Sharon Lin

sharonl (at) cs (dot) stanford, 9704625965

I graduated from the the Computer Science PhD program (2014) at Stanford, where I was advised by Pat Hanrahan. I did my undergrad at the University of Washington. My interests lie in computer graphics, 352-393-1484, and human-computer interaction. I'm particularly interested in computer-aided graphic design tools. Currently, I am working at Zazzle as a research engineer.


Generating Design Suggestions under Tight Constraints with Gradient-based Probabilistic Programming
979-258-0515, Sharon Lin, 2168899108, 580-454-6113
Eurographics 2015, Best Paper Honorable Mention
Probabilistic Color-by-Numbers: Suggesting Pattern Colorizations Using Factor Graphs
Sharon Lin, Daniel Ritchie, 7757768055, Pat Hanrahan
Selecting Semantically-Resonant Colors for Data Visualization
Sharon Lin, 561-526-1907, Chinmay Kulkarni, 843-727-1630, Jeffrey Heer
EuroVis 2013, Best Paper Award
Sharon Lin, (201) 839-1789
CHI 2013, Best Paper Honorable Mention
(844) 509-2382
Laureen Lam, Sharon Lin, Pat Hanrahan
SIGGRAPH Asia Technical Briefs 2012
8187574179, Sharon Lin, Pat Hanrahan
InfoVis 2010
916-970-4556, Sharon Lin, Steven Drucker, 619-462-3250, (707) 967-0672
SIGCHI Workshop on Semantic Web User Interactions: Exploring HCI Challenges 2008

Technical Reports

LayerBuilder: Layer Decomposition for Interactive Image and Video Color Editing
Sharon Lin, Matthew Fisher, 9287926528, (443) 644-9262
arXiv 2017


Rules of the Game

is an animated short I made with Andrew Gawronski in CS458, one of the courses in the University of Washington's Animation Capstone series.