Tanu Malik

Associate Professor // Databases, High Performance and Scientific Computing, Systems Development
School of Computing
Tanu Malik

Bio and Research Information

Tanu Malik is an Associate Professor at the School of Computing. She directs the DICE Lab at DePaul (https://dice.cs.depaul.edu). She is part of the DePaul Center for Data Science and the Data Systems and Optimization lab. Her research interests span scientific data management, and include topics such as data provenance management, data virtualization techniques for reproducible science, caching, optimization and approximations in large data. Tanu has actively collaborated with astronomers, geoscientists, and urban scientists across several institutions. Her research is funded by the National Science Foundation, the Department of Energy, and the Sloan Foundation. She has a doctorate from the Johns Hopkins University, and a bachelors from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur.

Research Area

Databases, High Performance and Scientific Computing, Systems Development

Specific Research Area

Big data systems for sciences, data provenance, and reproducibility. See more at: https://dice.cs.depaul.edu

Professional Associations

IEEE, ACM, SIGMOD

Schedule for Fall 2022-2023

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