Dima Ruinskiy


 
 
Dima Ruinskiy received the B.Sc. degree in computer science, specializing in signal processing, from Tel-Hai College, Upper Galilee, Israel, and the M.Sc. degree in computer science and applied mathematics at the Feinberg Graduate School, Weizmann Institute of Science Rehovot, Israel, specializing in cryptanalysis of public key protocols. He is currently a Software Architect in Smart Platform Innovation Lab, Haifa, Israel.
 
Publications
 


  • Baby Cry Detection: Deep Learning and Classical Approaches, (with Rami Cohen, Janis Zickfeld, Hans IJzerman and Yizhar Lavner), Development and Analysis of Deep Learning Architectures, Studies in Computational Intelligence, Springer 2019.

  • Mobile Social Physiology as the Future of Relationship Research and Therapy: Presentation of the Bio-App for Bonding (BAB), (with Kyra Frederiks, Paula Sterkenburg, Yizhar Lavner, Rami Cohen, Willem Verbeke and Hans Ijzerman),psyarxiv, October 2018.

  • Baby cry detection in domestic environment using deep learning (with Yizhar Lavner, Rami Cohen, Hans Ijzerman), Proceedings of the 2016 IEEE International Conference on the Science of Electrical Engineering (November 2016), DOI 10.1109/ICSEE.2016.7806117, 1-5.

  • Double Carbon-Copy: LAN cross-feature tests with zero added effort (with Artem Malkin), Intel Design & Test Technology Conference, Online Publication #24665 (August 2015).

  • A Multistage Algorithm for Fricative Spotting (with Yizhar Lavner), Proceedings of the XXII Annual Pacific Voice Conference - East (April 2014), 1-5.

  • A Unified Driver Framework for Direct, Random and Real-System LAN Validation, Intel Design & Test Technology Conference DTTC-13, Online Publication #21965 (August 2013).

  • From Validation Tools to Platform Integration Light Peak Software Evolution, Intel Design & Test Technology Conference, DTTC-11, Online Publication #16453 (June 2011).

  • Spectral and Textural Feature-based system for Automatic detection of Fricatives and Affricates (with Niv Dadush and Yizhar Lavner), Proceedings of the IEEE 26th convention of Electrical and Electronics Engineers in Israel (November 2010), 771-775.

  • Post-Si Validation of Chipset-Integrated LAN Controllers in the Rocket Framework, Intel Design & Test Technology Conference, DTTC-09, Online Publication #11672 (August 2009).

  • A Decision-Tree based Algorithm for Speech/Music Classification and Segmentation, (with Yizhar Lavner), Eurasip Journal on Audio, Speech and Music Processing, Vol. 2009, 14 pages, Article ID 239892 (June 2009).

  • Stochastic Models of Pitch Jitter and Amplitude Shimmer for Voice Modification (with Yizhar Lavner), Proceedings of the IEEE 25th convention of Electrical and Electronics Engineers in Israel (December 2008), 489-493

  • Length-based Cryptanalysis: The Case of Thompson's Group (with Adi Shamir and Boaz Tsaban), Journal of Mathematical Cryptology, Vol. 1, Issue 4 (December 2007), 359-372.

  • An Effective Algorithm for Automatic Detection and Exact Demarcation of Breath Sounds in Speech and Song Signals (with Yizhar Lavner), IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech and Language Processing, Vol. 15, No. 3 (March 2007), 838-850.

  • Cryptanalysis of Group-based Key Agreement Protocols Using Subgroup Distance Functions (with Adi Shamir and Boaz Tsaban), Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 4450 (April 2007), 61-75.

  • An Algorithm for Accurate Breath Detection in Speech and Song Signals (with Yizhar Lavner), Proceedings of the IEEE 24th convention of Electrical and Electronics Engineers in Israel (November 2006), 315-319.
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    Honors and Awards
     
    • Hamer Scholarship for M.Sc. studies, awarded by the Israeli Council for Higher Education, on the basis of academic excellence in undergraduate studies in nonuniversity facilities. 2004-2006.

    • Highest Academic Distinction Award for B.Sc. studies (summa cum laude). 2004.

    • Exceptional Tutor Award in the Perach-LESHEM project for coaching learningimpaired students. 2003,2004.