Linley Fall Processor
Scalable ray tracing and how
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1 November, 2022
Santa Clara, California
The Linley Fall Processor Conference powered by TechInsights will be held in Santa Clara, California on November 1-2, 2022. It is a hybrid event and if you cannot attend in person, you can tune in to the virtual live stream or watch the presentations on demand.
Presentations will address processors and IP cores for AI applications, embedded, data-center, automotive, and server designs. In-person attendees will be able to hear presentations and interact with the speakers during Q&A, lunch, and the networking reception. Imagination will be attending as a gold sponsor this year and we are excited to present the main aspects that need to be considered to create scalable ray tracing and how.
About the speaker
Kristof Beets, Vice President of Technology Insight, Imagination
Kristof Beets is VP of Technology Insights at Imagination, where he drives the alignment of the technology roadmaps with market trends and customer needs as part of the IMG Labs Research organisation. He has a background in electrical engineering and received a master’s degree in artificial intelligence. Prior to joining the Labs Team he was part of the Business Development and Product Management Teams. Before this he worked on SDKs and tools for both PC and mobile products and ran the Competitive Analysis and Demo Teams as a member of the PowerVR Developer Relations and Ecosystem Teams.
Kristof has written numerous articles and whitepapers which have been published in the ShaderX and GPU Pro Series of books and online by the Khronos Group, Beyond3D, 3Dfx Interactive and of course Imagination. Kristof has spoken at GDC, SIGGRAPH, Embedded Technology and MWC among others.