GTC DC Is Looking For Speakers And Instructor-Led Labs

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GTC DC Is Looking For Speakers And Instructor-Led Labs

The GPU Technology Conference is bringing the event series to Washington, DC so that attendees can witness the future of AI, deep learning, and more. The conference topics, including VR and high-performance computing, will be presented in a way that shows how all of these types of technologies can influence healthcare, security, and other industries.

GTC DC takes place on November 1st – 2nd at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center. Speaking at such an event gives you a platform that puts you in front of major influencers and enthusiasts across these industries and now you have a chance to participate. Event organizers are putting out a call for submissions (opened on May 30th) and you have until September 1st at 11:59 PT to get involved.

If you’re interested in running a talk or instructor-led lab at GTC DC, here are the topics the organizers are calling for submissions for:

AI for Analytics and Security AI In Healthcare AI for Smart Cities and IoT Developer Tools High-Performance Computing VR and Simulation

Those submitting for instructor-led labs will be welcome to a presenter lounge and presenter gift on site, while those submitting for talks receive the same and also have their talks recorded. For the talks, you have format options to choose. For the labs, there are designated platform requirements.

Talk Formats 50-minute Talk (maximum 2 presenters) 50-minute Panel (maximum 5 presenters) 80-minute Tutorial (maximum 3 presenters) 80-minute Hands-on Labs (maximum 3 presenters) Instructor-Led Lab Platform Requirements GPU Instances cg1.4xlarge g2.2xlarge g2.8xlarge GPU Cluster (access with SSH only, job submission-based) Tegra TX1 DevKit

All submissions require an enticing session title of no longer than 12 words, format and duration, topics, and a few additional details listed on the GTC DC website (talks/labs). You’ll also have to consider the audience level when submitting for both styles as well, with three specific levels listed (along with any specific knowledge required when it comes to the lab):

Introductory: Session helps attendees learn the fundamentals of a given subject area. Intermediate: Some knowledge of the subject area is required. Session helps attendees enhance their knowledge of a subject area. Advanced: Greatly developed knowledge of the subject area is required. Session helps attendees seeking to heighten their already advanced knowledge of a subject area.

If you’re interested in being one of the speakers or presenters and you’re accepted, you’ll receive complimentary all-access to GTC and promotion prior to and during the event along with the previously mentioned onsite benefits. The links to the criteria for both formats include examples of good submissions, so be sure to read before submitting. Again, the deadline for submissions is September 1st, 2017.

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