GTC FAQ

Get Answers to the Most Asked Questions

Content and Programming

  • What is GTC?

    NVIDIA GTC is the developer conference for the era of AI. It’s where students, developers, researchers, creators, IT decision-makers, and business leaders gather to learn how to shape our world with the power of AI, computer graphics, data science, and more.  

  • What are the official dates of GTC 2022?

    NVIDIA GTC will take place online from September 19 - 22, 2022.

  • Is GTC 2022 taking place online or in person?

    GTC 2022 will be an online event.

  • How can I watch the CEO keynote?

    NVIDIA CEO and Founder Jensen Huang’s keynote will be released on Tuesday, September 20 at 8:00 a.m. (PDT). Click here to watch once it’s available. Registration isn’t required to view the keynote.

  • How can I find sessions happening at a specific time and build my personal agenda?

    After completing the registration process, please click here to log in to your account with the same credentials you created when registering. You can browse the session catalog and click the “Add to Schedule” button on a specific session to add to your calendar.

    To add a session reminder, log into your account, click on “My Schedule” in the Attendee Portal, download it to iCal, VCal, or CSV and then save it to your calendar.

  • Can I attend sessions hosted in a region other than where I live?

    Yes. Any registrant can attend any session or DLI workshop in the time zone that works best for them.

  • Do I need to schedule sessions in advance?

    While you aren’t required to schedule sessions, we recommend registering in advance and building your schedule to make the most of your time at GTC.

  • How do I view sessions after I register?

    Log into your account and enter your email address and password that you established during registration. From here, you’ll be able to access all GTC content through the session catalog. Fifteen minutes before the start of the session, there will be a “join” button to access the content.

  • Will I receive a reminder before the session starts?

    To add a session reminder, log into your account, click on “My Schedule” in the Attendee Portal,  download it to iCal, VCal, or CSV and then save the reminder to your calendar. Note: if you download the calendar and it sync with your mail client, it won’t update if you make any changes to your schedule. You’ll need to re-download any time you adjust your schedule.

  • How do I download my schedule to my personal calendar?

    To access your schedule, please log into your account and click “My Schedule” on the left. In the top right corner, you’ll see the download button where you can download to ICal, VCal, or CSV and then save it to your personal calendar. Note: if you download the calendar and sync it with your mail client, it won’t update if you make any changes to your schedule. You’ll need to re-download any time you adjust your schedule.

  • Why don’t some sessions have an “Add to Calendar” button?

    Only scheduled sessions have the “Add to Calendar” option. All other on-demand sessions aren’t scheduled at a specific time and will be available to view at your convenience beginning after the keynote on Tuesday, September 20 at 8:00 a.m. PDT.

  • Which time zones are the sessions presented?

    All sessions are displayed in the time zone that your computer is set to.

  • When will recorded sessions be available?

    A recording of most live webinars will be made available within 48 hours after the session ends. On-demand content will also be added to the Session Catalog starting after the keynote on Tuesday, September 20, 2022. All recorded talks and demos can be viewed online at any time until October 14, 2022. DLI full-day workshops are live, instructor-led programs and will not be recorded. DLI Training Labs and Watch Parties aren't recorded either.

  • Will I be able to access webinar videos and presentation materials for sessions I wasn’t able to attend?

    Yes, all live webinars will be recorded and posted to the Session Catalog 48 hours after the live event. If approved by the speaker/s, a copy of the presentation slides will be available at the same time. DLI full-day workshops are live, instructor-led programs and will not be recorded. DLI Training Labs and Watch Parties are not recorded either.

  • How can I ask a question to the speaker of a session I’m attending?

    When you join a chat-enabled session, you’ll see a chat widget appear in the top right corner. Type your question for the presenter or moderator directly into the text window, then click on “Ask.” If the presenter or moderator chooses to answer your question you’ll see the text response in the left viewing window. This feature will be available during the scheduled session.

  • How long is the chat feature available on a session?

    Chat is available starting 15 minutes before the scheduled start time and concludes when the session ends. Posted Q&As will remain on the session detail throughout the conference.

  • How can I connect with a sponsor to learn more?

    Click here to log into your attendee portal, then click “Sponsors” on the left navigation panel. During the conference week, each sponsor has a “Contact me” button in the top left corner of their sponsor page. Feel free to reach out with any questions, and someone from their company will get back to you once GTC has concluded. Please be sure to explore our sponsor’s pages to learn more about their company and products.

  • How can I find the surveys for sessions that I attended?

    Just log into your account and click “Surveys” on the left navigation. From here, you can respond to the surveys for any sessions you attended and see the surveys you’ve already completed.

  • What is a GTC Session “Watch Party”?

    A “Watch Party” is an interactive session hosted by NVIDIA to interact with other attendees via chat while you watch a GTC session together.

Registration and Pricing

Deep Learning Institute (DLI) Workshops

Tech Platforms and Troubleshooting

  • What software will be required to view and participate in GTC sessions and training online?

    All you need is an Internet connection and a connected device (laptop, tablet, mobile phone). However, we recommend that you update your web browsers to the latest version before joining the event. Once you’ve registered for a particular session or training, we’ll notify you of any additional setup instructions. Still, all software used during the event will be free and seamless to use.

  • What browser is recommended to watch digital content?

    The latest version of one of the following browsers, accessed from a computer, is all you need to participate at GTC: Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Safari. Alternatively, you can use IOS Safari or Chrome on a mobile device or IOS Safari on a tablet.

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