Nvidia has announced that GTC 2012 will take place May 14-17 at the San Jose Convention Center. With its new web site, the conference has moved to Springtime to make way for a series of regional GTC events in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.
Providing a venue for computational scientists, engineers and developers working in computational research, HPC and visualization, GTC 2012 will feature hundreds of hours of technical sessions, tutorials, panel discussions, moderated roundtables and other invaluable opportunities for peer networking. We’re also pleased to announce that Los Alamos National Laboratory will co-locate its Accelerated High Performance Computing (AHPC) Symposium at the conference, as will Innovative Parallel Computing: Foundations and Applications of GPU, Manycore, and Heterogeneous Systems (InPar 2012), assuring the most talented minds in HPC today will be gathered in one location for world-class education, discussions and collaboration.
The Call for Research Posters for GTC 2012 will close on June 27, 2011 at 23:59 PDT. Selected posters may be showcased at various events this year including ISC’11, GTC China, SC11, other CUDA events and more. Note that submissions for posters and sessions will re-open this Fall.