Intern – Robotics & Llms Research
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Autodesk

10,001+ employees

Software for design, engineering, construction, and entertainment
Company Overview
Autodesk stands as a global leader in 3D design, engineering, and entertainment software, with its products like AutoCAD, Revit, and Maya being used by over 100 million people worldwide to tackle design, business, and environmental challenges. The company's culture encourages collaboration and creativity, leveraging the power of cloud computing to facilitate teamwork and innovation across the globe. With a commitment to equal opportunity employment, competitive compensation packages, and a strong presence in diverse industries, Autodesk offers a dynamic and inclusive environment for professionals seeking to make a tangible impact on the world.
Industrial & Manufacturing
Consumer Software
Real Estate
Data & Analytics

Company Stage

N/A

Total Funding

$999M

Founded

1982

Headquarters

San Francisco, California

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

0%

1 year growth

2%

2 year growth

6%
Locations
San Francisco, CA, USA
Experience Level
Intern
Desired Skills
CAD
Python
UI/UX Design
Data Structures & Algorithms
CategoriesNew
Mechanical Engineering
Requirements
  • Full-time student pursuing an BS or MS in Robotics, Computer Science, Machine Learning, Design, Architecture, or affiliated discipline in an accredited program with at least one academic term to complete post-internship
  • Experience with LLMs for robotic applications development and robotic simulation software
  • Excellent programming and software development skills in Python
  • Experience with research publications and real-world robotic prototypes
Responsibilities
  • Use LLMs to program robots for adaptive assembly of high-mix designs
  • Explore how multi-modal systems, fine-tuning, feedback loops, multi-agent systems, and new UX for LLMs can improve the CAD-to-Robot workflow for high-mix designs
  • Develop software prototypes exploring LLM-driven robotic assembly
  • Demonstrate your work in both simulated and real-world work cells
  • Discuss your work with other researchers in the Robotics Lab and present it to the larger community and to leadership within Autodesk Research
  • Read papers and perform literature reviews
  • Conduct technology research by evaluating existing algorithms and software platforms
  • Co-publish with Autodesk Robotics and AI Lab collaborators