NVIDIA today invited submissions for presentations for the GPU Technology Conference (GTC) 2013, the world’s premier event showcasing the transformative power of GPU computing. The flagship in NVIDIA’s global series of events, GTC 2013 enables developers, computational researchers, engineers, scientists, and IT directors to share their latest advances and breakthroughs with thousands of influential figures and technology luminaries from more than 40 nations around the world.
The conference will be held March 18-21 at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California.
To accommodate the expanding use of GPU technology across a wide range of scientific, engineering and commercial fields, the GTC 2013 Call for Submissions has been expanded to cover new areas, including cloud gaming, cloud infrastructure and services, hosted virtualized desktops, large-scale visualization, mobile computing and game development. Other program topics will include:
- Advancements in real-time graphics
- Application development
- High performance computing (HPC)
- Cloud infrastructure and services
- Computer graphics research
- Hosted virtualized desktops
- Mobile computing
- Game development
- Scientific research
- Techniques for large-scale visualization
The GTC 2013 program will feature four days of world-class content, inspiring real-world success stories and constructive peer-to-peer networking. For a complete list of the GTC topics of interest, visit the GTC topics webpage. For submission guidelines and requirements, or to submit a proposal, visit the GTC 2013 Call-for-Submissions webpage.
The GPU Technology Conference (GTC) advances global awareness of GPU computing, and its importance to the future of science and innovation. View the latest news from NVIDIA and its partners in the GTC press room. View presentations and featured talks from previous GTC events at GTC On-Demand.