March 26-29, 2018
San Jose McEnery Convention Center,
Silicon Valley, California
This event will showcase the most vital work in the computing industry today, including deep learning and AI, big data analytics, virtual reality, self-driving cars and much more. GTC attracts developers, researchers, and technologists from some of the top companies, universities, research firms and government agencies from around the world.
Khronos Technology Schedule
Full list of sessions is available on the GTC2017 website. For the most up-to-date list of sessions, please visit the
OpenCL, OpenGL and Vulkan session pages.
Date & Location
S8227 - Integrating the NVIDIA Material Definition Language MDL in Your Application March 26, 10:00AM
S8695 - NVIDIA VR Update March 26, 1:00PM
glTF/ OpenCL/ OpenXR
S8880 - Khronos Standards Update: Vulkan, glTF, OpenCL and OpenXR for Cross-Platform VR/AR March 26, 2:30PM
S8582 - Embodied Question Answering March 26, 4:30PM
S8837 - OpenCL at NVIDIA - Recent Improvements and Future Plans March 26, 5PM
S8310 - Can FPGAs Compete with GPUs? March 27, 3PM
S8521 - Advanced Graphics Extensions for Vulkan March 27, 4:30PM
S8965 - GPUs for Every Workload in Microsoft Azure (Presented by Microsoft Azure) March 27, 5:00PM
S8665 - VMD: Biomolecular Visualization from Atoms to Cells Using Ray Tracing, Rasterization, and VR March 29, 11:30AM
S8209 - Using Tesla Data Center GPUs for Mixed Deployments of vGPU Enabled HPC and Virtual Desktops. March 29, 2:30PM
S8205 - NVIDIA Multi-GPU Methods for Real-Time Graphics March 29, 3:00PM
WebGL/WebVR at GTC 2018
Date/Time: Wednesday, March 27, 2018 | 7:00PM to 9:00PM Website and Registration: Meetup.com
This year GTC comes right on the heels of GDC. Will we let this stop our passion for WebGL/WebVR? Heck No!
We will again return to the San Jose Convention Center to GTC this year and will have our own conference room + refreshments provided by the Khronos Group. Remember that attending the meetup gets you a free evening pass for the GTC expo floor (well worth a visit) so please plan on attending. Speakers
Oswaldo Campesato - "Deep Learning in Your Browser: Powered by WebGL"
Brandon Jones (Google) - Brandon will give us an update on the WebXR initiative
Google and Mozilla WebGL Implementors will give us an update on "What's Next" in WebGL
NVIDIA - Neil Trevett - glTF Ecosystem update
Patrick Cozzi - Patrick will be presenting on some really cool stuff he's been working on having to do with autonomous driving vehicles using WebGL.
Ricardo Cabello (aka Mr Doob) will be giving us some insight into the latest ThreeJS features.
Khronos Member Partners & Exhibiting