[Academic]

 

Slide from presentation given at Cycling and Society Symposium 2015
Slide from presentation given at Cycling and Society Symposium 2015

2016: Co-organizer Cycling and Society Symposium, Lancaster, 29-30 September
 
[Presentation] (2016) ‘Representing cycling sensescapes and sociabilities with mobile methods’, Velomobile Methods workshop, Oxford, 11 May 2016
 
[Public talk] (2016) ‘Utopias of slow cycling. Imagining a bicycle system’, Dynamo Lancaster Annual General Meeting, Lancaster, 2 November 2016
 
[Research Internship] (2015) Internship – London Cycling Campaign, London, 15 August – 30 September 2015
 
[Presentation] (2015) Planning the Cycling City, University of Amsterdam, 17 July – 7 August 2015 (including a presentation given at the Amsterdam City Hall, 7 August)
 

[Presentation] Popan, C. (2015) The sensescapes of cycling. Presentation given at the Cycling and Society Symposium 2015, Manchester and Salford (14 September 2015). Slides available here. Abstract available here.

[Presentation] Popan, C., Almdale, A., Ratner, L., McGraw, S., Ames, M., Schack, J. (2015) Lessons from Amsterdam cycling city. Presentation given at Bike & The City: Smart Cycling Futures. Planning the Cycling City summer school, University of Amsterdam (7 August 2015). Slides available here.

[Presentation] Popan, C. (2015) Cycling sociabilities. Presentation given at the Summer Conference, Lancaster University (29 May 2015). Slides available here. Abstract available here.

[Presentation] Popan, C. (2014) MAMILs and Hipsters. Representing Cyclists in Social Media and Print. Some Methodological Challenges. Presentation given at Transport in the Media Symposium, Lancaster (9 June 2014). Available here (Prezi).

[Presentation] Popan, C. (2014) Cycling away from the city and the urban ‘gearing down’ for inclusiveness. Presentation given at Postgraduate Research Conference, Lancaster University (21 March 2014). Slides available here.

[Poster presentation] Popan, C. (2013) Untold Kings of a Growing Online Bicycle Community. Converting online communities into offline critical mass. Cycling and Society Symposium 2015, Llongallen (9-10 September 2013). Poster available here.

[Presentation] Popan, C. (2013) Untold Kings of a Growing Online Bicycle Community: Converting Online Communities into Offline Critical Mass. Presentation given at Velo-City Vienna 2013 (11 June 2013). Slides available here. Abstract available here.

[Non-Academic]

 

[Website article] Popan, C. (2015) ‘Lessons from Amsterdam: Cycling in the fish bowl’, London Cycling Campaign website. Available here.

[Website article] Popan, C. (2015) ‘Cycling research goes to Manchester’, London Cycling Campaign website. Available here.