Paper submission for the 1st Annual Meeting of the Cycling Board is now open!
This conference is specifically aiming for exchange of knowledge and skill building for young scientists. PhD candidates, Postdocs and anyone whose PhD defence has taken place within the last five years will be given priority.
Extended Abstracts (~1,000 words) for researchers to share recent research findings, ongoing research, new theories, and exemplary case studies. These will be peer reviewed according to academic standards for international research journals. We aim to develop a special issue with contributions of high quality.
- Title: Maximum of 15 words.
- Author list: Please include only authors that contributed to the work presented in the poster.
- Abstract: Maximum of 1000 words.
- Theme: You will select one theme. If your abstract fits into multiple themes, pick the one you think best reflects the most important aspects of the poster.
- A main author can submit 1 extended abstract
Multidisciplinary Panel Proposals (~500 words) bringing together researchers from diverse academics to develop burgeoning thoughts, challenge the existing knowledge base, identify research needs, and ultimately inform future research programs.
- Titles: The panel should have a brief (maximum 15 words) title.
- Panel members: There must be 3-4 speakers in a panel.
- Abstract: The panel abstract can be used to draw a short summary of the panel.
- Theme: You will select one theme. If your panel fits into multiple themes pick the one you think best reflects the most important aspects of the panel.
- Convener: Panel proposals are submitted by one ‘convener’, who keeps all cooperating panel members updated on the submission process and review results.
- A convener can submit 1 multidisciplinary panel proposal
- Cycling innovation and experimentation/living labs
- Past, present and future of cycling governance
- Cycling cultures
- Determinants of cycling behavior, individual and in interaction
- Safety of cycling in relation to bicycle- and infrastructure design
- Infrastructure (network) design in relation to other modes
- Qualitative research into the meaning of cycling in the lives of citizens
- Big data and cycling
- Bicycles in transport models and simulations
- (E)cycling experience in relation to wellbeing
- Cycling and human/social capital
- Policy transfer in planning for cycling
Deadline for submission: 15 June 2018
Notification of acceptance: 1 September 2018
1st CRB Annual Meeting: 14-16 November 2018
All proposals will be reviewed twice, blindly. Multidisciplinary panel proposals will be reviewed as a whole; partial acceptance is not possible.
We are specifically looking for early stage researchers to present their work. PhD students will therefore have a slight benefit over more ‘arrived’ researchers.
Communication regarding the outcome of the review process will solely be sent to the submitting author. The submitting (main) author is responsible for communication to all co-authors of a proposal.
If you have any questions regarding the submission process or the website please contact the conference office of the University of Amsterdam: email@example.com
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