Grégoire Millet is Professor of Exercise Physiology at ISSUL (Institute of Sport Sciences) in Lausanne, the “Olympic Capital”.
His main research topics are: (1) Physiological responses to exercise in hypoxia for patients or athletes; (2) Optimization of interval-training; (3) Mechanical / Physiological coupling in sport locomotion; (4) Analysis of fatigue (Neuromuscular and Heart Rate Variability); (5) Ultra-endurance.
He has published more than 420 articles including 370 scientific articles in peer-reviewed indexed journals, over 40 book chapters and 6 books on endurance or altitude training (H-index = 72. Number of citations > 18000). He is regularly invited to conferences World-wide. He is the chief-editor of “Frontiers in Sports and Active Living” and the director of the books collection “je bouge…”.
In the first part of his life, he has been a professional triathlete (French Champion) and was coaching elite triathletes successively in the French, UK or Hong Kong teams. Grégoire attended several Olympic Games. He worked as senior physiologist at Aspire, Qatar (2004-2008). He participated to ultra-endurance event in different sports (Vasaloppet; Embrun or Hawaii Ironman; Tor des Geants)