CALL FOR PRESENTATION PROPOSALS DATES-AT-A-GLANCE

Date Detail
February 5, 2013 Call for Presentation Proposals Open
May 10, 2013 Call for Presentation Proposals Closed
July, 2013 Submission Status Notifications Sent

Presentation proposals are invited from any of the following areas:

  • Big Data
  • Cloud Computing and services
  • Web Technologies
  • Graphics & Visual Computing
  • Game development
  • Innovative Client Experiences
  • Mobile computing
  • Heterogeneous Computing
  • Audio & Multimedia processing
  • Visualization & virtualization
  • Gestural & other new User Interface designs
  • Application Development Tools
  • Surround Computing
  • Heterogeneous System Architecture (HSA)

Registration Requirements

  1. To register, you will be asked to provide the following information:
    • Email which will be your User Name – this will also be used to verify your registration so make sure to add developer.amd.com to you safe domain list or check your spam/junk folder for the verification email.
    • Name – first and last
    • Company or University
    • Address
    • Password
  2. As part of the registration process you will be asked to complete a Captcha verification.
  3. Finally, you will receive an email with a verification link – click on the link or copy and paste it into a browser window to complete the process.

Proposals Requirements and Suggestions

  1. Once you have completed the registration process and logged in, you are ready to submit a proposal.
  2. You will be required to provide the following information as part of your submission:
    • Title: This will be used extensively so it should chosen carefully and reflect the basis of our presentation
    • Abstract:
      • Your abstract should be less than 4k characters and should clearly convey your proposed presentation.
      • Good abstract submissions begin with action words and the first sentence should explain exactly what attendees can expect to learn from your presentation.
      • Each successive sentence should offer more details about what the reader is going to learn and why they should attend your session.
      • Keep abstract submissions brief and get right to the point without background material an attendee already knows.
    • Session Level: All, Beginner, Intermediate, or Advanced.
    • Session Type: This will usually be Presentation but there are other options including: Exhibit, Hands on Lab, Keynote, Panel, Special, and Tutorial
    • Keywords: You can select from the list provided or add your own
    • Presenters : You will be the first presenter but if you have additional presenter they are not required to register but you will be required to provide the following information for up to 5 total presenters:
      • Name – first and last
      • Email address
      • Country
      • Company or University