Privacy and Cookies Policy

Thank you for visiting the website of the D-HYDROFLEX project. We value your privacy and are committed to safeguarding your personal information. This Privacy and Cookies Policy is intended to provide you with information about how we collect, use, share, and protect your data.

The D-HYDROFLEX Consortium manages the website, which is dedicated to the sharing and circulation of information regarding the research carried out during the project and its resulting findings. By using our website, you consent to the practices described in this policy.


We utilize Google Analytics (GA) for tracking user interactions and generating statistics. This data helps us assess website usage, understand user behavior, and analyze their journey through the site.

Although GA records information such as your geographical location, device, internet browser, and operating system, none of this data personally identifies you. GA anonymizes your computer’s IP address, preventing any personal identification. It’s important to note that Google is considered a third party in this context.

GA relies on cookies, and you can find more details in Google’s developer guides. Our website uses the analytics.js implementation of GA. If you wish to prevent GA from tracking your visit to our website, you can disable cookies in your internet browser settings.

By default, Google Analytics tracks the browsing activities of website visitors to generate anonymized statistics. Google has introduced the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on, which empowers users to prevent the utilization of their data by GA. When our server receives a “Do Not Track” request, the GA tracker is deactivated. You can access the add-on via this link:


Certain pages on our website incorporate social plug-ins provided by external organizations, such as Twitter’s retweet feature. These organizations may collect and utilize personal information related to your interaction with our sites or apps. If you explore our website or access content on our apps, the data they gather could be linked to your account on their respective platforms. To learn more about how these organizations handle personal data, we recommend reviewing their individual privacy policies.


We will retain your personal information for the duration that it remains pertinent and beneficial for the initial purpose for which it was initially gathered, or as mandated by legal obligations (project duration).


Cookies are small text files employed by websites to enhance a user’s browsing experience. Our website exclusively employs essential cookies and does not gather any additional ones. You have the option to configure your browser to provide notifications before accepting cookies or to decline them. However, please note that certain website features may not be accessible if you choose to block cookies. Consult your browser’s ‘help’ section for instructions on how to adjust these settings. Many parts of this website can be accessed and navigated without enabling cookies. If you use multiple computers in different locations, ensure that you adjust each browser to match your cookie preferences.


Our privacy policy is subject to periodic updates to align with changes in legislation or industry advancements. Please note that we may not directly notify our clients or website users of such modifications. Instead, we suggest periodically reviewing this page for any updates to our policy.