The Northwest Database Society Annual Meeting brings together researchers and practitioners from the greater Pacific Northwest for a day of technical talks and networking on the broad topic of data management systems.
It will be a full-day event. There will be two keynotes, by Su-In Lee (University of Washington) and Donald Kossmann (Microsoft Research). There will be several sessions of shorter presentations by members of our community, a poster session, and significant break time for unstructured discussion. There will be breakfast, lunch, coffee breaks, and a post-conference reception, courtesy of Microsoft Research.
If you plan to attend the event, then please register here. Although there is no registration fee, you must register to attend.
If you would like to give a presentation or poster, please include that in your registration form. Don’t delay. We plan to post a draft program to publish by January 18. If you have other ideas about presentations you’d like to see, please email Johannes and Phil directly.
This is the second meeting of the series. The first meeting was at University of Washington on January 5, 2018, described here.