Conference POSTERS


Participate at GTC by presenting a poster sharing your vision on a GPU-related topic. Presenters receive a GTC conference pass.


Details Dates
Call for posters December 5, 2019
Call for posters closes July 24, 2020
Final notifications sent by August 21, 2020

If you have any questions or would like to reach the GTC Content Team, please contact us.


Research posters from academia and industry must demonstrate work using GPUs. Submissions must provide actual or expected results/accomplishments and must demonstrate a significant innovation or improvement using GPU computing.


The GTC Content Committee will review, rate, and select submissions based on:

  • Technical details and performance results offered and insights to be learned
  • Relevance and timeliness of the presentation to GPU computing


You will need to provide the following information in your submission:

  • Submitter’s Contac Information: Name, organization, job title, email and phone number
  • Poster Title: Maximum of 15 words. Should be enticing and concisely tell attendees what your session is about.
  • Topics: Select up to two topics from a dropdown list of pre-approved topic areas.
  • Poster Description: Maximum 100 words – for use on an online scheduler and other online marketing tools. The Poster Description must explain what the attendee will learn upon viewing your poster.
  • Extended Abstract & Results: Provide details on what your poster is about including examples and demonstrated results that will help the GTC Content Committee better understand the technical merits of your poster submission. This Extended Abstract will not be published.
  • Poster Presenter Information: Presenter's full contact information (can be different from submitter's information)
  • Poster Presenter Agreement: to be considered for a Poster, the Poster Presenter Agreement must be completed.
  • Permission to Webcast and/or Record: A confirmation of whether or not you agree to be recorded and/or webcast is needed.
  • Poster: FINAL Poster PDF that conforms to poster specifications here. The GTC organizers print the poster for you.
  • Supporting Material (Optional): Supporting materials provided assist the Content Review Committee in better understanding your work. Provide supplemental information that supports your poster submission. Additional materials may include white papers, research work, videos, images, demos, proof of concept, etc.

To view previous posters, check out the archives.