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.



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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