Rubin can refer to the following people:

  • Alan Rubin
    Alan Rubin
    Alan Rubin , also known as Mr. Fabulous, was an American musician. He played trumpet, flugelhorn, and piccolo trumpet....

    , American musician
  • Andrejs Rubins
    Andrejs Rubins
    Andrejs Rubins is a football midfielder from Latvia. He currently plays for FK Simurq Zaqatala in Azerbaijan. He also plays for the Latvia national team.-Club career:...

  • Arthur Rubin
    Arthur Rubin
    Arthur Leonard Rubin is an American mathematician.-Biography:As an undergraduate he placed among the top five competitors in the William Lowell Putnam Competition on four occasions , a feat matched by only six other undergraduate students since the first competition in 1938...

     (b. 1956), American mathematician
  • Avi Rubin
    Avi Rubin
    Aviel David Rubin a graduate of the University of Michigan and Professor of Computer Science at Johns Hopkins University, Technical Director of the Information Security Institute at Johns Hopkins, Director of ACCURATE, President and co-founder of and an expert in systems and networking security...

    , Expert on electronic voting
    Electronic voting
    Electronic voting is a term encompassing several different types of voting, embracing both electronic means of casting a vote and electronic means of counting votes....

  • Benjamin Rubin (b. 1988), American poet and constant inspiration to some.
  • Chanda Rubin
    Chanda Rubin
    Chanda Rubin is an American tennis player. Winning seven WTA Tour singles titles, she reached her highest ranking World No. 6 on April 8, 1996, after reaching semifinals at the 1996 Australian Open. Rubin is also former World No...

     (b. 1976), American tennis player
  • Daphne Rubin-Vega
    Daphne Rubin-Vega
    Daphne Rubin-Vega is a dancer, singer, and actress. She is best known for originating the role of Mimi Marquez in the Broadway musical Rent, and the role of Lucy, in the Off-Broadway play Jack Goes Boating.-Biography:Rubin-Vega was born in Panama City, Panama, the daughter of Daphine Vega, a...

     (b. 1969), American dance music singer and actress
  • Donald Rubin
    Donald Rubin
    Donald Bruce Rubin is the John L. Loeb Professor of Statistics at Harvard University. He was hired by Harvard in 1984, and served as chair of the department from 1985-1994....

    , Professor of Statistics
  • Eduard Rubin
    Eduard Rubin
    Lieutenant Colonel Eduard Rubin was a Swiss firearm designer who is most notable for inventing the full metal jacket bullet in 1882. His most famous cartridge was the 7.5x55mm Swiss. He served as director of the Swiss Federal Ammunition Factory and Research Center in Thun.-References:...

    , Swiss Army, Inventor of the first jacketed rifle bullets (1882) and co-inventor of the Schmidt-Rubin
    The Schmidt-Rubin rifles were a series of Swiss Army service rifles in use between 1889 and 1953. They are distinguished by the straight-pull bolt action invented by Rudolf Schmidt and use Eduard Rubin's 7.5x55mm rifle cartridge.-Schmidt-Rubin 1889:...

  • Edgar John Rubin (1886–1951)
  • Gayle Rubin
    Gayle Rubin
    Gayle S. Rubin is a cultural anthropologist best known as an activist and influential theorist of sex and gender politics. She has written on a range of subjects including feminism, sadomasochism, prostitution, pedophilia, pornography and lesbian literature, as well as anthropological studies and...

  • Gennaro Rubino
    Gennaro Rubino
    Gennaro Rubino was an Italian anarchist who unsuccessfully tried to assassinate King Leopold II of Belgium.-Early life:Rubino was born in Bitonto, during the period of Italian unification...

  • Gerald M. Rubin
    Gerald M. Rubin
    Gerald M. Rubin is an American biologist, notable for pioneering the use of transposable P elements in genetics, and for leading the public project to sequence the Drosophila melanogaster genome. Related to his genomics work, Rubin's lab is notable for development of genomics tools and...

    , American geneticist
  • Harold Rubin
    Harold Rubin
    Harold Rubin is a South African-born Israeli visual artist and free jazz clarinettist.-Biography:Harold Rubin was born in Johannesburg, South Africa on 13 May 1932. He attended the Jeppe High School for Boys and received private instruction in the fine arts...

    , South African and Israeli artist and jazz clarinettist
  • Ian Rubin
    Ian Rubin
    Ian Rubin is an Australian former rugby league footballer of the 1990s. He played the majority of his professional career for both the Sydney clubs in the National Rugby League the Sydney Roosters and the South Sydney Rabbitohs...

    , Ukraine-born Australian rugby league footballer
  • Idan Rubin
    Idan Rubin
    Idan Rubin is an Israeli footballer formerly playing for Dunaújváros FC. He is the first Israeli to play in Hungary.-References:Best Ever...

    , Israeli football (soccer) player
  • Irv Rubin
    Irv Rubin
    Irving D. Rubin was chairman of the Jewish Defense League from 1985 to 2002. He allegedly committed suicide in jail when awaiting trial on charges of conspiracy to bomb private and government property....

     (1946–2002), Canadian-born Kahanist
    Kahanism is loosely defined as an nationalist ideology of dedication and self-sacrifice for Jewish causes, such as physical and spiritual freedom and safety of Jews in Israel and worldwide. The term is derived from the name of the late Rabbi Meir Kahane , founder of the Jewish Defense League in USA...

  • Isaak Illich Rubin
    Isaak Illich Rubin
    Isaak Illich Rubin was a Russian economist and is considered to be the most important theorist of his time on the field of Marx's theory of value. His main work Essays on Marx's Theory of Value was published in 1924. During the course of the Great Purge he was executed in 1937.-Main Works:* Rubin,...

     (1886–1937), Russian economist and Marxist theorist.
  • James Rubin
    James Rubin
    James Philip "Jamie" Rubin is a former diplomat and journalist. He is currently an executive editor at Bloomberg News. Having served in the State Department during the administration of President Bill Clinton, he became a Sky News television news journalist and commentator...

     (b. 1960), U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs, 1997–2000
  • James H. Rubin
    James H. Rubin
    James Henry Rubin is an art historian specializing in the history, theory and criticism of nineteenth-century European art, especially that of France. He teaches at Stony Brook, the State University of New York, at both the graduate and undergraduate level. His interests are interdisciplinary, with...

     Art historian, New York City
  • Jay Rubin
    Jay Rubin
    Jay Rubin is an American academic and translator. He is most notable for being one of the main translators into English of the works of the Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami. He has also written a guide to Japanese, Making Sense of Japanese , and a biographical literary analysis of Murakami.He has...

  • Jennifer Rubin (actress), American actress
  • Jennifer Rubin (journalist)
    Jennifer Rubin (journalist)
    Jennifer Rubin is an American columnist and a blogger for the Washington Post. Previously she worked at Commentary Magazine, the Pajamas Media, Human Events, and the Weekly Standard...

    , a blogger at the Washington Post
  • Jerry Rubin
    Jerry Rubin
    Jerry Rubin was an American social activist during the 1960s and 1970s. During the 1980s, he became a successful businessman.-Early life:...

    , American political activist
  • Karl Rubin
    Karl Rubin
    Karl Rubin is an American mathematician at University of California, Irvine as Thorp Professor of Mathematics. His research interest is in elliptic curves. He was the first mathematician to show that some elliptic curves over the rationals have finite Tate-Shafarevich groups...

    , American mathematician
  • Marcel Rubin
    Marcel Rubin
    Marcel Rubin was an Austrian composer.Born in Vienna where he eventually studied with Franz Schmidt, he later emigrated to Paris where he pursued further studies with Darius Milhaud. After living in Mexico City for a while, he returned to Vienna after the end of World War II.Among other works he...

    , composer
  • Michael Rubin, American scholar and commentator on Middle Eastern history and politics
  • Miri Rubin
    Miri Rubin
    Miri Rubin is a medieval historian who is Professor of Early Modern History at Queen Mary, University of London. She was educated at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the University of Cambridge, where she gained her doctorate....

    , British medievalist
  • Reuven Rubin
    Reuven Rubin
    Reuven Rubin was a Romanian-born Israeli painter and Israel's first ambassador to Romania.-Biography:Rubin Zelicovici was born in Galaţi to a poor Romanian Jewish Hasidic family. He was the eighth of 13 children. In 1912, he left for Ottoman-ruled Palestine to study art at Bezalel Academy of Art...

     (1893–1974), Israeli painter
  • Rick Rubin
    Rick Rubin
    Frederick Jay "Rick" Rubin is an American record producer and the co-president of Columbia Records. Along with Russell Simmons, Rubin was the co-founder of Def Jam Records and also established American Recordings...

    , American record producer and record label owner
  • Robert Rubin
    Robert Rubin
    Robert Edward Rubin served as the 70th United States Secretary of the Treasury during both the first and second Clinton administrations. Before his government service, he spent 26 years at Goldman Sachs eventually serving as a member of the Board, and Co-Chairman from 1990-1992...

     (b. 1938), U.S. Treasury Secretary
    United States Secretary of the Treasury
    The Secretary of the Treasury of the United States is the head of the United States Department of the Treasury, which is concerned with financial and monetary matters, and, until 2003, also with some issues of national security and defense. This position in the Federal Government of the United...

    , 1995–1999
  • Samuel Rubin "Sam the Popcorn Man" (1918–2004), American entrepreneur credited with the mass introduction of popcorn machines to cinemas
  • Theodore Isaac Rubin
    Theodore Isaac Rubin
    Theodore Isaac Rubin is an American psychiatrist and author.-Life and career:He lives in New York City. Rubin is a past president of the American Institute for Psychoanalysis and the Karen Horney Institute for Psychoanalysis...

     (b. 1923), American psychiatrist and author
  • Tibor Rubin
    Tibor Rubin
    Tibor "Ted" Rubin is a Hungarian-born Holocaust survivor who emigrated to the United States in 1948 and received the Medal of Honor for his actions in the Korean War by President George W. Bush on September 23, 2005...

  • Vera Rubin
    Vera Rubin
    Vera Rubin is an American astronomer who pioneered work on galaxy rotation rates. She is famous for uncovering the discrepancy between the predicted angular motion of galaxies and the observed motion, by studying galactic rotation curves...

     (b. 1928), American astronomer
  • Yoram Rubin

Given names
  • Rubin Carter
    Rubin Carter
    Rubin "Hurricane" Carter fought professionally as a middleweight boxer from 1961 to 1966. In 1966, he was arrested for a triple homicide in the Lafayette Bar and Grill in Paterson, New Jersey...

    , nicknamed The Hurricane, boxer who was imprisoned and later absolved.
  • Rubin Goldmark
    Rubin Goldmark
    Rubin Goldmark was an American composer, pianist, and educator. Although in his time he was an often performed American nationalist composer, his works are seldom played – instead he is known as the teacher of Aaron Copland and George Gershwin...

  • Rubin Kantorovich


  • Rubin Design Bureau
    Rubin Design Bureau
    Rubin Central Design Bureau for Marine Engineering in Saint Petersburg is one of the main Russian centers of submarine design, having designed more than two-thirds of all nuclear submarines in the Russian Navy...

  • FC Rubin Kazan
    FC Rubin Kazan
    FC Rubin Kazan is a Russian association football club based in the city of Kazan . Rubin won the Russian Premier League championship in 2008 and 2009.-History:...

    , a Russia
    Russia or , officially known as both Russia and the Russian Federation , is a country in northern Eurasia. It is a federal semi-presidential republic, comprising 83 federal subjects...

    n football
    Football (soccer)
    Association football, more commonly known as football or soccer, is a sport played between two teams of eleven players with a spherical ball...

     club, based in the city of Kazan
    Kazan is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Tatarstan, Russia. With a population of 1,143,546 , it is the eighth most populous city in Russia. Kazan lies at the confluence of the Volga and Kazanka Rivers in European Russia. In April 2009, the Russian Patent Office granted Kazan the...

    The Republic of Tatarstan is a federal subject of Russia located in the Volga Federal District. Its capital is the city of Kazan, which is one of Russia's largest and most prosperous cities. The republic borders with Kirov, Ulyanovsk, Samara, and Orenburg Oblasts, and with the Mari El, Udmurt,...

  • Schmidt-Rubin M1911
  • Benedict-Webb-Rubin equation
    Benedict-Webb-Rubin equation
    The Benedict–Webb–Rubin equation , named after M. Benedict, G. B. Webb, and L. C. Rubin, is an equation of state used in fluid dynamics.-The original BWR equation:...

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