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14:00 hrs Michael Knap (TU Munich)
Anomalous Diffusion in Dipole Conserving Systems
14:30 hrs Alessandro Silva (SISSA Trieste)
Dynamics and Scrambling in Systems with Long Range
15:00 hrs Guided Discussions in Breakout Rooms
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Marcello Dalmonte (ICTP Trieste) and Markus Heyl (MPI-PKS Dresden)
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