Lobos consists of two pillars; The first revolves around building an Academic Network: four times a year, young researchers are brought together to socialize and meet other scholars. The second pillar is the formation of Circles: small groups of students who approach a common theme from different angles. Circles meet every four weeks at the residence of one of the members, with the host or hostess of the evening providing dinner, drinks and a topic to discuss. This can be either a paper, a particular research topic or an idea related to the theme.
For example a theme such as 'determinism, free will and responsibility' will have a theoretical physicist, a neurologist, a psychologist, a philosopher, or a lawyer all bring (quite literally) something different to the table in a discussion.