Dates: September 28-29, 2016 | Register here
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Price: EUR 395,-
Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
GTC EUROPE 2016
GTC Europe is a two-day conference designed to expose the innovative ways developers, businesses, and academics are using parallel computing to transform our world.
From deep learning and self-driving cars to virtual reality and high-performance computing; network, learn and do business with Europe’s brightest minds, best ideas, and biggest opportunities.
The event is expecting more than 800 attendees and the event will feature 50+ speakers, 80+ exhibitors and its own Emerging Companies Summit for technology start-ups.
GTC Europe is a sister event to the annual NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference in the US, spotlighting world-leading European innovation.
- 800+ Attendees
- 80+ Exhibitors
- 50+ Speakers
- 10+ Tracks
- 15+ Hands-on labs
- 1-2-1 Meetings
- Unlimited Networking opportunities
Become a speaker
Come to GTC Europe to share your successes and learn from others who are harnessing accelerated computing to break scientific boundaries across a wide range of research fields.
There are three ways to become a GTC speaker: apply online, get referred by NVIDIA, and join with the Platinum Sponsorship package. NVIDIA will review each proposal with the goal of ensuring GTC Europe presents the most compelling and relevant content across the conference’s topics. Feedback will be provided within 14 business days of your submission.
Deadline to apply as a speaker is August 21, 2016.
Vertical tracks at GTC Europe
The conference agenda has been designed to encourage compelling conversations between professionals across many industries, from automotive to big data analytics and manufacturing to energy.
Further tracks on robotics, professional visualisation and virtualization will offer you the chance to explore some of the other technology mega-trends that will shape your work in the years to come.
GTC Europe 2016 provides a unique forum to discuss the future of automotive design and how deep learning is being applied to achieve true self-driving functionality. Hear expert perspectives on the implications of this technology for the entire automotive ecosystem as well as discover the latest developments in engineering simulation and in-vehicle infotainment.
The Autonomous Vehicles track is designed for automotive manufacturers, suppliers, researchers, and developers leveraging GPU-accelerated deep learning in the car, the data centre and beyond.
GPU-based platforms are bringing the power of deep learning to a new generation of high-performance, low energy embedded systems.
GTC Europe 2016’s Embedded track will explore how developers from a wide range of industry verticals are deploying NVIDIA® Jetson™ for compute-intensive embedded projects like drones, autonomous robotic systems, mobile medical imaging, and Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA).
Deep learning & Artificial Intelligence
Few technologies today are more impactful or transformative than AI.
Democratised by deep learning and accelerated NVIDIA by GPUs (graphics processing units) artificial intelligence is becoming part of every industry and discipline.
At GTC Europe 2016’s Deep Learning and Artificial Intelligence track, we’ll be showcasing the state-of-the-art research using NVIDIA GPU technology to advance key fields such as image classification, video analytics, speech recognition, natural language processing and more.
From concept to styling, design, engineering and simulation, every stage of the professional design life cycle is driven by advanced computer graphics technology.
NVIDIA Quadro GPUs are certified with a broad range of sophisticated professional applications, tested by leading workstation manufacturers, and backed by a global team of support specialists.
GTC Europe 2016’s Professional Design track is geared toward executives, workgroup managers, designers, and engineers from a broad range of industries. Sessions will showcase how Europe’s most innovative automakers, media and entertainment producers, architects, product designers and engineers rely on GPUs to unleash their creativity and grow their business.
Supercomputing & HPC
Disciplines including big data analytics, weather forecasting, energy exploration, scientific visualisation and computational fluid dynamics are reaping the benefits of GPU-accelerated computing to drive discovery.
At GTC Europe 2016, the Supercomputing and High-Performance Computing track will include sessions in an array of computational research and computer science domains, complimented by hands-on developer labs and tutorials. You’ll learn about NVIDIA’s latest hardware and software solutions for HPC, as well as networking with hundreds of your peers from across Europe and beyond.
Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality
Recent advances in head-mounted display and GPU technology are fuelling an explosion in VR and AR applications. In addition to applications in gaming and entertainment, these approaches are beginning to transform workflows across a broad range of industries.
GTC Europe 2016 will bring together creative and technical professionals to learn how the latest innovations in VR and AR can support design decisions, enhance collaboration and unlock new markets.
True virtual graphics, delivering an uncompromised user experience for any application across multiple users, is now a reality.
GTC Europe 2016’s Virtualisation track offering practical advice, problem-solving tips and state-of-the-art solutions for those seeking to realise the benefits of a virtualised IT infrastructure and remote desktops.
The Virtualisation track will feature organisations who have deployed NVIDIA GRID virtualisation technology, gain insight into the challenges and rewards they’ve experienced and see first-hand how vGPU can deliver on the promise of an uncompromised remote graphics experience.