Model Reduction and Surrogate Modeling (MORe2024)

9-13 Sep 2024 La Jolla, California (United States)


Photo by Erik Jepsen / UC San Diego

NSF Code of Conduct

Dear NSF/Conference/Symposia/Workshop Participant:

This event is supported all or in part by the NSF under Award No. [forthcoming] and is governed by the NSF PAPPG which became effective January 30, 2023. Note that Chapter II.F.9 of this guide requires that we provide all event participants with information on the University’s policy on sexual harassment, other forms of harassment and sexual assault as well as information about how to report any violations of such policy. For purposes of this requirement, “other forms of harassment” is defined as “Non-gender or non-sex-based harassment of individuals protected under federal civil rights laws, as set forth in organizational policies or codes of conduct, statutes, regulations, or executive orders.”

The University of California is committed to creating and maintaining a community dedicated to the advancement, application, and transmission of knowledge and creative endeavors through academic excellence, where all individuals who participate in University programs and activities can work and learn together in an atmosphere free of harassment, exploitation, or intimidation.

The University has policies, which prohibit discrimination, harassment, and sexual violence and address how to report such violations. These policies include the University of California Policy on Discrimination, Harassment, and Affirmative Action in the Workplace, the University of California Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment, the UC San Diego Procedures for Discrimination and Harassment Complaint Resolution. These policies cover admission, employment, access, and treatment in University programs and activities.

The UC Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment addresses sexual violence, sexual harassment, and retaliation (“Prohibited Conduct”). This Policy outlines the University’s responsibilities and procedures related to Prohibited Conduct in order to ensure an equitable and inclusive education and employment environment free of sexual violence and sexual harassment. UC San Diego Guidelines cover discrimination and harassment on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender, gender expression, gender identity, gender transition status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, medical condition (cancer-related or genetic characteristics), genetic information (including family medical history), ancestry, marital status, age, sexual orientation, citizenship, or service in the uniformed services. The Policies applies to all University faculty, staff, and students (undergraduates, graduates, and professional students), and third parties.

The Policy applies at all University campuses, University programs and activities, the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Medical Centers, the Office of the President, and Agriculture and Natural Resources.

The full text of the Policy can be reviewed on the UCSD Sexual Violence Prevention & Response website or the UC Office of the President website. UCI will respond promptly and effectively to reports of Prohibited Conduct and will take appropriate action to prevent, stop, and remedy conduct violates the Policy.

Confidential resources, including CARE at the Sexual Assault Resource Center, are available to those who have experienced sexual harassment or sexual violence. CARE is on-call 24 hours a day and on weekends throughout the year. Those in need of urgent support during non-business hours, weekends, or holidays, may reach CARE at (858) 534-5793. A survivor can make use of confidential resources at any time, regardless of whether the event has been reported to the Title IX office or other authorities. For more information about UCSD CARE and other support services at UC San Diego, see the CARE at SARC website.

Any person may report incidents of sexual harassment, discrimination or sexual violence to the campus Title IX office, which is named The Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination (OPHD). Contact OPHD by visiting or by calling (858) 534-8298.

Reports to law enforcement can be made to UC San Diego Police Department for on-campus incidents or to the local department where the crime occurred. A confidential advocate from the UCSD CARE Office or UCSD Police Department staff can help determine which police department to contact. In an emergency, dial 911, or call (858) 534-HELP (4357) to reach the non-emergency phone. Reports to the UCSD Police Department can be made in person at the Campus Services Complex, Building B (map).

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