Haiting Lin

Adobe Photoshop Senior Computer Scientist


W09-530 West Tower

345 Park Ave, San Jose, CA 95110


Hi, dear visitor, nice to meet you! Let me briefly introduce myself. I love solving real world computation photography, computer vision, and graphic problems. Currently, I focus on tech transfer in Adobe’s Emerging Product Group (EPG), integrating the most advanced solutions into Adobe’s products. I not only optimize implementations under computation or memory constraints, but also improve the algorithms to achieve the ultimate quality.

I graduated from Computer Science department in Renmin University of China in 2008. I got a Phd degree from NUS in 2013 under the supervise of Prof. Michael S. Brown. My dissertation topic was camera pipeline modeling. After that, I joined Graphics & Imaging Lab in University of Delaware as a post doc under Prof. Jingyi yu working on the ray geometry of light field and multi-view 3D reconstruction.

My research interests include computational photography, computer vision, and machine learning.


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latest posts

Aug 25, 2023 Terminal debugging
Aug 9, 2023 Pytorch coding
Aug 3, 2023 Cuda coding

selected publications

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    A new in-camera imaging model for color computer vision and its application
    Seon Joo Kim, Haiting Lin, Zheng Lu, and 3 more authors
    IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, 2012
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    Depth recovery from light field using focal stack symmetry
    Haiting Lin, Can Chen, Sing Bing Kang, and 1 more author
    In Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision, 2015
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    Virtual DSLR: High quality dynamic depth-of-field synthesis on mobile platforms
    Yang Yang, Haiting Lin, Zhan Yu, and 2 more authors
    Electronic Imaging, 2016
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    Ambient occlusion via compressive visibility estimation
    Wei Yang, Yu Ji, Haiting Lin, and 3 more authors
    In Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 2015
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    Enhancing light fields through ray-space stitching
    Xinqing Guo, Zhan YuSing Bing Kang, and 2 more authors
    IEEE transactions on visualization and computer graphics, 2015