Wang-Chiew Tan is a Singaporean computer scientist specializing in natural language processing and data management, including data lineage. She is Director of Research at Megagon Labs in Mountain View, California.
Education and career
Tan earned a bachelor's degree in computer science at the National University of Singapore, and completed her Ph.D. at the University of Pennsylvania. Her 2002 dissertation, Data Annotations, Provenance, and Archiving, was jointly supervised by Peter Buneman and Sanjeev Khanna.
Before working at Megagon, she has been a professor of computer science at the University of California, Santa Cruz beginning in 2003, and, from 2010 to 2012, was on leave from Santa Cruz as a researcher at IBM Research - Almaden.
- Wang-Chiew Tan, Director of Research, Megagon Labs, retrieved 2018-10-16
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