7-15 July 2016
SISSA main building
Europe/Rome timezone

Scientific Programme

Here's a closer-to-final version of TEX2016 program, with the very welcome addition of a number of contributed papers, and three special talks by Tim Shallice, Romain Brasselet, and Chris Mathys. 

This schedule is still a living organism, so it hasn't stopped learning and evolving. But it's closer to maturity, when entropy drops dramatically -- it is not likely to change much in the future. We count on you, bunch of thriving youngsters, to inject loads of fresh energy into the system in a few days!


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