Monday 22 July  
17:00  Welcome and Registration 
18:30  Dinner 
20:00  John Norton: The Impossible Process: Thermodynamic Reversibility 
Tuesday 23 July  
09:00  Katie Robertson: In search of the holy grail: how to reduce the second law of thermodynamics 
10:30  Coffee Break 
11:00  Jean Bricmont: Boltzmann’s Explanation of Irreversibility 
12:30  Lunch 
14:00  Tim Maudlin: Shannon Entropy 
15:30  Coffee Break 
16:30  Tutorial: Statistical Mechanics – Boltzmann vs. Gibbs (Lazarovici) 
Tutorial: The role of typicality in probabilistic reasoning (Dürr)  
18:30  Dinner 
20:00  Barry Loewer: The Mentaculus Vision 
Wednesday 24 July  
09:00  Anna Marmodoro: Potentiality, structure, and the possibility of entropy in an Aristotelian system (Introduction: Michael Esfeld) 
10:30  Coffee Break 
11:00  Daniel von Wachter: Laws of Nature without Regularities of Succession 
12:30  Lunch 
14:00  Free Afternoon 
18:30  Barbeque 
Thursday 25 July  
09:00  Hans Westman: Quantum Statistics 
10:30  Coffee Break 
11:00  Sheldon Goldstein: Relational Mechanics, classical and quantum 
12:30  Lunch 
14:00  Nino Zanghì: Relational Mechanics and Relativity 
15:30  Coffee Break 
16:30  Tutorial: Relational mechanics (Tokasi) 
Tutorial: Entropy in quantum mechanics (Tilloy)  
18:30  Dinner 
20:00  Julian Barbour: A Gravitational Arrow of Time and New Entropy Concept 
Friday 26 July  
09:00  Daniel Sudarsky: Essential tools for Black Hole Physics: ADM, Horizons and all that 
10:30  Coffee Break 
11:00  Aron Wall: The Generalized Second Law 
12:30  Lunch 
14:00  Erik Curiel: What Is Black Hole Entropy? 
15:30  Coffee Break 
16:30  Discussion Group: Typicality and Probability (Goldstein, Loewer. Chair: Valia Allori) 
Discussion Group: Information Loss Paradox (Maudlin, Wall, Curiel. Chair: Sudarsky)  
18:30  Dinner 
20:00  Roundtable Discussion: Metaphysics of Cosmology – Beyond Naturalism? (Wall, von Wachter, Esfeld, Loewer. Chair: Dustin Lazarovici) 
Saturday 27 July  
09:00  Student Presentations

11:00  Coffee Break 
11:30  Antoine Tilloy: How many degrees of freedom does nature exploit? 
13:00  Final Discussion 
13:30  Lunch 