Game Developers Conference 2015 organizers UBM Tech Game Network announce that it is now accepting submissions to present lectures, roundtables, panels, posters and tutorials through until Thursday, August 28th for next year's event. GDC 2015 takes place March 2-6 at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco, California.
The GDC advisory board is seeking submissions for seven Main Conference tracks five on the various game development disciplines (Audio, Design, Production, Programming and Visual Arts) a track on Advocacy (which covers social issues, diversity, quality of life, inclusion, etc.), and a track covering business, marketing and management. The call for submissions to present talks at the GDC Summits will open in September 2014.
Organizers also announced that Brenda Romero (Program Director of UC Santa Cruz's Master's in Games & Playable Media Program; co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Loot Drop; and indie developer at Romero Games, LLC) and a composer Penka Kouneva will join the GDC Main Conference advisory board. Romero and Kouneva join Microsoft’s Chris Charla, Konami’s Julien Merceron, Media Molecule’s Siobhan Reddy, Oculus VR’s Laura Fryer, and Double Fine’s Lee Pett on the board.
For more information on GDC 2015, check out www.gdconf.com.