Maximising the Multicore Advantage - You've seen the webinars, now attend the Conference!
Following our successful series of webinars on multicore this year, the ICT KTN is delighted to partner with TVS to support the third annual conference in Bristol, to be held at the University of the West of England Filton Road campus on Monday, September 24th. We are thrilled to be joined by leading experts in the field as well as representatives from leading practitioners and suppliers to bring to life the huge opportunity that parallel and multicore computing presents the software industry in the UK.
Register now to hear the likes of David May, Founder & CTO XMOS); Tony-King Smith (Imagination Technologies); Stephen Blair-Chappell (Intel); in an active programme led and facilitated by Mike Bartley (TVS) and Ian Osborne (ICT KTN). Other organisations planning to present include:- AMD; NVIDIA; Allinea; UltraSoc; with workshops on architecture facilitated by Simon McIntosh-Smith of the University of Bristol and on programming led by Greg Michaelson from Herio-Watt University.
The event is free to attend, will contain plenary sessions, breakout workshop sessions and demonstration sessions featuring many vendors. A concluding panel session will include Jonathan Mitchener from the Technology Strategy Board, the funder of the ICT Knowledge Transfer Network and funder of the Parallel and Multicore Knowledge Transfer Partnership programme now running.
To attend this conference please register here. Don't delay, we have limited space for delegates.
Look forwards to seeing you in Bristol!
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