#CRBAM19 is in Delft! October 9-11, 2019

The second annual Cycling Research Board conference will be held in the picturesque city of Delft and home to Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. Check back to this website for further details from organizers.

Twitter Updates

Thanks everyone for a fantastic evening, what an engaged audience we had! So many ideas and good questions! Huge thanks to @fietsprofessor @tverka @zeeger @AnandaG @janduffhues Bart Stuart and to @lbertolini63 for making it possible. A summary will follow! https://t.co/XaSF67cSOe https://t.co/sQJvzFXtVc

Works mentioned at workshop on writing #CRBAM18 @_Anna_Nikolaeva

Meadows:
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Feynman:
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Pielke, jr.:
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@sanneblauw:
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#CRBAM19 is in Delft, the Netherlands! OCTOBER 9-11, 2019. Thanks for an amazing energy giving conference to everyone at #CRBAM18 and hope to see you next year.

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Best Conference Contribution

Voted by members of the Cycling Research Board, congratulations to Cat Silva from Technical University Munich for winning this years Best Conference Contribution Award on abstract titled “Understanding the Functionality and Safety of Unprotected Bicycle Lanes: Observational Coding Framework and Preliminary Results”

Most Inspiring Session

Voted by attendees of #CRBAM18, congratulations to session chair Gerben Moerman and presenters Yufei Yuan, George Liu, and Justin Spinney for winning the Most Exciting Session award for their session titled “Cycling and Urban Design.”