Sheila McIlraith is a Research Scientist in the Knowledge Systems Lab (KSL), Department of Computer Science, Stanford University. Dr. McIlraith received her Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Toronto in 1997 (with Ray Reiter ). Prior to joining Stanford, she spent one year as a postdoctoral fellow jointly at Xerox PARC and Stanford University. Dr. McIlraith's research is in AI knowledge representation and reasoning. Her current research spans three areas:

Sheila McIlraith has 10 years of industrial R&D experience developing artificial intelligence applications, predominantly in the oil and gas sector. She has published over 40 refereed papers in the areas of knowledge representation, diagnosis, and related fields. Dr. McIlraith is co-chair of the Third International Cognitive Robotics Workshop, and is past co-chair of the Twelfth International Workshop on Principles of Diagnosis, and the 1999 AAAI Spring Symposium on Hybrid Systems and AI. Dr. McIlraith is technical lead on KSL's DAML project on DAML-enabled Web Services, KSL's NASA-funded Hybrid Diagnosis project, and co-lead on KSL-FRG's RKF project on Partition-Based Logical Reasoning. She is an active member of program committees.

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