The festivities begin on Tuesday with a Graduate Reception with Richard Sorabji at King's College London, followed by the opening talk in the evening by Carlos Steel at Senate House in Bloomsbury. Wednesday sees a day of talks at Senate House (by Marwan Rashed, Stephen Menn, John Watt, Daniel King), followed by a reception at King's College London in the evening. On Thursday the conference remains at King's in the morning for talks by Jonathan Barnes and Peter Adamson, and then returns to Senate House in the afternoon for presentations by James Wilberding, Michael Griffin, and Riccardo Chiaradonna.
On Friday the conference moves to Wolfson College in Oxford. After an opening talk by Richard Sorabji, David Sedley and others will discuss the discovery of a new fragment of a commentary on Aristotle found in the famous Archimedes palimpsest. Further details of the Wolfson day here.