Due to the huge success in 2016, Golem.de will hold a conference in 2017 again. It will be held at the Quo Vadis fair in Berlin, which is the largest business and developer fair of the European game industry with 3,000 professional visitors. Under the motto "Connecting worlds - How cutting edge IT influences game design", we will bring the IT and the gaming sector closer together.
The aim of our series of lectures called "Golem.de Tech Summit" is to present the international professional visitors with broad IT topics. This way, Golem.de would like to address prospects for future businesses and projects. While in April 2016 the motto 'Deep Learning' was dedicated to an extremely sophisticated technical topic (in German), we will get nearer to the game industry next year, while still having a clear focus on the technological aspects. Looking for Speakers
Now, Golem.de is looking for speakers for this conference. In our call for proposals, we are looking for English-speaking contributors to the following topics:
- Game engines, new programming languages and graphical interfaces
- Online rollout, streaming and cloud power: the network as a challenge
- Make adversaries smarter: new developments in gaming AI
- Item management and manipulation protection: the blockchain encompasses games
- Dizziness is the smallest problem: the real problems with VR
The lectures are addressing business leads, business developers, C levels and opinion leaders from the gaming industry in general. The subjects should be prepared accordingly to show why they will be important for the business, the team and the development. We would appreciate lectures that are practical and solution-oriented. The duration of the talk itself is 45 minutes with 15 minutes discussion afterwards.
We are looking forward to receiving your topic suggestions under email@example.com, and are also prepared to answer any questions. Deadline for the submission is January, 15th of 2017. The Quo Vadis fair will take place from April 24th until 26th, 2017 at the Station venue in Berlin-Kreuzberg.