collected for the sole purpose of establishing a professional relationship with users.

Personal data is kept by S2S Future for a reasonable period.

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The right of access and rectification foreseen in Article 34 and following of the aforementioned law can be claimed by mail to the address: S2S Future University of Rennes 1 - 2 rue du Thabor - CS 46510 35065 Rennes CEDEX


Reproduction rights:

The entire website falls under French and international legislation on copyright and intellectual property rights. All reproduction rights are reserved, including iconographic and photographic representations. The reproduction of the entire website or a part of it on any medium is strictly prohibited unless there is an explicit authorization of the director of the publication.



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In order to ensure its security and to guarantee the access to all, this website uses software to control the flow on the website, to identify unauthorized attempts to connect or change information, or any other actions that may cause damage. Unauthorized attempts to load information, alter information, aimed at causing damage and in general any attack on the availability and integrity of this website are strictly prohibited and will be punished by the penal code. Thus Article 323-1 of the penal code foresees that accessing or remaining fraudulently in an automated data processing system (such as a website) or in its part will be punished by two years’ imprisonment and by a fine of 30 000 euros. Article 323-3 of the same code foresees that the fact of fraudulently introducing data into an automated processing system or fraudulently deleting or modifying the data it contains is punishable by five years' imprisonment and by a fine of 75 000 euros.


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S2S-FUTURE project gathers an outstanding European research and training network of 15 PhD students, hosted at world-leading academic institutions and industrial companies, whose aim is to develop the S2S paradigm as a powerful vector for understanding sedimentary accumulations as natural resources.

The project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 860383.