Call for Submissions for GPU Technology Conference 2011 (GTC), October 11-14, is now open. If you’re interested in sharing your work, we want to hear from you! We are looking for submissions from folks in industry and academia who have topics for 25 or 50 minute talks or posters. You can find more details and instructions for submitting here.
Expanding the already comprehensive breadth of topics covered at GTC 2010, our Content Committee has added new topic areas for 2011. Below is an initial list, see the GTC website for full details:
- Application Design & Porting Techniques
- Climate & Weather Modeling
- Cluster Management
- Computational Structural Mechanics
- Parallel Programming Languages
We’re also looking for posters that describe novel or interesting research topics in parallel computing, visual computing, and applications of GPUs. We are particularly interested in submissions describing GPU computing and CUDA applications that solve diverse problems in scientific and engineering domains.
If you have any questions about the conference or submission process feel free to drop me a note in the comments below. Looking forward to seeing you in San Jose in October!
Entering its third year, GTC advances awareness of high performance computing. The event connects scientists, engineers, researchers, and developers who use GPUs to tackle enormous computational challenges, across a broad range of industries. GTC 2010 featured over 240 hours of technical sessions, tutorials, panels, and moderated roundtables. Visit the GTC 2010 archives to see research posters, event program guide and presentation audio recordings.