Reuth Mirsky

Research Fellow
Reuth Mirsky is a Postdoctoral fellow at the Computer Science Department in University of Texas at Austin. She did her PhD in the Department of Software and Information Systems Engineering in Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.

Research

Research Interests: 
  • Knowledge-driven methods like parsing, planning and knowledge-based diagnosis.

Select Publications

Mirsky, R. and Stern, R. and Gal, Y. and Kalech, M. 2019. Goal and Plan Recognition Design using Plan Libraries.
Mirsky, R. and Gal, Y. and Stern, R. and Kalech, M. 2019. Sequential Plan Recognition: An Iterative Approach to Disambiguating Hypotheses.
Mirsky, R. and Gal, Y. and Shieber, S. 2017. CRADLE: An Online Plan Recognition Algorithm for Exploratory Domains.
Uzan, O. and Dekel, R. and Seri, Or and Gal, Y. 2015. Plan Recognition and Visualization in Exploratory Learning Environments.
Mirsky, R. and Gal, Y.. 2016. SLIM: A Semi-Lazy Inference Plan Recognition for Plan Recognition.

Awards & Honors

2018 - Israeli Ministry of Science, Technology and Space, Postdoctoal Award for Excelling Women in STEM
2017 - Eric and Wendy Schmidt Foundation, Postdoctoral Award for Women in Mathematical and Computing Sciences
2017 - Israeli Ministry of Science, Technology and Space, Award for Leading Applied Research
2016 - Ben-Gurion University, PhD Award for Research Achievements
2014 - Ben-Gurion University, Pratt Scholarship for Research and Volunteering
2014 - Ben-Gurion University, Masters’ Award for Research Achievements
2014 - Israeli Ministry of Science, Technology and Space, Scholarship for Advancing Women in Science
2013 - Ben-Gurion University, , Extraordinary Teaching Assistant Award
2011 - Israel Luta Livre (Mixed Martial Arts) Academy, National Champion in Luta Livre
2006 - Israeli Defense Forces, Colonel’s Award for Outstanding Soldiers