While organisers Think Services announce new seats on the advisory board
Developers and industry members alike can now submit session proposals for the 2010 Game Developers Conference.
The call for submissions is open until August 14, so those wanting to present 60-minute keynotes, half-hour lectures or take part in roundtable discussions should click here.
Taking place in the San Francisco Moscone Convention Center from March 9–13, the event tends to focus its discussions on the art, science and business of games.
Individual sessions themselves are - naturally - more specific. Tracks include Audio, Business and Management, Game Design, Production, Programming and Visual Arts.
Organisers Think Services have also announced that Ubisoft Creative Director Clint Hocking and Epic Games President Michael Capps have become part of the GDC 2010 advisory board.
“This is an important time for us,” said GDC director Meggan Scavio.
“It’s when we gather the thoughts on technologies, techniques, ideas, and opinions that are most pressing in our industry today. We are also very excited to see the unique perspectives that both Clint Hocking and Michael Capps will bring to the advisory board and to the conference content as our newest advisory board members.”