The Autodesk IDEA Studio is a residency program for researchers who use Autodesk products in advanced, imaginative ways to solve problems.
Projects are selected through quarterly proposal submission process.
The IDEA Studio at the Autodesk Gallery
The IDEA Studio is surrounded by exhibits that highlight the design, engineering, and creative process, from first spark of inspiration to final completion. Named a top destination by Wired magazine and the San Francisco Chronicle, thousands of design professionals and enthusiasts visit the gallery each year. The IDEA Studio is a great place for researchers to get inspired and make exciting connections.
The IDEA Studio typically supports 1 to 2 residency projects per quarter, each lasting approximately 1 to 3 months. Projects span disciplines, and researchers from both academia and industry can participate. Past project topics have ranged from synthetic biology and building core modeling, to flight-path planning. What ties all IDEA Studio projects together is that Autodesk products are used in advanced and imaginative ways to solve problems.
Residents participate in a program that includes:
Residency projects are selected through a quarterly proposal review process.
|Submit proposals by:||For residencies:|
|August 15, 2013||February through April 2014|
|November 15, 2013||August through October 2014|
|May 15, 2014||November 2014 through January 2015|