Since 1995, the NLDB conference aims at bringing together researchers, industrials and potential users interested in various applications of Natural Language in the Database and Information Systems field. NLDB 2016 invites researchers from academia and industry to submit papers for oral or poster presentations on recent, unpublished research that addresses theoretical aspects, algorithms, applications, architectures for applied and integrated NLP, resources for applied NLP, and other aspects of NLP, as well as review and discussion papers.
Further, we encourage submissions on the following topics:
Conferences are held at a different member University each year. This year, for the first time, the University of Salford will be hosting the event at it’s MediaCityUK Campus.
We appreciate the time and effort you put in to attend conference and we will work tirelessly to provide a world class event.
NLDB is a 3-day event which includes welcome evening buffet and reception on day 1, a networking evening and hot supper on day 2.
Please visit our online shop to register for NLDB 2016.
The conference fee includes full conference, evening receptions and gala dinner. Visit Manchester Convention Bureau's website to book your hotel. If you have any queries regarding conference registration, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The MediaCityUK Campus is at the heart of six global BBC departments and a mass of independent creative, digital and media organisations. It is a short walk to the Lowry theatre and gallery, Imperial War Museum North and the Manchester United football ground. There are many shops, bars, and restaurants nearby.
By Metrolink tram
Metrolink trams are a quick and easy way to reach MediaCityUK and The Quays. The area is served by the dedicated MediaCityUK stop and Harbour City, Broadway and other stops on the Eccles line. You can connect from other Metrolink lines at Cornbrook.
Trams run every 12 minutes between Cornbrook and MediaCityUK stops from 7.15am to 8pm, Monday to Fridays, and 9.30am to 6pm on Saturdays. The Eccles line service also stops at Broadway and Harbour City during these times. Outside these times, the Eccles line trams call at the MediaCityUK stop, during normal tram operating times. When the shuttle is running, this means that there is a 6 minute service between Cornbrook and Harbour City.
Bus services provide links to The Quays, either running near The Quays itself or Trafford Park, within easy reach via the new MediaCityUK footbridge across the Manchester Ship Canal. Switching between buses and Metrolink trams is easy in Manchester city centre at Piccadilly Gardens and Shudehill transport interchanges.
It’s easy to connect with buses to The Quays at Salford Shopping Centre and there are other convenient bus and tram interchanges at Bury, Altrincham and Eccles.
If you travel to Manchester city centre by train it’s easy to connect with Metrolink trams at either Piccadilly or Victoria train stations. Both stations have Metrolink stops, so you won’t have to go outdoors when you make the connection.
Many trains also call at Salford Crescent station and it’s easy to connect to The Quays by bus from there.
Find out more about our campus locations by using our interactive campus map, or downloading the University of Salford Campus Map and Guide (pdf)