AMD announced the initial lineup of keynote speakers for the 2013 AMD Developer Summit, APU13. The third annual three-day event will be held in San Jose, Calif., Nov. 11-14, 2013, where AMD and industry leaders will delve into key market trends regarding next generation software and computing experience development, the emerging Heterogeneous System Architecture (HSA) standard, and the latest in the use of industry-standard application programming interfaces such as OpenCL™, Microsoft DirectCompute and C++ AMP.
ARM® TechCon 2013 is “Where Intelligence Connects.” By bringing together software and hardware communities with ARM Ecosystem Partners and ARM technology, this year’s event uniquely connects talents cross functionally to ignite progressive design optimization and accelerated time-to-market launches. ARM TechCon’s learning ground as such is designed with combined sessions for chip designers, system implementation engineers, and software developers in a shared venue, facilitating communities’ interaction, learning and collaboration. ARM TechCon Call for Abstracts includes 15 tracks that reflect this theme, giving you a broader and deeper audience to present to and collaborate with. Do you have proven innovation applications and plans that incorporate ARM innovation? Review the tracks and submit by May 31 for ARM TechCon 2013, which starts October 29-31, 2013 at the Santa Clara Convention Center.
Neil Trevett will be the Keynote speaker at the Low Energy Application Parallelism (LEAP) Conference in the UK. LEAP 2013 will be the place to learn about and share the latest advances in the use of high-performance parallel computing technology on low-power mobile CPU, GPU, FPGA and embedded processors. Keynotes from ARM and Khronos will set the stage for world-class knowledge transfer around parallel computing on low-energy platforms happening May 21st-2nd 2013 in London.
After the success of the GPGPU-day 2012, a new GPGPU event will be organised in the Netherlands. Details will be available online later, however you can signup to the newsletter today to stay on top of upcoming event information.
AMD developer conference will be held November 11-14 in San Jose this year. This event gathers together many developers, companies and press. The deadline for submission is March 15, so if you are planning on submitting, you haven’t much time left. The submission site is here.
Glenn Kasten and Jean-Michael Trivi both with Google, will be introducing you to the Android release 2.3 (Gingerbread) native audio APIs based on the Khronos Group OpenSL ES standard. Starting with a brief history of OpenSL ES and an introduction to the OpenSL ES object / interface model and initialization process, followed by the Android native audio APIs and their relation to standard OpenSL ES. Highlighted by some typical audio needs for game and other interactive apps with example code fragments for each use case. Be sure to make it to this programming tutorial on Tuesday March 1st from 10:00-5:00 in Room 121, North Hall.
NVIDIA is excited to announce another unrivaled week of innovation, learning and networking. GTC 2011 will take place October 11-14, 2011 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. Whether you’re a returning alumni or planning to come for the very first time, you’ll find the best and the brightest from all over the world demonstrating cutting-edge work across a wide variety of fields. Call for Submissions will open in March 2011.
Enj appears to be enjoying the GTC 2010 Conference this week. He brings us an inside view of the conference, and a feel of the different talks on OpenCL and CUDA. If you have 5 minutes, pop over to enja.org, it’ll be worth your time.
COLLADA will be sponsoring a session at GDC on Friday March 12th 2010. Attend the COLLADA session to discover how COLLADA assets and tool chains fit naturally with WebGL’s acceleration of 3D on the web - and how the combination of COLLADA and WebGL provide a compelling 3D pipeline for 3D Web content creation and deployment. Also learn about the new COLLADA 1.4 Conformance Test Suite for Khronos Adopters.
NVIDIA Corporation announced that its inaugural GPU Technology Conference will take place September 30 to October 2, 2009. The event will focus on how developers, engineers, and researchers are using the GPU to solve the world’s most important computing challenges. The conference will encompass three simultaneous events—the Emerging Companies Summit, the GPU Developer Summit, and the NVIDIA Research Summit. The GPU Developer Summit will be a 3-day series of technical presentations, tutorials and panels aimed at developers of consumer, professional and high performance computing applications looking to exploit more of the GPU’s parallel processing power using industry-standard languages such as C/C++ and Fortran as well as APIs such as Direct3D, DirectX Compute, OpenCL™ and OpenGL.