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Oriel Uzan is a master’s student in the Department of Information Systems Engineering at Ben-Gurion University. He
completed his BSc in engineering at Ben-Gurion University
in 2011. His research interests include plan recognition and
visualisation in exploratory learning environments.
Reuth Dekel is a master’s student in the Department of
Information Systems Engineering at Ben-Gurion University.
She completed her BSc in computer science at Ben-Gurion
University in 2012. Her thesis focuses on novel algorithms
for online plan recognition.
Or Seri is a graduate student at the Department of Brain and
Cognitive Science at Ben-Gurion University. She completed
her BSc in math, computer science, and political science at
Bar-Ilan University in 2004. Her thesis focuses on visualizing expert solutions to students in e-learning.
Ya’akov (Kobi) Gal leads the human-computer decision-making research group in the Department of Information
Systems Engineering at Ben-Gurion University. He received
his PhD from Harvard University in 2006. He is a recipient
of the Wolf foundation’s 2014 Krill prize for young Israeli
scientists, a Marie Curie International fellowship for 2010,
a two-time recipient of Harvard University’s Derek Bok
award for excellence in teaching, as well as the School of
Engineering and Applied Science’s outstanding teacher
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