I am a third year PhD student in Computer Science at Brown University, my advisor is James Hays. In 2012, I had the opportunity to work with Jue Wang and Sunghyun Cho as a summer intern at Adobe Research, Seattle.
My research interest lies in data-driven methods in computational photography and computer vision, with a focus on developing example-based, expressive image priors suitable for restoration and synthesis tasks.
I graduated from Swarthmore College with a double-major in computer science and mathematics in 2010. Prior to that,
I spent four years at Raffles Institituion/Junior College in Singapore as an MOE scholar. I grew up in Wuhan, China,
where I attended Wuhan Foreign Languages School.
Single Image Deblurring / Blind Deconvolution
Edge-based Blur Kernel Estimation Using Patch Priors
Libin Sun, Sunghyun Cho, Jue Wang, James Hays
IEEE International Conference on Computational Photography 2013 (ICCP)
[project page] | [pdf] | [slides]
Large Scale kNN using CUDA and MPI
- Spring 2012
- Fall, 2011
- CS2950P Applied Bayesian Nonparametrics, Erik Sudderth
- CS1430 Intro to Computer Vision [TA], James Hays
- Spring, 2011
- CS1290 Computational Photography, James Hays
- CS1950F Intro to Machine Learning, Erik Sudderth
- APMA2610 Recent Applications of Prob/Stat, Matt Harrison
- Fall, 2010