The LSST2015 Project and Community Workshop will take place the week of August 17, 2015 at the Kitsap Conference Center in Bremerton, WA. This workshop will allow technical teams involved in building LSST to interact with each other and the broader community. Sessions will focus on topics of cross-cutting significance and interest, with Project Team meetings toward the beginning of the week and Community science-focused topics toward the end including the Observing Strategy Workshop. In addition, participants can self-organize additional meetings before and after LSST2015. A block agenda has been posted to help organize your participation; a detailed agenda will be posted as it is developed. Closer to the meeting date, breakout slides will be linked to the detailed agenda, available by day from the Agenda pull down menu.

More information at: https://project.lsst.org/meetings/lsst2015/content/welcome
This is the second announcement for the conference Astroinformatics 2015. The conference will be held October 5-9, 2015, in Dubrovnik, Croatia.

Astroinformatics is an emerging discipline at the intersection of astronomy and astrophysics and applied computer science and engineering, arising from the need to address the challenges and opportunities of exponential growth of data volumes, rates, and complexity from next-generation telescopes.

For registration, abstract submission and more information please visit http://iszd.hr/AstroInfo2015/
The 11th Workshop on Self-Organizing Maps" will be held in Jan 6-8, 2016 at Rice University, Houston. More information at http://WSOM2016.rice.edu
The Millennium Institute of Astrophysics is organizing the conference Supernovae through the ages: Understanding the past to prepare for the future. The conference will take place in Easter Island, Chile from 9th to 13th August, 2016.
More information can be found at http://astroinf.cmm.uchile.cl/supernova-through-the-ages-understanding-the-past-to-prepare-for-the-future-easter-island-2016/
The "LA SERENA SCHOOL FOR DATA SCIENCE: Applied Tools for Astronomy" is an intensive week of interdisciplinary lectures focused on applied tools for handling big astronomical data. Participants will be instructed in how astronomical data are processed, accessed and analyzed, including reduction pipelines, databases, and scientific programming.

More information and the application form can be found here