Articulated visual motion
Dynamic shape appearance
Style and content
View Posture Manifold
Inferring body pose
School of Electronic Eng., Communication Eng. & Computer Science
214-1 Dae-dong, Gyeongsan-si,
Gyeongbuk-do, 712-749, Republic of Korea
Office: Electrical Engineering Building Room 111
chansu AT ynu.ac.kr
chansulee AT gmail.com
Dr. Chan-Su Lee received his PhD degree in Computer Science from Rutgers University in May 2007, his MS degree in Electrical Engineering from KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) and his BS from Yonsei University. Currently he is an Assistant Professor in the Department
of Electronics Engineering at Yeungnam University.
Before joining Yeungnam University in March 2008, he was a Post. Doc. at Rutgers University after receiving his Ph.D. in 2007. He joined
(Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute) in 1997, working
at Digital Content Research Field.
He participated in the development of virtual environment authoring toolkit
and developed interface for the immmersive environment using hand gesture recognition.
His current research interest includes modeling articulated visual human motion, human-computer/human-robot interaction, processing dynamic shape and appearance image, biometrics, and LED-vision system.
His CV is available here.
- Post. Doc., CBIM , Computer Science, Rutgers University
(Apr. '07~Jan. '08)
- Graduate Assistant, Computer Science, Rutgers University
(August '02~March '07)
- Programmer, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Rutgers University (August '01~July '02)
- Engineering Staff, Digital Contents Research, ETRI
(Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute) (May '97~Jan. '01)
- Research Assistant, Electrical Engineering, KAIST
- Introdcution to Circuit Analysis - Spring 208, Yeungnam University, 2008
- Computer Architecture - Spring 208, Yeungnam University, 2008
- BME429/CS580: Fundamentals of Image Analysis - Fall 2007
- Taught with Prof. Metaxas about computer vision technique related to medical image processing, segmentation, pattern recognition.
- CSC211 : Programming in Java - Summer 2007
- Taught to design, write, compile, test, and execute Java Programs with several lab sections.
- ECE476 : Virtual Reality - Spring
2001(TA), Spring 2002(Lab),Spring 2003(Lab)
- Virtual Reality Laboratory Manual was developed
by Chan-Su Lee & Dr. Grigore Burdea (Spring 2001 ~ Spring 2003)
and published in CD-ROM version in the book of
Virtual Reality Technology, 2nd Edition
- Table of Contents
- Best Student Papers
World Automation Congress'98, Alaska, USA
Title: Real-time Sign Language Recognition/Generation
for Two-Way Communication
- DIMACS Student-initiated Projects