Autodesk Technology Centers

At the global network of Autodesk Technology Centers, we collaborate with industry, academic, and entrepreneurial communities to speculate, validate, and test ideas about the future. Around the world, from Boston and San Francisco to Toronto and Birmingham, our centers explore different aspects of the future of making things.

Residency Program

At our Technology Centers in Boston, San Francisco, and Toronto, a vibrant community of residents use our facilities and have access to specific resources to support project needs. Our residency program supports engagement with industry, academia, and startups.

  • Why participate?

For each selected participant, the residency program provides space in a technology center for project work, access to advanced fabrication machinery, and connections to expertise and training. Residencies are non-funded, and the program is provided to our community at no cost.

  • How to get involved?

Residency proposals are reviewed on a rolling basis and the program can be tailored to meet individual goals and availability with duration's that last from two weeks up to one year. Apply using the link below.

 
  Autodesk San Francisco   At our Pier 9 facility, we support research, development, and demonstration relating to the concept of configurable microfactories and the future of manufacturing. This facility is located on Pier 9 on The Embarcadero in San Francisco, California and hosts a range of advanced manufacturing equipment, robotics, general shop facilities and work spaces, and is particularly suited for flexible manufacturing.

Autodesk San Francisco

At our Pier 9 facility, we support research, development, and demonstration relating to the concept of configurable microfactories and the future of manufacturing. This facility is located on Pier 9 on The Embarcadero in San Francisco, California and hosts a range of advanced manufacturing equipment, robotics, general shop facilities and work spaces, and is particularly suited for flexible manufacturing.

  Autodesk Boston   The Autodesk BUILD Space (BUilding, Innovation, Learning and Design) is a collaborative research & development workshop that supports applied research relating to the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) Industry. The facility is well suited for building-scale work in all construction materials with shops that provide access to large format digital tooling including adaptable open work spaces. 

Autodesk Boston

The Autodesk BUILD Space (BUilding, Innovation, Learning and Design) is a collaborative research & development workshop that supports applied research relating to the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) Industry. The facility is well suited for building-scale work in all construction materials with shops that provide access to large format digital tooling including adaptable open work spaces. 

  Autodesk Toronto   The Toronto Tech Center is located within the MaRS Discovery District in downtown Toronto, Ontario. This facility supports a range of activities relating to machine learning, generative design, robotics, and artificial intelligence. Here, residents are offered dedicated workspace, along with access to prototyping and visualization tools and equipment.

Autodesk Toronto

The Toronto Tech Center is located within the MaRS Discovery District in downtown Toronto, Ontario. This facility supports a range of activities relating to machine learning, generative design, robotics, and artificial intelligence. Here, residents are offered dedicated workspace, along with access to prototyping and visualization tools and equipment.