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Insurance company executive

Hanan Rubin was American insurance company executive. Achievements include publication of solution to long-standing problem in mathematical theory of ocean waves; research in aerospace technology, artificial intelligence, atomic energy, controlled nuclear fusion, electronic funds transfer, information theory, management science and telecommunication systems. Rockefeller fellow New York University, 1948.

Background

Rubin, Hanan was born on March 9, 1927 in New York City. Son of Hyman and Esta (Greenberg) Rubin.

Education

AB magna cum laude, New York University, 1948. Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics, New York University, 1953.

Career

Teaching assistant mathematics, New York University, 1946-1948;instructor mathematics, assistant research scientist Courant Institute Mathematics Sciences, New York University, 1948-1951;instructor mathematics, associate research scientist, New York University, 1951-1953;assistant professor mathematics, research scientist, New York University, 1954-1958;instructor Bell Telephone laboratories, New York University, 1954-1956;staff mathematician, consultant, International Business Machines Corporation, 1958-1959;consultant analytical services department, International Business Machines Corporation, 1959-1960;assistant manager, International Business Machines Corporation, 1960;manager, International Business Machines Corporation, 1960-1962;head computer group, senior supervisory scientist, TRG, 1962-1964;technical assistant to president, General Applied Science laboratories, 1964-1967;corporation staff member, director education & training, Computer Applications Inc., 1967-1969;executive assistant, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, 1972-1975;assistant vice president, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, 1975-1977;vice president, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, 1977-1991. Visiting assistant professor mathematics U. Tennessee, 1953-1954. Consultant Union Carbide Nuc.

Company, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, 1953-1966. Visiting mathematician Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, New York, 1957. Co-chair Stony Brook Conference Advances Computing State University of New York, 1966.

Member bi-county task force committee computer applications medicine Nassau Heart Association, Mineola, New York, 1971-1972. Chair ad hoc EFT committee Life Office Management Association, 1978.

Achievements

  • Achievements include publication of solution to long-standing problem in mathematical theory of ocean waves. Research in aerospace technology, artificial intelligence, atomic energy, controlled nuclear fusion, electronic funds transfer, information theory, management science and telecommunication systems.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor numerous articles to professional journals.

Membership

Board directors South Nassau Communities Hospital, Oceanside, 1980-2002, director emeritus, since 2002, treasurer board directors, 1985-1989, 1st vice president board directors, 1989-1990. Board directors Winthrop South Nassau University Health Systems, Mineola, Oceanside, 1996-2001. With United States Navy, 1945-1946.

Member Phi Beta Kappa, Tau Kappa Alpha, Sigma Xi.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: computing, golf, music.

Connections

Married Mona Klein, June 29, 1958. Children: Eric Stuart, Karen Jill Rubin Dauber, Wendy Risa Rubin Axelrod.

father:
Hyman Rubin

mother:
Esta (Greenberg) Rubin

spouse:
Mona Klein

children:
Eric Stuart Rubin

Karen Jill Rubin Dauber Rubin

Wendy Risa Rubin Axelrod Rubin