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GPU Technology Conference (GTC)

GPU Technology Conference 2015


Tuesday, March 17, 2015 - 7:00 PDT to Friday, March 20, 2015 - 7:00 PDT


The GPU Technology Conference (GTC) is the world's biggest GPU developer conference and sits at the epicenter of visual computing technology, drawing people from all over the world from science, media and entertainment, manufacturing, mobile computing, and game development to see how GPUs are accelerating impactful results.

GTC offers unmatched opportunities to learn how to harness the power of GPUs. With hundreds of deep-dive sessions on diverse topics ranging from Numerical Algorithms to Languages & Compilers, Computational Physics, Computer Vision, Machine Learning, and Big Data Analytics, 3D Design, and Film Production, there's something for every developer to explore. GTC attracts developers, researchers, and technologists from over 50 countries. This means your next breakthrough could be just one conversation away. At GTC there are ample opportunities to have one-on-one interactions with industry luminaries and NVIDIA developers, software engineers, and architects in a fun environment.

Topic areas for 2015 (subject to change) include:

  • Astronomy & Astrophysics
  • Augmented Reality / Virtual Reality
  • Automotive
  • Big Data Analytics
  • Computational Physics
  • Computer Vision / Machine Vision
  • Data Center, Cloud Computing & HPC
  • Developer – Algorithms
  • Developer – Performance Optimization
  • Developer – Programming Languages
  • Developer Tools & Libraries
  • Digital Manufacturing
  • Education & Training
  • Energy Exploration
  • Finance
  • Game Development
  • GPU Virtualization & Remote Graphics
  • Life Science
  • Machine Learning & AI
  • Media & Entertainment
  • Medical Imaging
  • Product Design & Styling
  • Real-Time Graphics
  • Rendering
  • Signal & Audio Processing
  • Supercomputing
  • Video & Image Processing
  • Visualization – Large Scale and Multi-Display
  • Visualization – In-Situ and Scientific
  • Web Acceleration