GPU Technology Conference
 
GPU Technology Conference

ABOUT GTC

GPU Technology Conference
March 24-27, 2014 | San Jose, California

GTC attendees travel from over 50 countries to learn about the amazing power of parallel computing.

Attend this event with your fellow international scientists, developers, graphic artists, designers, researchers, engineers, and IT managers to:

  • Experience groundbreaking innovation and content
  • Hear about remarkable successes in implementing GPUs
  • Learn from the best minds in parallel computing and visualization
  • Collaborate with peers and industry gurus

 
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WHAT INTERNATIONAL ATTENDEES AND PRESS ARE SAYING

"Unbelievable, to see in the same place financial engineers, physicians, astrophysicists, game creators..... It is the only event in the world where you can see all those talented people!!!"
- Jonathan Lellouche, Quantitative Analyst, MUREX

"It was a high energy event, excellent quality of attendees and a great opportunity to have some insight on nVidia's roadmap. Looking forward to next year!"
- Rami Mukhtar, Project Leader, NICTA

"Very well organized – a great conference!"
- Guido Juckeland, Senior Systems Engineer (HPC), Leader Hardware Accelerator Group, TU Dresden - ZIH

"I work in this area of research and it is always of great use to me to see what the latest technology has to offer and to network with new people and catch up with those I already know."
- Vladimir Glavchev, Advanced Technologies Engineer, BMW Group

"NVIDIA's GPU Technology Conference isn't your usual tech event. It's much more like an academic conference, where the cutting edge of parallel programming is getting together to exchange ideas and to show the world just what general purpose GPU development is capable of delivering. Walk the halls between the conference sessions, and what you see are the hallmark of academia: conference posters that condense complex research topics into an A0 LaTeX printout. They're fascinating pieces of work, covering computational biology, image processing, computational fluid dynamics, linear algebra, logic simulation, the list goes on –but there's one thing they all have in common, they're the underpinnings of our modern world."
- ZDNet UK

 

 


 
 
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