Participating at GTC 2011

There are many ways to participate at GTC 2011. If you are pursuing innovative work in parallel computing, we encourage you to submit a proposal in the form of a session or poster submission. Session speakers receive many benefits for sharing their work at GTC.

Each year the conference Content Selection Committee picks a list of topics that are of interest to conference attendees. Those topics are listed below. Although submitters are not limited to these topic areas, we encourage you to be guided by them.

    Algorithms & Numerical Techniques

    Application Design & Porting Techniques

    Astronomy & Astrophysics

    Audio, Image and Video Processing

    Bioinformatics

    Climate & Weather Modeling

    Cloud Computing

    Cluster Management

    Computational Fluid Dynamics

    Computational Photography

    Computational Physics

    Computational Structural Mechanics

    Computer Graphics

    Computer Vision

    Databases, Data Mining, Business Intelligence

    Development Tools & Libraries

    Digital Content Creation & Film Electrical Design and Analysis

    Energy Exploration

    Finance

    GPU Accelerated Internet

    Life Sciences

    Machine Vision

    Machine Learning & AI

    Medical Imaging & Visualization

    Mobile Applications & Interfaces

    Molecular Dynamics

    Neuroscience

    Parallel Programming Languages

    Quantum Chemistry

    Ray Tracing

    Stereoscopic 3D

    Supercomputing

    Visualization

*Please note that all presenters will be required to agree to and sign NVIDIA’s Standard for Presenter Agreement prior to presenting their work at the conference.

In addition to the formal Call for Submissions, we are looking for speakers to participate in our webinar and live chat series events that take place before the conference. Interested speakers can contact Victoria Crimmins at vcrimmins@nvidia.com.

If you have any questions about the call for submissions, please contact gtc-submissions@nvidia.com.