A general list of some interesting upcoming conferences and workshops:

  in 2015  
  September 14-18: SciCADE 2015 (Potsdam, Germany)  
  September 21-25: DMV Jahrestagung (Hamburg, Germany)  
  September 28-29: 4th Austrian Stochastics Days (Vienna, Austria)  
  October 26-30: MBI Workshop on Uncertainty, Sensitivity and Predictability (Columbus, USA)  
  November 5-7: 8th Workshop on Random Dynamical Systems (Bielefeld, Germany)  
  November 9-13: Direct and Inverse Problems for PDEs with Random Coefficients (Berlin, Germany)  
  December 16-18: Stochastic Limit Analysis for Reacting Particle Systems (Berlin, Germany)  
  in 2016  
  February 1 - April 29: Advances in Nonsmooth Dynamics (Barcelona, Spain)  
  February 17-19: Winter School on Stochastic Homogenization (Augsburg, Germany)  
  March 1-4: German Probability and Statistics Days (Bochum, Germany)  
  March 7-11: Joint GAMM-DMV Annual Meeting (Braunschweig, Germany)  
  April 4 - May 25: Mixing Flows and Averaging Methods (Vienna Austria)  
  April 5-8: SIAM Conference on Uncertainty Quantification (Lausanne, Switzerland)  
  June 13-17: Entropy Methods, Dissipative Systems, and Applications (Vienna, Austria)  
  July 18-22: 7th European Congress of Mathematics (Berlin, Germany)  
  August 1-5: 16th Int. Conference on Hyperbolic Problems (Aachen, Germany)  
  August 8-11: SIAM Nonlinear Waves and Coherent Structures (Philadelphia, USA)  
  September 12-15: Bridging-Time Scale Techniques and their Applications (Dresden, Germany)  
  19 September - 14 October: Multistability and Tipping (Dresden, Germany)  
  in 2017  
  3 April - 7 July: IHP - Stochastic Dynamics Out of Equilibrium (Paris, France)  
  May 21-25: SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems (Snowbird, USA)  
  September 11-15: ÖMG-DMV-Kongress (Salzburg, Austria)  
  in 2019  
  July 15-19: International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics (Valencia, Spain)  
  Past Conferences...  
  Courses taken over the years as a student... I can basically recommend all of them :)