What to submit

You will be required to provide the following information in your submission:

  • Submitter's Contact Information: Email
  • Session Title: Should be enticing and concisely tell attendees what your session is about. Avoid using company-specific terms, acronyms, and products. 12 words or less.
  • Session Format & Duration: 50-minute Talk (maximum 2 presenters); 25-minute Talk (maximum 1 presenter); 50-minute Panel (maximum 4 panelists and 1 moderator)
  • Audience Level:
    - 101 / Getting Started: For students and early in career technologists, these sessions lay the foundation for core technology competencies and workflows such as AI, data science, deep learning, accelerated graphics, autonomous machines and robotics that are being adopted at rapid pace across industries.
    - Beginner Technical: Session will introduce the audience to the fundamental use cases and challenges of the subject area.
    - Intermediate Technical: The audience should have working knowledge of the domain being discussed. The session will typically cover methods and techniques to address specific challenges.
    - Advanced Technical: For attendees who have technical background in the subject area. The session will often address specific challenges and complex solutions that may include advanced tricks or techniques.
    - Business/Executive: Broader discussions around AI business models, problem solving, and practical implementation to drive efficiency, improve performance, and enhance the customer experience.
  • Audience Role: Indicate which audience this session is designed for from a dropdown of pre-approved roles.
  • Topics: Select a primary and secondary topic from a dropdown list of pre-approved topic areas.
  • Industry: Indicate what industry your session appeals to from a dropdown list of pre-approved industries.
  • Session Description (Public-Facing): The session description will appear as is (save for minor copyediting) on the GTC website, scheduler, and mobile app. It should describe what the attendee can expect to learn from your presentation. Include any prerequisite knowledge needed for an attendee to get the most out of your session (i.e. a specific domain or programming language) and offer additional details about what will be covered. Maximum 1,000 characters (approximately 200 words).
  • Extended Abstract & Results (Not Public-Facing): The extended abstract will not be used in any marketing materials. Provide reviewers with in-depth details including examples and actual or expected results/accomplishments from using GPUs to help the Content Review Committee better understand the technical merits of your submission. Maximum 3,000 characters (approximately 500 words).
  • Supporting Material (Not Public-Facing): Provide supplemental information to support your submission and help the Content Review Committee better understand your work. May include white papers, research work, videos, images, demos etc. *Maximum file size - 100MB per file.
  • NVIDIA Technology: Indicate what NVIDIA technology helped make this session possible from a dropdown list of pre-approved technologies.
  • Presenter's Information: Name, job title, company, email, and cell phone number (cell phone number is only used for emergency purposes during the event, if submission is accepted).
  • Presenter Biography: We require a short speaker bio. We DO NOT accept, for example, “TBD,” “N/A,” “Coming soon,” or “Will provide later” under this section. Maximum 100 words.
  • Presenter Headshot: Please upload a high-resolution, in color headshot. View the NVIDIA photo guide for more information. *Must be at least 2000 x 2000 pixels, Max file size - 100MB.