Auger recombination is studied in InN thin films using an ultrafast time-resolvedphotoluminescence apparatus. The decay rates are analyzed with nonlinear dependence of the photoluminescence intensity on the carrier concentration. The fitted radiative recombination coefficients at a temperature of 35K are consistent with the theoretical prediction. The Auger rates are small at low carrier concentrations but increase quadratically with the carrier concentration. The Auger activation energies of 4.3 and 9.0meV obtained from the temperature-dependent Auger coefficient indicate that Auger recombination is weakly dependent on temperature and is a phonon-assisted process.