With all the fresh GPU-for-gaming news from Gamescom, NVIDIA is once again front and center when talking about crunching graphics (and now ray tracing) in cutting-edge PC game titles.
With that in mind, NVIDIA’s GPU Tech Conference (GTC) 2019 conference is returning in March next year, and the call for speakers is currently open. However, that potential opportunity to present is only open until September 21, 2018. According to a recent mailing from the GPU ecosystem-oriented giant, they are seeking talks in the spaces of “AI and deep learning, healthcare, autonomous vehicles, IoT, HPC, graphics, VR, and much more.”
If a potential speaker aims to submit a poster presentation at GTC 2019, that window is open until November 30th.
If selected to present, the speaker will also receive a conference pass for GTC 2019.
The GPU Technology Conference is NVIDIA’s annual event focused on the computing power of GPUs in science, academia, gaming, enterprise, and more, hosted in Silicon Valley, and regionally throughout the world. In 2018, 8,500 attendees were part of the Silicon Valley version of the conference.
To apply to speak or to check out more information about GTC, this is the link you will want to follow.