Angela S. Lin

I am a third year computer science PhD student at UT Austin, where I am advised by Ray Mooney.

I did my Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at the UC Berkeley, where I worked with Richard Zhang, Jun-Yan Zhu, Phil Isola, and Alyosha Efros on computer vision as well as Brandie Nonneke and Ken Goldberg on collaborative filtering.

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Research

I am interested in problems at the intersection of natural language processing and computer vision.

Generating Animated Videos of Human Activities from Natural Language Descriptions
Angela S. Lin*, Lemeng Wu*, Rodolfo Corona, Kevin Tai, Qixing Huang, and Raymond J. Mooney
Visually Grounded Interaction and Language Workshop at NeurIPS, 2018
Spotlight Paper

A sequence-to-sequence model for 3D skeletal human generation from text where the animation decoder is pretrained using an autoencoder.

Note: * denotes co-first authorship

Real-Time User-Guided Image Colorization with Learned Deep Priors
Richard Zhang*, Jun-Yan Zhu*, Phillip Isola, Xinyang Geng, Angela S. Lin, Tianhe Yu, and Alexei A. Efros.
SIGGRAPH, 2017

A network trained using simulated user interaction from ground truth colors produces surprisingly good colorization results with real human users.

Teaching

CS 371R: Information Retrieval and Web Search - Fall 2019 Teaching Assistant

CS61A: Structure and Interpretation of Programs - Summer 2014 Teaching Assistant


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