Intern, Computational Science Research
Toronto, ON
Computational Science Research Group at Autodesk Research is looking for passionate and skilled graduate research interns for summer 2019 or earlier at our Toronto office located in the MaRS Discovery District. The ideal intern will work on solving a combinatorial optimization problem for engineering
design or a related project.

  • Conduct original research in developing, extending, or applying novel techniques for solving combinatorial optimization problems
  • Architect and implement prototypes and software components with the team
  • Publish the outcome at a top-tier scientific conference
  • Contribute to the technical expertise of Computational Science Research Group
Minimum Qualifications
  • Currently pursuing a PhD degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, Computer and Electrical Engineering, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Aerospace Science and Engineering, Civil Engineering, or other related disciplines
  • Exceptional Master’s degree candidates will also be considered
  • Demonstrated experience and success (e.g., publication) in solving difficult combinatorial optimization problems
  • Excellent knowledge of current research in the domain of expertise
  • Experience and excellent knowledge with programming languages and libraries related to the domain of expertise (preferably Python or C++)
  • Excellent knowledge of mathematical, statistical, and numerical methods
  • Experience in engineering design, multibody dynamics, or robotics
An interested candidate should email their latest CV to

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