Computer Science – CUNY Graduate Center

Enough about me

I am a Ph.D. candidate in Computer Science, working in Andrew Rosenberg‘s Speech Lab @ Queens College. My research interests are in:

  • Natural Language Processing
  • Machine Learning
  • Computational Linguistics
  • Databases, Social Networks

I also teach in Hunter College’s Computer Science department. Yes, I am the same David Guy Brizan on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and RateMyProfessors.



Adam Goodkind, David Guy Brizan and Andrew Rosenberg. Improvements to Keystroke-Based Authentication By Adding Linguistic Context. Biometrics: Theory, Applications and Systems 2015, Arlington, Virginia.

Guozhen An, David Guy Brizan, Min Ma, Michelle Morales, Ali Raza Syed and Andrew Rosenberg. Automatic Recognition of Unified Parkinson’s Disease Rating from Speech with Acoustic, i-Vector and Phonotactic Features. Interspeech 2015, Dresden, Germany.

David Guy Brizan, Adam Goodkind, Patrick Koch, Kiran Balagani, Vir V. Phoha and Andrew Rosenberg. Utilizing Linguistically-Enhanced Keystroke Dynamics to Predict Typist Cognition and Demographics. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 2015.

Hilbert Locklear, Sathya Govindarajan, Zdenka Sitova, Adam Goodkind, David Guy Brizan, Andrew Rosenberg, Vir Phoha, Paolo Gasti, and Kiran S. Balagani. Continuous Authentication with Cognition-centric Text Production and Revision Features. International Joint Conference on Biometrics (IJCB), Clearwater, Florida, 2014.

Denys Katerenchuk, David Guy Brizan and Andrew Rosenberg.  “Was that your mother on the phone?”: Classifying Interpersonal Relationships between Dialog Participants with Lexical and Acoustic Properties. Interspeech 2014, Singapore.

Abdul Serwadda, Zibo Wang, Patrick Koch, Sathya Govindarajan, Raviteja Pokala, Adam Goodkind, David-Guy Brizan, Andrew Rosenberg, Vir V. Phoha and Kiran S. Balagani. Scan-Based Evaluation of Continuous Keystroke Authentication Systems. IT Professional 15(4): 20-23 (2013).

Guozhen An, David Guy Brizan and Andrew Rosenberg. Detecting Laughter and Filled Pauses Using Syllable-based Features. Interspeech 2013, Lyon, France. [slides]

David Guy Brizan and Abdullah Uz Tansel. A survey of entity resolution and record linkage methodologies. Communications of the IIMA 2006 Vol. 6(3).

David Guy Brizan. Evaluation of Equivalence of French/English Idiomatic Pairs. Technical Report. San Francisco State University. 2006.

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