SCHEDULE

September 3, 2018

10:00-10:30   Registration

10:30-11:15    Alexander Franklin (King’s College London): “Universality Reduced”

11:15-12:00   Lukas Barth (University of Heidelberg): “New Perspectives for Studying the Relations between Theories”

12:00-14:00   Lunch

14:00-14:45   Pablo Ruiz de Olano (Max Planck Institute for the History of Science Berlin): “Symmetries and Conservation Laws in Quantum vs. Classical Mechanics: The Case of the Hamiltonian Formalism”

14:45-15:30  Casey Mc Coy (Stockholm University): “Why is Planck’s constant a universal constant?”

15:30 – 16:00  Coffee break

16:00 –  16:45  Michele Ginammi (University of Salzburg \ Polytechnic University of Milan): “Analogical Reasoning between Physics and Mathematics”

16:45 – 17:30 Karen Crowther (University of Geneve): “What We Cannot Learn from Analogue Experiments”

 

September 4, 2018

10:00-10:45  Joanna Luc (Jagiellonian University): “Is Nonlocality a Distinctive Feature of Quantumness?”

10:45-11:30 Lia den Daas (Cambridge University): “Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking and Quantum Measurement”

 

TIME IN PHYSICS

September 4, 2018

14:30-15:50   Jos Uffink (University of Minnesota): “Lanford’s Theorem and the Emergence of Irreversibility”

15:50- 16:20 Coffee break

16:20-17:40  Patricia Palacios (University of Salzburg): “The Problem of Relaxation Time in Long-range Interacting Systems”

19:00 Dinner

 

September 5, 2018

10:00-11:20  Bryan Roberts (London School of Economics): Time Observables

11:20- 11:50 Coffee break

11:50-13:10  Francesca Vidotto (UPV\EHU Bilbao): “Relational Observables and Relational Time”

13:10 – 14:30  Lunch

14:30-15:50   Oliver Pooley (Oxford University): “Relativistic Alternatives to The Block Universe and Their Relevance to Physics”

15:50- 16:20 Coffee break

16:20-17:40  Christian Wuthrich (University of Geneva): “The Atemporal Big Bang”

 

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