Google Research

Natasha Noy


I am a research scientist at Google Research where I work on making structured data on the Web, in all its different forms, more accessible and useful. Our team has developed Google Dataset Search, which enables users to find datasets stored across the Web.

Prior to joining Google, I worked in the Protege group at Stanford Center for Biomedical Informatics Research. Our team developed an ontology-editing and management platform that is used by hundreds of thousands of users. While at Stanford, I worked in areas of semantic web, ontology development and alignment, and collaborative ontology engineering.

I studied Applied Math in Moscow State University, received my MS in Computer Science from Boston University, and PhD from Northeastern University. For a list of my pre-Google publications, please see my profile on Google Scholar.

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