Call for Posters is expected to open in September 2013. To ensure you are notified when it opens, please sign up for announcements.
Click here to view the posters from GTC 2013.
If you have any questions or would like to reach the GTC Conference Management team, please contact us.
WHAT ARE WE LOOKING FOR?
We are looking for submissions of research posters, from both academia and industry, describing ongoing GPU-enabled research, exciting new research projects, and encouraging preliminary results.
Posters should describe novel or interesting research topics in GPU computing, Computer Graphics, Cloud Graphics, Game Development and applications of GPUs.
HOW DO I SUBMIT MY POSTER?
You will need to provide the following information in your submission:
- Contact Information: Poster presenter's full contact information
(this will be printed on the poster header by conference organizers)
- Poster Title: Maximum 12 words
- Topic: Select up to three topics
- Poster Description: Maximum 100 words – for use on website only
- Extended Abstract: Maximum 500 words – describe succinctly what your research work consists of and offer results/findings. This abstract is not meant for attendees to read and will not be used in the printed program or website.
- Poster Presenter Biography: Maximum 100 words
- Poster: Submit a PDF file of poster
(please see important specifications below)
- Supporting Material (Optional): Provide supplemental information that supports your poster submission. Additional materials may include white papers, research work, videos, images, demos, proof of concept, etc.
EXAMPLE OF PRINTED POSTER
SUBMISSION REVIEW PROCESS
The GTC Content Committee will review and select submissions based on the following:
- Concept of poster, the general idea, its relevance and timeliness to GTC attendees
- Depth, the technical details offered and insights to be learned
- Organization of poster, clearly conveying a snapshot of your work intended to engage colleagues
- Research findings and results of your work
- Your credentials and expertise in the subject matter