"Though it was my first GTC, I was blown away. I felt like an ant in New York City, but in a good way. Interacting with strangers across the spectrum and knowing that there was so much to learn from them was mind-blowing, but still an amazing feeling."
— David Norman, Engineer/Tool Developer, The Boeing Company
"GTC is action-packed and stimulating like no other conference. NVIDIA has placed scientific content top and center of GTC, while at the same time organizing an exciting program with educational sessions, stunning demos, and great networking opportunities. There will be so many people there that I want to meet again or for the first time. GTC is simply too good to pass."
— Lorena Barba, Assistant Professor, Boston University
I was truly amazed by the quality of the speakers and the presentations - and the strong focus on applications. The information gathered at this event was enlightening and useful. Absolutely one of the best - and most important conferences in the technology and advanced computing sector.
— Mike Bernhardt, CEO & Sr. Investigative Journalist, The Exascale Report
After last year, I brought a colleague this year. I hope to have at least two of us attending next year. The tuning strategy sessions and algorithm sessions were excellent, and being able to talk with principle NVIDIA engineers was great. I found the conference very worthwhile.
— Bob Arendt, Engineer, Rincon Research Corp.
This is the best organized and executed conference I attend. Every year I've made a lot of important contacts for new directions for my research. Overall, a great job, and I look forward to next year!
— Peter Lu, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Harvard University
From what I've been telling everyone and showing them the conference guide, many of my colleagues wished they had gone with me.
— Michael Schwartz, Sr. Professional Staff II, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
"First conference, awesome conference… I couldn't have imagined meeting a particle physicist from Italy, a computational finance man from South Africa, a seismologist from Norway, and a graduate student from Japan in the span of 12 hours. It's really the people [who] make the conference shine."
— Cory Slep, Student, North Carolina State University