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GPU Technology Conference (GTC) will take place March-21-24.
More than 900 sessions from 1,400 speakers are scheduled for this virtual event organized by NVIDIA. You can register for free.
Keynote From NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang
Jensen Huang’s keynote will be live-streamed on Tuesday, March 22, at 8 a.m. Pacific time. Registration is not required to watch the keynote. The founder and CEO of NVIDIA may make a few announcements.
Hundreds of sessions, rountables and learning opportunities
The session catalog is available, and features various filters such as Industry Segment, Topic, Audience Type, Audience Level, Products & Technologies. This should help you narrow down the list and find the most interesting sessions depending on your profile.
Here are a few interesting sessions:
- Exploring USD: The HTML for 3D Virtual World [S42112] – Marc Petit (Epic Games), Steve May (Pixar), Frank Delise (NVIDIA), Natalya Tatarchuk (Unity), Michael Kass (NVIDIA), Guido Quaroni (Adobe), Adeline Aubame (Ubisoft), Martin Enthed (IKEA).
- The Importance of Digital Humans for Industries [S42355] – Sarah Bacha (Cedrus AI), Markus Gross (Walt Disney Studios), Vladimir Mastilovic (Epic games), Matt Workman (développeur de Cine Tracer), Simon Yuen (NVIDIA), John Martin II (Reallusion), Tadas Baltrusaitis (Microsoft).
- Animating Digital Humans with AI in Real Time [S41456] – RADiCAL
- An Architectural Overview of KarmaXPU, SideFX’s New GPU-based Rendering Engine [S41672] – Brian Sharpe (senior rendering developer – SideFX).
- Adopting Vulkan for a Next-gen Path Tracer [S42154] – Adobe
- An Artist’s Omniverse: How to Build Virtual Worlds [S42108] – Andrew Averkin (Senior Environmental Artist – NVIDIA).
Whether you are looking to get an overview of the latest GPU technologies, a deep dive in a specific topic, or some real-life use cases, you should find it in the session catalog.
It should be noted that a variety of DLI courses are also scheduled, including “20 free, short-day sessions and 17 full-day workshops”.