Update covid-19 situation (19 march 2020)
At this moment we are carefully monitoring the situation in the world. It is clear that we are going through very uncertain times. The preparations for the conference are still in progress (mainly focussing on the review of papers) and we still hope the event can take place. The development in the coming weeks will give us more information on the feasibility of the meeting, especially with regards to the health and safety of our delegates.
The early bird deadlines and refund policy will also be adjusted.
Update 31 March: The early bird deadline has been moved to 21 April 2020. By that time we hope we have clarity on how exactly we will proceed with the conference.
Follow our website for updates.
Science contributions to development of (professional) cycling
An international conference in conjunction with the start of the Tour de France.
During the conference experts from the competitive cycling world and scientists will exchange the latest research and experiences. Alongside the conference an experience square will be set up in which companies and institutes can give demonstrations of their products and technologies.
The participants will consist of researchers, doctors, nutrition experts, sports directors, cycling organisations, trainers and cyclists/triathletes. The conference aims to get also contributions from other sport disciplines all with the objective of learning and sharing experience.
The Steering Committee will invite keynote speakers to share their views with the audience and experts from all over the world are invited to present their work in the conference.
The 2020 edition of Science & Cycling will take place in Nice; 24-25 June 2020
Before and after the conference masterclasses will be scheduled.
Several companies will display products and will give demo’s. More information to follow.
Featured Talks & Speakers
The committee will invite a number of internatinal experts to share their knowledge with the audience. The names will be announced over the coming months..
Paulo Filipe Salbany