I am a third year PhD student at Computer Vision lab, USC. I am very fortunate to be advised by Prof. Ram Nevatia.
Before coming to USC, I obtained my B.E. degree in Computer Science and Technology from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. I was born in Tianjin, a beautiful harbor city famous for its colonial history and humorous people.
My research focus is on Computer Vision. I am especially interested in understanding human actions and high-level events from unconstrained web videos. Feel free to check my research projects or download my latest C.V..
- Chen Sun, Ram Nevatia, DISCOVER: Discovering Important Segments for Classification of Video Events and Recounting. CVPR 2014 [PDF] [Project]
- Chen Sun et al., ISOMER: Informative Segment Observations for Multimedia Event Recounting. ICMR 2014 [PDF] [Poster] [Project]
- Chen Sun, Ram Nevatia, ACTIVE: Activity Concept Transitions in Video Event Classification. ICCV 2013 [PDF] [Poster] [Project]
- Chen Sun, Ram Nevatia, Large-scale Web Video Event Classification by use of Fisher Vectors. WACV 2013 [PDF] [Code] [Project]
For a full list please refer to the Publications page.