Ivelisse Rubio Canabal

Office: A144-C
Extension: 7245
Website: http://ccom.uprrp.edu/~labemmy/
Email: iverubio@gmail.com

  • Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics. Cornell University (1998)
  • M.Sc. in Mathematics. UPR, Rio Piedras (1988)
  • B.Sc. in Mathematics. UPR, Rio Piedras (1984)

Research Areas

Finite Fields, Error Control Codes, Number Theory.


Publications

    Books

    • Francis Castro, Ivelisse Rubio Canabal (2013) Diagonal Equations (book section in Handbook of Finite Fields). CRC Press
    • I. Rubio, P. Pennance (1992) Laboratorios de Precalculo Utilizando DERIVE. WCB Publisher International, Inc.

    Articles

      Published
      • F. Castro, I. Rubio (2015). Exact p–Divisibility of Exponential Sums via the Covering Method. Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, 143, 1043-1056
      • F. Castro, I. Rubio (2014). Construction of systems of polynomial equations with exact p–divisibility via the covering method. Journal of Algebra and its Applications, 13, 6, 1450013-1-15
      • R. Arce-Nazario, F. Castro, J. Cordova, K. Hicks, G. Mullen, I. Rubio (2014). Some Computational Results Concerning the Spectrum of Sets of Latin Squares. Quasigroups and related systems, 22, 159-164
      • F. Castro, G. Mullen, I. Rubio (2012). Some Enumerational Results Relating the Numbers of Latin and Frequency Squares of order n. Quasigroups and Related Systems, 20, 1
      • Francis Castro, Luis Medina, Ivelisse Rubio Canabal (2011). Exact Divisibility of Exponential Sums over the Binary Field via the Covering Method. Contemporary Mathematics, 537, 129-136
      • I. Rubio, F. Castro (2010). Solvability of Systems of Polynomial Equations with Some Prescribed Monomials. Contemporary Mathematics, 518, 73-81
      • F. Castro, H.F. Mattson, O. Moreno, H. Randriam, I. Rubio (2010). Divisibility of Exponential Sums via Elementary Methods . Journal of Number Theory, 130, 1520-1536
      • I. Rubio, G. Mullen, C. Corrada and F. Castro (2008). Dickson permutation polynomials that decompose in cycles of the same length. AMS Contemporary Math, 461, 229-239
      • F. Castro, I. Rubio, P. Guan, R. Figueroa (2008). On systems of linear and diagonal equation of degree pi + 1 over finite fields of characteristic p. Finite Fields Appl., 14, 648-657
      • F. Castro, I. Rubio, J. Vega (2007). Divisibility of Exponential Sums and Solvability of Certain Equations Over Finite FIelds. Quarterly Journal of Mathematics, 1-13
      • F. Castro, I. Rubio, H. Randriam, O. Moreno, H.F. Mattson, Jr. (2006). An Elementary Approach to Ax-Katz,. IEEE, ISIT
      • I. Rubio and C. Corrada Bravo (2004). Cyclic decomposition of permutations of finite fields obtained using monomials. Finite Fields and Applications, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2948, 254 - 261
      • C. Corrada-Bravo and I. Rubio (2004). Algebraic Construction of Interleavers Using Permutation Polynomials. Proceedings of the 2004 IEEE International Conference on Communications, 911-915
      • C. J. Corrada Bravo and I. Rubio (2003). Deterministic interleavers for turbo codes with random-like performance and simple implementation. 3rd International Symposium on TurboCodes
      • H. Medina, I. Rubio (1999). The Summer Institute in Mathematics for Undergraduates (SIMU): Aiming to In–. Council of Undergraduate Research Quarterly
      • I. Rubio, M. Sweedler, C. Heegard (1997). Groebner Bases for Linear Recursion Relations on m-D Arrays and Applications to Decoding. Proceedings of the IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory
      • K. Saints, I. Rubio, C. Heegard (1994). Decoding Algebraic-Geometric Codes Using Groebner Bases. Proceedings of the IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory
      • O. Moreno, I. Rubio (1990). Cyclic Decomposition of Monomial Permutations. Congressus Numerantium, 147-158
      • I.J. Dejter, I. Rubio (1989). Monomial Permutations with Uniform Cycle Decomposition. Congressus Numerantium , 245-252
      Submitted
      • Francis Castro, Heeralal Janwa, Gary L. Mullen, Ivelisse Rubio Canabal. E–Perfect Codes
      • Francis Castro, Luis Medina, Ivelisse Rubio Canabal. Exact 2–Divisibility of Exponential Sums of Boolean Functions and Applications
      • Domingo Gomez, Oscar Moreno, Tom Hoholdt, Ivelisse Rubio Canabal. Linear Complexity for Multidimensional Arrays – a Numerical Invariant


Professional Activities

    Awards and Recognitions

    • One of the best papers published in the JAA, Journal of Algebra and its Applications (2014)
    • Member of the Editorial Board of the American Mathematical Monthly, Mathematical Association of America (2012)
    • The Situation of Women and Minorities in Mathematics: A Civil Rights Issue, Marjorie Lee Browne Colloquium, University of Michigan (2011)
    • Gauss Research Foundation Award, Seminario Interuniversitario de Investigacion Matematica (SIDIM) (2011)
    • Dr. Etta Z. Falconer Award for Mentoring and Commitment to Diversity, Infinite Possibilities Conference (IPC) (2010)
    • US National Committe for Mathematics, US National Academies (2010)
    • Mathematics Programs that Make a Difference, American Mathematical Society (2006)
    • SACNAS Presidential Service Award (first time this award was given) for developing & leading the SACNAS Mathematics Program, SACNAS Conference (2006)

    Talks

    • Turbo Encoders with Interleavers Constructed Using Dickson Polynomials, Aerospace Conference, UPR–RP (2009)
    • New computational Solutions for Latin Square n=6 Orthogonality, UPR-RP (2009)
    • Latin and Frequency Squares, MSRI-UP, Berkeley, CA (2009)
    • Solvability of Sysytems of Polynomial Equations with Some Prescribed Monomials, Int. Conf. on Finite Fields and Applications, Dublin, Ireland (2009)
    • Solvability of Polynomial Equations Over Finite Fields, SACNAS Conference, Dallas, TX (2009)
    • The Mathematical Sciences Research Institute Undergraduate Program, SIDIM (2008)
    • Solvability of Systems of Two Diagonal Equations of Finite Fields, SIDIM (2008)
    • Dickson permutation polynomials that decompose in cycles of the same length, Finite Fields and Applications (Fq8), Melbourne, Australia (2007)
    • An Elementary Approach to Ax–Katz, McEliece's Divisibility and Applications to Quasi–Perfect Binary 2–Error Correcting Codes, IEEE, 2006 ISIT, Seattle, Washington (2006)
    • Algebraic Construction of Interleavers Using Permutation Monomials, 2004 IEEE International Conference on Communications, Paris, France (2004)
    • Cyclic Decomposition of Permutations of Finite Fields Obtained Using Mono- mials and Applications to Turbo Codes, Finite Fields and Applications (Fq7), Toulouse, France (2003)
    • Deterministic Interleavers for Turbo Codes with Random-like Performance and Simple Implementation, 3rd International Symposium on Turbo Codes, Brest, France (2003)

    Workshops Given

    • Assessment in the UPR–RP Computer Science Dept, UPR–RP (2009)

    Synergistic Activities

    • Director of the research of over 25 undergraduate mathematics and computer science students over the last 15 years. Many of the results of these students have been presented and reported in undergraduate journals. Some of the students have won awards for their work at the national (USA) level.
    • Co–PI and Co–Director, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute Undergraduate Program (MSRI–UP), Berkeley, 2007–present.
    • Member, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) Human Resources Advisory Committee, 2007– 2012.
    • Member, Organizing Committee of the workshop Promoting Diversity at the Gradate Level in Math: a National Forum, MSRI, Berkeley, CA, Oct 14–17, 2008.
    • Co–Organizer, several of the mathematics activities of the SACNAS Conference. Wrote grants, organized minicourses, plenary talks, mathematics sessions, workshops on career and development opportunities in mathematics. 2003–2013.
    • Liason UPR–Río Piedras – PR–LSAMP, 2008–2011.
    • Member, Organizing Committee of the Promoting Undergraduate Research in Mathematics Conference, Chicago, Sept., 2006
    • PI and Co–Director, REU–Summer Institute in Mathematics for Undergraduates (SIMU), 1998–2002.
    • Referee, Finite Fields and Applications; IEEE Transactions on Information Theory; 2007 IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference.
    • Co–Organizer of the MSRI–SACNAS Workshop on Modern Mathematics (2006–present).
    • Member of the Program Committee of the 2003–2006 SACNAS Conferences.
    • Member of the Advisory Committee of the "Applied Mathematical Sciences Summer Institute (AMSSI)" at Cal Poly Pomona University, 2005–2007.
    • Invited Faculty Member, Summer Program for Women in Mathematics at The George Washington University; July 2003 and July 2004.
    • Co P.I. and Co–Director of the CSEMS program Humacao Research Scholarships: Increasing Student Achievement in Computational Mathematics (HRS); 2002–2005.
    • Panelist, NSF–Course, Curriculum and Laboratory Improvement Program; July 2001;
    • Panelist, NSF–Computer Science, Engineering and Mathematics Scholarships Program; April, 2002–2003;
    • Panelist, NSF–NATO Postdoctoral Fellowships; February, 2000.
    • Panelist of NSF–TUES, July, 2010
    • Member, US National Committee for Mathematics, National Research Council, National Academies, 2010–2013
    • Workshop, Balancing Life and Graduate School, PROMISE Success Institute, University of Maryland Baltimore County (August, 2009)
    • Workshop on Careers Using Mathematics, Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics (January, 2009)
    • Panel, Random Bits of Advice, Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics (January, 2009)
    • Workshop, Being A Woman Mathematician From An Underrepresented Minority Group, Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics (January, 2009)
    • Member, Advisory Board for The EDGE Program at Bryn Mawr College and Spelman College, 2008–present
    • Co–Organizer, Finite Fields and their Applications, Special Session at the 2013 Mathematical Congress of the Americas, Guanajuato, Mexico.
    • Member, SACNAS’ Board Nomination Committee, 2013–2014.
    • Member of the Editorial Board of (In)(Genios) an undergraduate research digital journal of the UPR–Río Piedras.
    • Member of the Association of Women in Mathematics (AWM)/NSF Travel Grant Selection Committee 2014–15.
    • AMS Representative to the AMS–MAA–SIAM Joint Committee on Employment Opportunities, 2012–2015.
    • Member of the Editorial Board of the American Mathematical Monthly (2012–2016)
    • Member, US National Committee for Mathematics, National Research Council, National Academies, 2010–2016.


Grants

    Submitted

    • Using the Covering Method to Compute p-Divisibility of Exponential Sums of Polynomial Deformations, NSA
      Role: PI (Principal Investigator)
      Funds: $148,501

    Current

    • Scholarship fund for excellence in Computer Science and Mathematics, NSF
      Role: Co-PI (Co-Principal Investigator)
      Start date: September 1, 2014 | End date: August 1, 2017
      Funds: $630,217
    • Mathematical Sciences Research Institute Undergraduate Program (MSRI-UP, NSA
      Role: Co-PI (Co-Principal Investigator)
      Start date: May 1, 2013 | End date: May 1, 2015
      Funds: $294,194
    • Development of engaging and readily transferable laboratory experiences for the introductory programming course, NSF
      Role: Co-PI (Co-Principal Investigator)
      Start date: September 15, 2013 | End date: September 14, 2013
      Funds: $193,997

    Completed

    • Center for Undergradaute Research in Mathematics, NSF
      Role: PI (Principal Investigator)
      Start date: June 1, 2013 | End date: December 31, 1969
      Funds: $25,800
    • Undergraduate Research in Mathematics as a Strategy to Increase Academic Achievement and Promote Students to Higher Education in Mathematics, NSA
      Role: PI (Principal Investigator)
      Start date: April 1, 2005 | End date: April 1, 2008
      Funds: $450,044
    • Summer Institute in Mathematics for Undergraduates-1998-2002, UPR
      Role: PI (Principal Investigator)
      Start date: April 1, 1998 | End date: April 1, 2003
      Funds: $160,000
    • REU-Summer Institute in Mathematics for Undergraduates-1998-2002, NSF
      Role: PI (Principal Investigator)
      Start date: April 1, 1999 | End date: April 1, 2003
      Funds: $407,000
    • Summer Institute in Mathematics for Undergraduates-1998-2002, NSA
      Role: PI (Principal Investigator)
      Start date: April 1, 1998 | End date: April 1, 2003
      Funds: $560,000
    • Humacao Research Scholarships: Increasing Student Achievement in Computational Mathemat-, NSF
      Role: PI (Principal Investigator)
      Start date: April 1, 2002 | End date: April 1, 2005
      Funds: $340,277
    • Mathematics Mini-courses for Students at the 2003 and 2004 SACNAS Conferences, NSF
      Role: PI (Principal Investigator)
      Start date: April 1, 2003 | End date: April 1, 2005
      Funds: $29,531
    • Enhancement of the Mathematics Component of the 2003-2006 SACNAS Conferences, NSA
      Role: PI (Principal Investigator)
      Start date: April 1, 2003 | End date: April 1, 2006
      Funds: $215,000
    • MSRI Modern Mathematics Workshop, NSA
      Role: PI (Principal Investigator)
      Start date: April 1, 2004 | End date: April 1, 2009
      Funds: $125,000
    • Mathematical Sciences Research Institute Undergraduate Program (MSRI-UP), NSA
      Role: PI (Principal Investigator)
      Start date: April 1, 2007 | End date: April 1, 2009
      Funds: $400,000
    • Applications of Permutation Monomials to Turbo Codes., Puerto Rico Space Grant Consortium
      Role: PI (Principal Investigator)
      Start date: September 1, 2002 | End date: August 31, 2003
      Funds: $50,000