Interested in new GPU applications? Then come check out the start-ups presenting at the upcoming Emerging Companies Summit (ECS). ECS 2010 will be held September 21-23 at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, California and is a part of the GPU Technology Conference. The ECS start-ups are showcasing innovative applications and technologies that leverage GPUs to solve visual and high-performance computing challenges.
At this year’s ECS we’ll have a “CEO on Stage” session, where a select group of start-up CEOs will have an opportunity to present their companies and interact with a panel of industry analysts, investors and technology leaders. CEOs will be selected by an advisory committee that includes Jon Peddie, president of Jon Peddie Research, and Drew Lanza, partner at Morgenthaler Ventures. If you’d like to participate in the “CEO on Stage,” submit your applications by Aug. 1. We’ll announce selected speakers by Sept. 15.
In addition to presentations from exciting new companies, ECS 2010 will feature several panel discussions. They include:
“Computer Vision on GPUs,” covering facial, gesture, human motion, and biometrics recognition; augmented reality; and robotic computing.
“Creating Businesses Through Disruptive Industry Changes,” featuring Morgenthaler Ventures and Silicon Valley Bank Venture Capital Group.
Also being held is a “fireside chat” with Jen-Hsun Huang, NVIDIA’s president and CEO, to be moderated by Quentin Hardy, national editor at Forbes magazine.
If you’d like to attend GTC, register here and take advantage early bird rates now.
To participate as a startup:
Sign up for a turn-key exhibit package, then
Submit your proposal for the “CEO on Stage” showcase, deadline is 8/1
GPU Technology Conference (GTC) takes place Sept. 20-23, 2010 at the San Jose Convention. You can stay up to date by following the GTC blog RSS feed, signing up for our email list or joining our GTC Facebook fan page.