Abstracts of all presentations
Click [here] to view the final programme with names and presentation titles.
33 people presented their work either as a talk or as a poster presentation. Click on a (corresponding author) name to view the abstract.
Adonio Lugo
Ana Santos
Anette Jørgensen
Angela Van der Kloof
Anne Jensen
Bernhard Snizek
Brian Deegan
Damir Soh
Elisabeth Lorenzi
Emma Bill
Flora Ogilvie
Gary Armstrong
Godwin Yeboah
Hans Skov-Petersen
Henrietta Sherwin
Henriette Jensen
Ian Perry
Jan van Duppen
Jason Meggs
John Parkin
Joost de Kruijf
Katalin Tóth
Katrina Jungnickel
Kiron Chatterjee
Mark Forshaw
Paul McIlvenny
Pete Wood
Peter Cox
Sara Basterfield
Susan Handy
Tim Jones
Trine Agervig Carstensen
Viktoria Wesslowski

Slides from talks

Subject to presenter agreement, slides are being uploaded. Click on a name to view the slides.

Anette Jørgensen
Anne Jensen
Damir Soh
Elisabeth Lorenzi
Hans Skov-Petersen
Henriette Jensen
Jason Meggs
John Parkin
Kiron Chatterjee
Pete Wood
Peter Cox
Tim Jones
Trine Agervig Carstensen

Posters

Subject to presenter agreement, posters are being uploaded. Click on a name to view the posters (more TBA).

Angela Van der Kloof
Brian Deegan
Emma Bill
Godwin Yeboah
Henrietta Sherwin
Susan Handy

Audio recordings

Subject to presenter agreement, audio recordings of talks are being uploaded. Click on a name to listen.

Adonia Lugo (N.B. the recording is missing the first few minutes, in which Adonia showed a series of videos about the Ciclovia, available [here])
Anne Jensen
Bernhard Snizek
Damir Soh
Elisabeth Lorenzi
Hans Skov-Petersen
Henriette Jensen
Jason Meggs
John Parkin
Kiron Chatterjee
Peter Cox
Tim Jones
Trine Agervig Carstensen

Notes from C&S group meeting
The Cycling and Society Research Group met at the end of the event to discuss how it went, think about future events, and swap research news. [Notes] are available here.

Here you will find material from the 2012 Cycling and Society Symposium, hosted at the University of East London on 3rd and 4th September 2012. For brief comments about the two day event see my blog post [here]. And thanks to all 80 of you who participated!

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