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ENLIGHTENING. ENTERTAINING. INSPIRING.

JEN-HSUN HUANG, NVIDIA
DIRK VAN GELDER AND DANNY NAHMIAS, PIXAR
DR. ADAM GAZZALEY, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO

WATCH THE GTC 2014 KEYNOTE REPLAYS

THE BRIGHTEST PEOPLE. THE BEST IDEAS. THE BIGGEST OPPORTUNITIES.

ENJOY HUNDREDS OF SESSIONS FROM GTC 2014

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BRILLIANT PEOPLE. REMARKABLE RESEARCH.

EXPLORE 170 POSTERS FROM GTC 2014

HIGHLIGHTS
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HIGHLIGHTS

"This is the place where scientists, programmers, researchers, and a myriad of creative professionals convene to tap into the power of a GPU for much more than gaming" — Forbes


The GPU Technology Conference (GTC) is at the epicenter of visual computing and is the world's biggest and most important GPU developer conference. GTC offers unmatched opportunities to learn how to harness the latest GPU technology, along with face-to-face interaction with industry luminaries and NVIDIA experts. The GTC experience includes:
Hundreds of sessions
Hands-on parallel programming labs
Opportunities to connect one-on-one with NVIDIA experts
Cutting-edge technology demos
And much more

Slidecasts and PDFs of the more than 550 talks at GTC 2014 are available on GTC On-Demand.

Join us at GTC 2015 scheduled for March 17-20 at the San Jose Convention Center. Registration will open in late Fall of 2014. Sign up for announcements.

GTC keynotes epitomize the far-reaching impact that GPUs have made in science, research, and industry.

The GTC 2014 keynotes lineup included:

Jen-Hsun Huang, NVIDIA CEO and Co-Founder

Pixar's Dirk Van Gelder and Danny Nahmias

Dr. Adam Gazzaley, neuroscientist at UC San Francisco


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"GTC is the one-and-only venue where you can find physicists, computer animation experts, investment bankers and many more coming together to share their passion for boldly going beyond the next step. It makes for great networking with people you usually don't interact with to bring fresh ideas to your work as well." — Guido Juckeland, Dresden University of Technology

Each year, GTC features hundreds of talks given by people at the very top of their fields—fields as diverse as Computer Vision, Machine Learning, Computational Physics, Visual FX, 3D Design, and In-Vehicle Infotainment.


Slidecasts and PDFs of the more than 550 talks at GTC 2014 are available on GTC On-Demand.

Research posters accepted at GTC describe ongoing GPU-enabled research, exciting new research projects, and encouraging preliminary results.

Explore the 170+ posters that were showcased at GTC 2014.

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