This is a list of upcoming and past events of interest to the LSST Community. When available, presentations and other materials are posted after the event takes place. In addition to this page, you can access (or subscribe to) the LSST Digest to keep informed.
2023 November 05-09 - Astronomical Data Analysis Software & Systems (ADASS) conference, Tucson, AZ
2023 September 25-29 - LSST@Europe5, Poreč, Croatia
2023 August 21-25 - Joint Status Review, Tucson
2023 Aug 7-17 - La Serena School for Data Science, La Serena, Chile.
2023 August 7-11 Rubin Project and Community Workshop, Tucson, AZ
2023 July 24-28 Dark Energy Science Collaboration (DESC) Meeting, SLAC
2023 June 27 - LSST Photometric Redshifts Symposium, 8:30am - 12:00pm Pacific, Virtual
2023 June 12-16 Statistical Challenges in Modern Astronomy (SCMA) VIII, Pennsylvania State University
2023 June 12-16 - Rubin Observatory's Data Preview 0 (DP0) Virtual Summer School
2023 June 12-14 - LSST Galaxies Science Collaboration meeting, University Paris Cité
2023 May 22-24 - Commissioning Science Validation Bootcamp 2023, Virtual
2023 May 16-18 Surveys 2 Discovery Workshop, Montreal, Canada
2023 May 10 - Rubin Users Committee's 2023A meeting, 9:00-10:00am Pacific, virtual
2023 March 14-16 SIT-COM & Data Management Joint Subsystem Meeting, La Serena, Chile
2023 March 3 - Steve Kahn Symposium, SLAC
2023 February 27 - March 3 Dark Energy Science Collaboration (DESC) Meeting, Virtual
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