GTC 2017: Call for Submissions Now Open for World’s Top GPU Developer Event

by Greg Estes

Artificial intelligence and deep learning. VR and augmented reality. Autonomous vehicles and intelligent machines.

At the center of these technologies is GPU computing. And the GPU Technology Conference is where the people behind these technologies and dozens more connect to shape the future.

GTC 2016 talk
Share your innovation: Become a featured GTC speaker.

GTC 2017 provides developers and thought leaders with the opportunity to share their work with thousands of the world’s brightest minds. Past speakers have included developers from Audi, ESPN, Facebook, Google, IBM, Toyota and many more companies, along with top researchers from universities worldwide.

Enter your submission now for talks, research posters and instructor-led labs at the May 8-11 event, in Silicon Valley.

Startups are also invited to apply to join the daylong Emerging Companies Summit. One highlight: the Early Stage Challenge, where CEOs get four minutes to pitch their company’s GPU innovation to a panel of expert judges for a shot at a $100,000 cash prize, awarded on the spot.

Showcase for GPU Developers

GTC is the world’s most important GPU developer conference. The 2016 event had more than 5,500 attendees, and 600+ sessions on GPU breakthroughs in science, technology and industry.

Accepted submissions showing how GPUs are transforming accelerated computing and graphics will earn an All-Access conference pass. Plus you’ll get the opportunity to connect with experts from NVIDIA, a who’s who of top business and academic organizations, and 250+ global press and analysts.

GTC 2016 hands-on lab
Lead hands-on learning at one of GTC’s many labs.

Attendees can also participate in developer labs and social events and gain hands-on training on the innovative ways that GPU technologies are changing the world.

Call for Submissions

Submit your ideas for GTC 2017.

To get in on the action, submit your creative and groundbreaking work using GPUs:

See highlights from GTC 2016 here.