The topic of photometric redshifts touches on many areas of astronomy and will require techniques from the fields of computer science and statistics. 

This three day workshop is intended to bring together a diverse group of observers, theorists, computer scientists, and statisticians from across the LSST community, along with Project and Data Management scientists and members of synergistic surveys, to work on three distinct topic areas: 

1) defining photo-z requirements for LSST; 

2) improving simulations and designing near-future data-challenges; and 

3) improving photo-z methods.
Limited travel funds are available for early career scientists who wish to attend.

Remote Participants:
We will broadcast the talks throughout the workshop via BlueJeans, remote participants are welcome:
Meeting code: 551609554
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The workshop will be held in the Gold Room at the University Club (link , map) on the University of Pittsburgh campus. 
This workshop is funded by a grant from the LSST Corporation through the Enabling Science program and via funding from PITT PACC, the Pittsburgh Particle Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology Center. 

For more details on this program, see

Logistical support for the workshop has been provided by PITT PACC.

Before attending the workshop please read the code of conduct