Looking for Speakers, Research Posters for Our Next GPU Tech Conference

by Angad Chera

With seven months to go before the sixth annual GPU Technology Conference (GTC) – the world’s biggest and most important event for GPU developers – we’re now taking submissions for conference talks and research posters.

Last year’s GTC drew more than 3,400 attendees from nearly 50 countries, featured more than 500 sessions and 150 posters, and was covered by nearly 200 media. An even larger crowd is expected at next year’s event, which takes place March 17-20, 2015, here in Silicon Valley.

To submit a talk, complete this form. To submit a poster, complete this form. Both are due by Oct. 6, 2014. You can learn more about GTC here.

We’re looking for important and groundbreaking work in the areas of visual and accelerated computing. Submissions can cover all areas of  computational research, as well as in the areas of automotive, computer vision, machine learning and AI, product design and styling, real-time graphics, and many others. A complete list of GTC topics is available here.

Our annual GPU Technology Conference attracts huge crowds from a broad array of disciplines.